• 00:04

    Creating Your Self

    in Motivation

    3 Crucial Steps For Creating The Perfect Life | MP3 and PDF Download


    Go to: www.UltimateLife360.com


    You’ll also be able to watch a short video on how you can reprogram your habits of thinking for happiness and success.


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    Inspiration of the Day


    “People often say that this or that person has not yet found himself.
    But the self is not something one finds,
    it is something one creates.”


     


    Dr. Thomas Szasz
    Psychiatrist and Author


     


    So Now What?


    If you are unhappy, disappointed and frustrated with your life and desperately trying to find a way to change it from the outside you will be destined to stay stuck.


    If you’re waiting for happiness and success to show up at your door then you’re wasting your time. It’s not going to happen.


    If you’re waiting for a life of wonderfulness to descend upon you like a fine mist from Heaven then you’re going to be very disappointed.


    The life you desire and dream of is possible but you are going to have to create it yourself.


    Before your outside world can change you first need to get into the mental and emotional state of the person you want to become.


    How would you think, feel and act if you had the life you really wanted...


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  • 00:30

    Thomas Szasz: Filling in the Details

    in Psychology

    A discussion of some of psychiatrist Thomas Szasz' ideas in detail. How to ask intelligent questions of your shrink.

  • 02:02

    Talk with Tenney: A Conversation with Dr. Seth Farber: Spirtuality, Madness

    in Spirituality

    Seth Farber, PhD Author of: The Spiritual Gift of Madness: The Failure of Psychiatry and the Rise of the Mad Pride Movement (Innedr Traditions, 2012) Foreword by Kate Millett


    “Farber critically considers the role of madness in culture and sees it as a positive force for change rather than a disease needing treatment. At the same time he does not play down the difficulties encountered by those experiencing such ‘initiations,’ but believes we need to cherish them and appreciate their visionary role in a world gone insane.” (Robert Black, New Dawn, January 2013)


    Dr. Seth Farber is a writer, social critic, dissident psychologist (he received his doctorate in 1984),visionary, activist (in the human rights, Green and anti-war movements -- and a supporter of animal rights) and co-founder of the Network Against Coercive Psychiatry (1988). His newest and most important book was just released in May,The Spiritual Gift of Madness:The Failure of Psychiatry and the Rise of the Mad Pride Movement. (The Foreword is written by internationally renowned writer, feminist and human rights advocate Kate Millett, author of Sexual Politics and The Loony Bin Trip.)
    Dr Farber has had four books published previously, including a book on Jewish critics of Israel, and numerous essays and articles. A critic of the mental health system, he has been a guest on many television and radio shows. His first book Madness, Heresy and the Rumor of Angels: The Revolt Against the Mental Health System (Open Court, Chicago, 1993) contained a foreword by Thomas Szasz. The publication of his memoir Lunching with Lunatics: Adventures of a Renegade Psychologist has been postponed until the time is propitious.(See excerpts below right.) Dr Farber is also an editor of the pioneering scholarly review The Journal of Mind and Behavior. He can be reached at seth17279@?aol.com

  • 00:30

    DSM, Psychiatric Pseudoscience, and Dr. Szasz

    in Politics

    Jason discusses the Bible of psychiatry, the DSM, the lack of scientific objectivity in the field of psychiatry, and the work of Dr. Szasz, Dr. Peter Breggin and Paula J. Caplan.

  • 01:00

    A Conversation with Doctor Thomas Szasz, M.D.

    in Psychology

    A discussion with the world famous psychiatric critic and author of "The Myth of Mental Illness" as well as dozens of other important books on psychiatry. We will be joined by psychologist Louis Wynne

  • 03:01

    Eccentric / Gadsen Rising

    in Current Events

    Join our live chat and listen A ground-breaking, unique internet radio station.  Anything and Everything against the New World order
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    Eccentric Perspective It's a red pill, blue pill, going down the rabbit hole kind of show featuring outside the box politics, philosophy, & Gonzo journalism. Covering the current events with Blake "the Eccentric."
    Gadsen Rising Libby Gadsen & Mary Lou Van Houten talk with Jim Bovard, who is the author of 10 books.  He has written for the NY Times, Wall St Journal, Playboy, Washington Post, New Republic, Reader's Digest, & many other publications.  He is a contributing editor for American Conservative magazine & The Freeman & a regular contributor to Freedom Daily magazine.  His book "Lost Rights" received the Free Press Association's Mencken Award as Book of the Year.  His "Terrorism & Tyranny" won the  Lysander Spooner Award for the Best Book on Liberty in 2003.  He received the Thomas Szasz Award for Civil Liberties work, awarded by the Center for Independent Thought, & the Freedom Fund Award from the Firearms Civil Rights Defense Fund of the NRA.  His website is jimbovard.com. 

  • 01:59

    The Spiritual Gift Of Madness With Dr. Seth Farber PhD

    in Spirituality

     
    Dr. Seth Farber is a writer, social critic, dissident psychologist (he received his doctorate in 1984),visionary, activist (in the human rights, Green and anti-war movements -- and a supporter of animal rights) and co-founder of the Network Against Coercive Psychiatry (1988). His newest book will be available soon:The Spiritual Gift of Madness:The Failure of Psychiatry and the Rise of the Mad Pride Movement. (The Foreword is written by internationally renowned writer and feminist,human rights advocate Kate Millett, author of Sexual Politics and The Loony Bin Trip.) He has had four books published previously, including a book on Jewish critics of Israel, and numerous essays and articles. A critic of the mental health system, he has been a guest on many television and radio shows. His first book Madness, Heresy and the Rumor of Angels: The Revolt Against the Mental Health System (Open Court, Chicago, 1993) contained a foreword by Thomas Szasz. The publication of his memoir Lunching with Lunatics: Adventures of a Renegade Psychologist has been postponed indefinitely.(See excerpts below right.) Dr Farber is also an editor of the pioneering scholarly review The Journal of Mind and Behavior.

  • 01:02

    DR. PETER BREGGIN - TOXIC PSYCHIATRY - EMPATHICTHERAPY,

    in Psychology

     
    First, Empathic Therapy is a big tent. Divergent views, cordially expressed and discussed, are welcome. However, the goal of the Center for the Study of Empathic Therapy, Education and Living is to study and to encourage genuine human engagement as the centerpiece of all good helping relationships. If you are only in partial agreement, come along. You will find the participants happy to engage and even to embrace differences of opinion, provided they do not oppress those who seek help.Second, genuine empathy, as well as good science, lead to the conclusion that damaging the brain with drugs, electroshock and lobotomy is simply wrong, and should be actively opposed. Unfortunately, the leadership of the various divergent schools and critiques have rarely if ever dared stand up to organized psychiatry by criticizing the use of these brain-damaging treatments. Jung, Adler, Rogers, and nearly all the existential and humanistic leadership have always taken a "live and let live" approach to the most abusive psychiatric practices. Szasz was the first to clearly and meritoriously criticize involuntary treatment, but he and many of his followers have taken a hands-off attitude toward the actual physical abuses perpetrated by psychiatry.Third, authoritarian viewpoints embedded in psychiatry, and in much of contemporary psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, have no place in empathic therapy. Diagnosing people with pejorative labels elevates the therapist to a superior position while diminishing those who seek help.He has many other points he will discuss.I will use some and apply them to teaching and parenting.

  • Talk with Tenney: A Conversation with Dr. Ron Leifer

    in Current Events

    On March 4, 2015 from 8-10 PM Eastern, join in for an exciting conversation with Dr. Ron Leifer.


    "Ron Leifer, MD, MA, is a psychiatrist with more than fifty years’ experience as a nonmedical, noncoercive psychotherapist. He received his psychiatric training at the Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse, where his mentor was Professor Thomas Szasz, MD. . . . His interest then turned to a synthesis of Western psychology and Buddhist psychology, the result of which was the publication of a triology of books on the subject: The Happiness Project (1996), Vinegar into Honey (2006), and Engagements With The World (2013).  In 2001, Ron Leifer was awarded the “Thomas Szasz Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Cause of Civil Liberties” (Professional Category)"


    for more info about Dr. Leifer:  http://ronleifer.zenfactor.org/index.htm


    To listen in: www.blogtalkradio.com/talkwithtenney  To call in and be a part of the program: (267)521-0167

  • 00:02

    Hair on Fire News Talk Radio/Bruce Ash New Year Predictions

    in Politics

    Thomas Szasz - "Two wrongs don't make a right, but they make a good excuse."


    Brucw Ash from Tucson Arizona and four times Arizona's RNC National Committeeman


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