Listen here. Another fabulous podcast — This episode’s description: Why do we help strangers? And why do we love revenge stories so much? The same thing that connects those questions connects us all – bonding. There’s an invisible line between groups of people – it can be a thin dotted line between acquaintances, a steel […]
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The Brain’s Molotov Cocktail Apr 6 2021 Written and produced by Gabriel Berezin. Original music and sound design by Grant Zubritsky Opening and closing music by Monuments (featuring Grant Zubritsky (bass), Robby Sinclair (drums) and Bryan Murray (saxophone), Gabriel Berezin (guitar)) Editorial insight by Melissa “Monty” Montan Logo design by Justin Montan Follow Fugues on Twitter and Instagram. References: Study on GABA, serotonin and dopamine and its relation to […]
My son Gabriel Berezin has a new podcast called Fugues. It’s about consciousness, mental phenomena, and storytelling. It is brilliant, funny and informative.
Forty-three years before Freud arrived on the scene with the Interpretation of Dreams, Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol. He taught us all we need to know about character formation, the effects of trauma, and the healing process of mourning. This most illuminating story prefigures the Psychotherapy of Character and is an exemplar […]
One of the most fascinating and central elements in the Play of Consciousness are the personas. The function of waking consciousness in the brain is the overall management of our human existence. The play serves our being and our functioning: our bodies, our physical needs, social relations, loving, and fighting, nurturance, our labors and our […]
Our consciousness is a brain-generated neurologic illusion. Our brain creates representations of reality, self, other people, objects, set designs, and landscape, which correspond quite accurately to reality. It is, however, not reality, but simulations. Our consciousness also encompasses the entire scope of the human narrative, developing step by step as our experience is mapped into […]
Once upon a time, a long time ago, Nancy and I were on vacation in Exmoor, outside of Devon. We were following the road wherever it led, and found ourselves on a winding one lane road, tall grass towering over the car. We spotted a white building glistening in the late morning sun, high up […]
Forty-three years before Freud arrived on the scene with the Interpretation of Dreams, Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol. He taught us all we need to know about character formation, the effects of trauma, and the healing process of mourning. This most illuminating story prefigures the Psychotherapy of Character and is an exemplar of […]
As an experiment, my son and I asked the following question on Facebook ”Looking for the sad song you love to listen to when you’re down. Open to any and all genres. ” We received 71 responses in 24 hours. Each person sent their go-to music, or even long playlists. All were very enthusiastic about this […]
We talk often about the role of genetics in shaping our character. Because as always, what it is to be human involves both nature and nurture. I have already addressed the nurture part in “Psychotherapy Is ‘The’ Biological Treatment.” Here is the nature part: the role that genetic temperament plays as to how specific […]