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Module 1: Diagnosis and Treatment in Holokinetic Psychology

  • Mental exam and clinical history.
  • Assessment of the patient.
  • Basic and up-to-date psychiatric terminology.
  • Five-axis diagnosis.
                 o   Axis I – Psychiatric Disorders.
                 o   Axis II - Personality disorders and mental retardation.
                 o   Axis III – General medical conditions.
                 o   Axis IV - Psychosocial and environmental problems.
                 o   Axis V - Global assessment of functioning.
  • Diagnoses which don't benefit from Unitary Perception:
                o   Unipolar and bipolar depression.
                o   Attention deficit and hyperactivity.
                o   Schizophrenia.
                o   Mental retardation.
                o   Antisocial personality.
  • Stress.
  • Intelligence Quotient.
  • Notions of the old paradigm in psychology.
               o   Differences with the new paradigm.
               o   Freud’s unconscious defenses and adaptation mechanisms.
               o   Thirty two psychological approaches and psychotherapeutic techniques.
  • Basic medical updates.
  • Introduction to Unitary Perception.

Module 2: Scientific Explanation of Holokinetic Psychology

  • New notions of time, mind and memory.
  • The ABC language of Holokinetic Psychology.
              o   Three mind precincts.
              o   Explanatory analogies.
              o   META process.
              o   Bernheim's experiment on hypnosis.
              o   Insight and intelligence.
              o   Avoided language in Holokinetic Psychology.
  • Holokinesis (the movement paradox).
              o   Definition.
              o   The hologram as an analogy.
              o   EPR experiment (Einstein, Podolsky and Rosen).
              o   McDougall, Agar and Crew’s experiments (Wistar rats).
              o   Bell’s theorem.
              o   Group mind.
              o   A new and more complete conception of time.
              o   The two orders (explicit and implicit).
  • Holographic model of memory.
  • Dogmatic premises which limit science.
  • Basis for Holokinetic Epistemology.
  • Study of dreaming–sleeping- and its relation with mental precincts.
  • Non-accumulative learning.
  • Socio-entropy.

Module 3: History and language in the new paradigm in Psychology

  • Social structures in 21st Century.
  • Main world views.
  • Consilience.
  • Time: Absolute, Relative and Irrelevant.
  • Implications of group mind.
  • From Jiddu Krishnamurti and David Bohm’s language to ABC language in Holokinetic Psychology.
  • Evident manifestations of non-functional thought.

Module 4: Exegesis and Unitary Perception

  • Basic notions of exegesis.
  • Basic notions of Christianity and its history.
  • Original meaning of some biblical words.
  • Translation mistakes (distortion of meaning).
  • Study of "Jesus of the Desert" (exegetic narrative essay).
  • Study of "The Book of Ephesus" (comments on The Gospel of John in Greek).
  • Exegesis of The Gospel of John, in the light of Unitary Perception.
  • Exegesis of Lao Tse’s book "Tao Te King".
  • Study of Buddha’s "Sutta Pitaka".
  • Final essay writing.

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