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By Freud, Sigmund; Aziz, Robert; Jung, Jung Carl Gustav

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We can take the following dream series as an example. An analysand dreamed that he visited a martial arts dojo accompanied by a low-functioning boy. Once inside, the boy discovered a vintage guitar, which he began handling. The men who were training at the time in the dojo, the analysand especially noted, were not bothered by the boy doing this. That the men did not stop the boy certainly struck the analysand, even though he wasn’t sure exactly why it had done so. I, for my part, was struck with the fact that the analysand had entered the dojo without apparent intention to compete or train.

That point being, that as much as one may choose to be low functioning, the one thing over which one will have neither choice nor control is exactly how low functioning one will ultimately become. This was the big cautionary flag of the third dream. When the analysand refused for the second time to go up on the elevator, the whole place, it should be recalled, went completely dark, which is to say consciousness was knocked out entirely. There is no neutral position in the journey of the soul. Accordingly, when the opportunity exists to go ahead and one chooses not to do so, to all intents and purposes, one is judged by self-organizing nature to be going backward.

Fifth Principle: The Freudian Paradigm on Human Sexuality The Freudian Paradigm holds that the sexual instinct stands not only in opposition to individual experiences of love and intimacy, but that it constitutes, moreover, an obstacle to the formation and progression of culture itself. According to Freud, therefore, the development of intimate relationship, as well as our progression as a culture, is entirely dependent on the sublimation of the sexual instinct. Fifth Principle of the Syndetic Paradigm In great contrast to the position of the Freudian Paradigm that failed to find its way beyond the pathologic forms of human sexuality, the Syndetic Paradigm holds that the sexual instinct as such is intrinsically moral.

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