#4 in support of IFS

Death of the model of waking awareness as monolithic; and, Death of Jung’s “shadow”

If you are age 25 or younger, you might say, “Why do we need to explain internal parts and voices? Aren’t they obvious?”

Well you see, earlier generations, back to the 1400s at least, were raised with a male model of a monolithic waking awareness: There is just me. There are no parts. It’s all me. Popeye (1930s) put this succinctly, “I yam what I yam and that’s all that I yam.” This is the male myth of monolithic waking…

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Bruce Dickson

Bruce Dickson

Health Intuitive, author in Los Angeles, CA