Best 3 073 of Psychology quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jackie Griffin

Growth happens when you allow yourself to be transformed through the struggle.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Neale Donald Walsch

A Separation Cosmology produces a Separation Psychology, a psychological viewpoint that says that I am over here and you are over there.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Alison Miller

Because the problem of ritual abuse and mind control has not gone away - the survivors are still there - many more therapists have learnt about it. Survivors have spoken out and written their stories, and therapists have learnt a great deal from those brave survivors who have discovered what was done to them. There is a large special interest group on Ritual Abuse and Mind Control within the International Society for the Study of Dissociation. Those therapists who have learnt in isolation or in small private online forums are once again sharing their knowledge widely, and books such as this one are beginning to be published again. The work is still very difficult and challenging, but we now know so much more than we did. We know that there is not one massive Satanic cult, but many different interrelated groups, including religious, military/political, and organized crime, using mind control on children and adult survivors. We know that there are effective treatments. We know that many of the paralyzing beliefs our clients lived by are the results of lies and tricks perpetrated by their abusers. And we know that, as therapists, we can combat this evil with wise and compassionate therapy.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Thomas Reid

It appears evident, therefore, that those actions only can truly be called virtuous, and deserving of moral approbation, which the agent believed to be right, and to which he was influenced, more or less, by that belief.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Richard P. Bentall

There is no clear boundary between mental health and mental illness. Psychological complaints exist on continua with normal behaviours and experiences. Where we draw the line between sanity and madness is a matter of opinion.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Jackie Griffin

You can't take people where their mind isn't able to go.

By Anonym 16 Sep

John Corey Whaley

Dr. Webb says that losing a sibling is oftentimes much harder for a person than losing any other member of the family. "A sibling represents a person's past, present, and future," he says. "Spouses have each other, and even when one eventually dies, they have memories of a time when they existed before that other person and can more readily imagine a life without them. Likewise, parents may have other children to be concerned with--a future to protect for them. To lose a sibling is to lose the one person with whom one shares a lifelong bond that is meant to continue on into the future.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Asa Don Brown

Toxic relationships are like a good pasta that has been overcooked.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Authenticity and respect go to those who stick to their own specific field of work. For example, I am a Biologist and my work is the understanding of human nature - that's where I place all my attention. I know nothing revelatory about modern physics - I know nothing revelatory about mathematics - I know nothing revelatory about architecture - I know nothing revelatory about any field of understanding except for the ones directly related to biology. It doesn't mean that I cannot learn about other fields - I can, but every human has his or her own distinct knack, and mine is understanding humans - understanding how and why they think, what they think - how and why they feel, what they feel - how and why they behave, the way they behave - how and why they perceive, what they perceive.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Jackie Griffin

Make the world a better place by bringing positivity to the space you occupy everyday.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Idries Shah

Humility is a teacher of itself. It is learnt by means of its practise.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Kelly Carlin-mccall

With regard to how I chose Pacifica, my story is interesting. I did not go to Pacifica to specifically become a therapist. I went to Pacifica to study Jungian psychology and archetypes and mythology and there were many different programs there.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Jazalyn

Maybe you have something to say to me.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Karen Pryor

Training is a loop, a two-way communication in which an event at one end of the loop changes events at the other, exactly like a cybernetic feedback system; yet many psychologists treat their work as something they do to a subject, not with the subject.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Alaric Hutchinson

Illusions can and do create PHYSICAL Dis-Ease within our bodies. So it’s most important to master our thoughts, to become cognizant of what we are spending our precious mental energy on each moment of every day.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Robin Sacredfire

People never remember who helped them conquer their dreams. When they truly achieve a lot, they often forget me easily. I’ve noticed the same behavior in both children and adults, and even in family members. And it’s kind of interesting that they forget easily once taking ownership of their newly owned skills. Probably, if they remembered, they wouldn't take them as their own. They would probably not even comprehend them. That's why I believe that, if you wish to change the world, you have to do the opposite, you have to not need it. Because, if you are really good, people will never appreciate you, and you will disappear into a world that merely reflects you better. You will dissolve into the world. The most enlightened individuals are never remembered by history because they have dissolved themselves into the world. There’s no salt in their water, because the salty water has made them vanish from our records. We have neglected them from our history. That’s why a person can't bet egotistical and help others too. One thing has to give in. You either want to be humble and enlighten the world, or you want to be appreciated and reflect the darkness in the world. The most arrogant and admired people have a special kind of ignorance that the ignorant cannot see. The most humble people, have a special kind of wisdom that only the most enlightened or highly diabolical can feel. They make the soldiers of Satan tremble in fear, and the angels of God rejoice in their never-ending uplifting energy. The masses, however, will never know their prophets, not even when they are speaking to one.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ludwig Wittgenstein

What is left over if I subtract the fact that my arms goes up from the fact that I raise my arm?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Richard H. Thaler

As good architects know, seemingly arbitrary decisions, such as where to locate the bathrooms, will have subtle influences on how the people who use the building interact. Every trip to the bathroom creates an opportunity to run into colleagues, for better or for worse. A good building is not merely attractive, it also works. As we shall see, small and apparently insignificant details can have major impacts on people's behaviour. A good rule of thumb is to assume that everything matters. In many cases, the power of these small details come from focusing the attention of users in a particular direction. A wonderful example of this principle comes from, of all places, the men's rooms at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam. There, the authorities etched the image of a black housefly into each urinal. It seems that men usually do not pay much attention to where they aim, which can create a bit of a mess. But if they see a target, attention, and therefore accuracy, are much increased. According to the man who came up with the idea, it works wonders... Etchings reduced spillage by 80%. The insight that everything matters can be both paralysing and empowering.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Robert Glover

One Nice Guy asked me, "If a man is talking in the forest and no woman is there to hear him, is he still wrong?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Kimberlee Roth

Certainly, it's important to acknowledge and identify the effects of BPD on your life. It's equally important to realize that it neither dictates who you are nor fixes your destiny.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Mikidady Selungwi

No one will recognize you unless you had done a thing.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Susanna Mittermaier

What super powers are hiding behind your insanities?

By Anonym 17 Sep

Vineet Raj Kapoor

My opinion of me is what sets the tone of my personality

By Anonym 17 Sep

Steven Magee

Never underestimate a smart person.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Matt Keough

Playing for Billy Martin is like being married to him. Right now, we're all sleeping on the couch.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Charles Dickens

They had an ugly look to one as prone to disgust and fear as the changes of a few hours had made me.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Daniel V Chappell

There is nothing messier than the mind of a psychologist while being his or her own psychologist.

By Anonym 16 Sep

John Patrick Shanley

Father Brendan Flynn: "A woman was gossiping with her friend about a man whom they hardly knew - I know none of you have ever done this. That night, she had a dream: a great hand appeared over her and pointed down on her. She was immediately seized with an overwhelming sense of guilt. The next day she went to confession. She got the old parish priest, Father O' Rourke, and she told him the whole thing. 'Is gossiping a sin?' she asked the old man. 'Was that God All Mighty's hand pointing down at me? Should I ask for your absolution? Father, have I done something wrong?' 'Yes,' Father O' Rourke answered her. 'Yes, you ignorant, badly-brought-up female. You have blamed false witness on your neighbor. You played fast and loose with his reputation, and you should be heartily ashamed.' So, the woman said she was sorry, and asked for forgiveness. 'Not so fast,' says O' Rourke. 'I want you to go home, take a pillow upon your roof, cut it open with a knife, and return here to me.' So, the woman went home: took a pillow off her bed, a knife from the drawer, went up the fire escape to her roof, and stabbed the pillow. Then she went back to the old parish priest as instructed. 'Did you gut the pillow with a knife?' he says. 'Yes, Father.' 'And what were the results?' 'Feathers,' she said. 'Feathers?' he repeated. 'Feathers; everywhere, Father.' 'Now I want you to go back and gather up every last feather that flew out onto the wind,' 'Well,' she said, 'it can't be done. I don't know where they went. The wind took them all over.' 'And that,' said Father O' Rourke, 'is gossip!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Angela B. Chrysler

I stood in my room. I shifted my feet on the white marble. Sunlight poured into the room like a golden waterfall. I looked behind me. The two cat statues of black onyx flanked the door. The bed was made up with a silk sheet. The water fall shower fell from the ceiling into the pool. It all was still here. The white gauze curtain swayed in the window and I grinned. I could not help but grin. I entered the balcony and looked down at the river that fell into the ravine. As always, I could jump and I would land in the pool below. I could smell the earth and the green. I could feel the wind and the spray of mist carried on the breeze like never before. It was real. I could touch it.And I knew, beyond the trees was my cottage and stream.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Patience Johnson

The money you are looking for is not in any country, phd or your designer outlook, it is in wisdom. Solomon never prayed for wealth but he asked for wisdom.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Susanna Mittermaier

What if you love your flaws?

By Anonym 18 Sep

Idries Shah

The clothes may vary, but the person is the same.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Gad Saad

Hope is an elixir of life. It is the engine that propels us forward in our pursuit of countless goals, all of which might otherwise be impossible to undertake if we were bereft of hope.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Pierre Bayard

Our relationship with literary characters, at least to those that exercise a certain attraction over us, rests in fact on a denial. We know perfectly well, on a conscious level, that these characters “do not exist,” or in any case do not exist in the same way as do the inhabitants of the real world. But things manifest in an entirely different way on the unconscious level, which is interested not in the ontological differences between worlds but in the effect they produce on the psyche. Every psychoanalyst knows how deeply a subject can be influenced, and even shaped, sometimes to the point of tragedy, by a fictional character and the sense of identification it gives rise to. This remark must first of all be understood as a reminder that we ourselves are usually fictional characters for other people […]

By Anonym 16 Sep

Alaric Hutchinson

Enlightenment isn’t about reaching a destination of “knowing”, it is about developing consistent vibrational harmony within one’s self and with the surrounding world.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Anthony Marais

Physiologically, the union of two opposites is a pleasurable affair. Why should the psyche be any different?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Tracy A Malone

Forgiveness is letting go of the anger that unforgiveness holds. Forgive once, or resent everyday that is your choice.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Elif Batuman

Most people, the minute they meet you, were sizing you up for some competition for resources. It was as if everyone lived in fear of a shipwreck, where only so many people would fit on the lifeboat, and they were constantly trying to stake out their property and identify dispensable people – people they could get rid of.... Everyone is trying to reassure themselves: I'm not going to get kicked off the boat, they are. They're always separating people into two groups, allies and dispensable people... The number of people who want to understand what you're like instead of trying to figure out whether you get to stay on the boat - it's really limited.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Rhett Burch

I think in many ways that even though the pages of our future are still blank, even though we are still confounded by the unending choices we make that will forever decide our future, even with all of this uncertainty, the pages of our future seem to be written in invisible ink. It’s as if the pages shutter and grow restless under the weight of this ink, wanting to open up to the final pages to show us we need not worry. But alas the pages seem blank to us, and were it not for faith I too would shutter at the prospect of a future, any future. But it is with this faith that I say come forth with your future, any future you wish. I do not need to know the score, I accept that every ending is right in its own way, and my future and yours will be in harmony with the universe.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Sallee Mclaren

Unfortunately, as we have seen, people who have had a negative childhood will be far more likely to experience overwhelming and life-threatening fear following a serious stressful life event, and so they are far more likely to use avoidance strategies for dealing with it.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Ten minutes of meditation a day, keeps the psychiatrist away.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Angela B. Chrysler

I slipped in and out of worlds that weren’t there. I wrote letters to fictitious characters. I was passing into catatonic states more times than not. It required a concerted amount of effort to keep myself here in this world. I was a runaway. I tried to slit my wrists. I was clinical, and I knew how to hide my condition.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Darrel Ray

Religious training and indoctrination creates internal states that are in conflict with natural urges and drives.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Angela B. Chrysler

Don’t open the door,” Angel said. “Not for anyone.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Jackie Griffin

Only in the silence do we get to hear the God within us.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Daniel V Chappell

If I were to ask you to open two novels, and compare the circumstances of each protagonist, asking you to chose who is “better,” you may find this ridiculous. You may tell me these characters have been forged in two different worlds, around different people, and they each have their own inherent purposes. They’re traveling different paths, and they’ll traverse their paths at different speeds, as their meant to. Great. So as such, never again compare yourself to another.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Margaret Mead

One of the most dangerous things that can happen to a child is to kill or torture an animal an get away with it.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Alice Miller

Experience has taught us that we have only one enduring weapon in our struggle against mental illness: the emotional discovery of our truth about the unique history of our childhood.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Stefan Molyneux

Using coercion to drive charity is like using kidnapping to create love.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Steven Magee

The police can be more corrupt than the criminals.