Humanism Today - A World without Religion


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It is difficult to credit any one religion as being True or any one god as being True when there have been so many throughout human history. None appears to have any greater claim to being more credible or reliable than any other. Why Christianity and not Judaism? Why Islam and not Hinduism? Why monotheism and not polytheism? Every position has had its defenders, all as ardent as those in other traditions. Most people are surely at least dimly aware of how much diversity there is and has been in human religions throughout our history and all around the world. I'm not sure, however, if everyone fully appreciates all the implications which this diversity can have for the religious beliefs which they so devoutly and fervently hold to. Do they realize, for example, that others have held to their religious beliefs just as devoutly and just as fervently?

Recent advances in neuroscience and brain-imaging technology have offered researchers a look into the physiology of religious experiences. In observing Buddhist monks as they meditate, Franciscan nuns as they pray and Pentecostals as they speak in tongues, Dr. Andrew Newberg, a radiologist at the University of Pennsylvania, has found that measurable brain activity matches up with the religious experiences described by worshippers. The social, political and religious implications of these and other findings are just beginning to permeate the broader culture, according to New York Times columnist David Brooks, who has been tracking new developments in the field. What does brain science add to age-old debates about the existence of God and the value of religion? Can political parties and religious groups use scientific insights to influence the beliefs of others? Are scientists as a group becoming more open to ideas of religion and spirituality? The Pew Forum invited Dr. Newberg and Mr. Brooks to raise these questions and share their insights with the journalists gathered in Key West. It’s easy to think that Islamic State or ISIS is some sort of evil, medieval cancer that somehow has resurfaced in the modern world. The rest of us are pursuing happiness, and here comes this fundamentalist anachronism, spreading death.


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Philosopy; Psychology; Atheism



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Philosophy and Psychology


 People tend to confuse the terms philosophy and psychology, even though there are differences between them and should be viewed as two different branches of knowledge. It is interesting to note that both are classified as ordinary arts. Philosophy deals with the study of the nature of life and the mythical, religiously invented life hereafter. On the other hand, Psychology deals with the study of the mind and its behaviour. This is the main difference between Philosophy and Psychology. This article attempts to highlight the differences between the two disciplines of psychology and philosophy while providing an understanding of each branch of knowledge.


 What is Philosophy?


 Philosophy can be defined as the field of study that deals with the nature of life and life hereafter. A philosopher explores the various possibilities of establishing the truth about the origin of the universe and the nature of the soul. There are various schools of philosophy. Eastern philosophy and Western philosophy are two such variations. Eastern philosophy is different from the Western philosophy. Philosophical thoughts centre on the mysteries of life and the reality of the soul. The individual soul is considered eternal according to some schools of thought. According to the other schools of philosophical thought, soul does not exist at all. It is interesting to note that philosophy also deals with the theory of causation. It deals with the instrumental cause for the creation of the universe and the life in it. As a matter of fact, each system of philosophy differs in its approach when it deals with the theory of causation. Philosophy also deals with the relationship of man to the Almighty and the supreme force responsible for the creation of life in this universe. It studies with the metaphysical aspect of nature and probes into the life after death. Now let us pay attention to the field of psychology.


 What is Psychology?


 Psychology can be defined as the field of study that explores the human behaviour and mental processes. Thus, it deals with the mind and its transformations. A psychologist attempts to understand the functions of the mind in social behaviour. It also explores the neurobiological processes that guide mental behaviours. Psychology helps in the establishment of various philosophical truths by way of logical conclusions. It involves logical acumen. However, it has to be mentioned that psychology has its roots in philosophy as well. When speaking of psychology, mainly there are a number of schools of thought. Structuralism, Behaviourism, Gestalt psychology, Psychoanalysis, Humanistic school of thought can be identified as some of the famous schools of thought. In each school, a new outlook, to understanding the human mind and behaviour, is presented. For an example, in Psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud emphasizes the significance of the unconscious in altering human behaviour. On the other hand, Behaviourists completely ignore the significance of the mind and pay attention to human behaviour. They believe that behaviour is more important since it can be observed. Psychology is a developing field of study and has a number of branches, catering to all aspects of the human life. For an example, developmental psychology studies the growth of individuals, whereas educational psychology studies the learning related activities of individuals. There are many more sub disciplines such as social psychology, cognitive psychology, abnormal psychology, organizational psychology, etc.. Now let us summarize the difference in the following manner.


 And how do we combine the two?


 Philosophy deals with the study of the nature of life from birth to death whereas psychology deals with the study of the mind and its behaviour.A psychologist attempts to understand the role of the functions of the mind in social behaviour and explore the neurobiological processes that guide mental behaviours. A philosopher, on the other hand, explores the various possibilities of establishing the truth about the origin of the universe and the nature of man’s Self, or Higher Self Within.Philosophy deals with the relationship of man to the initial forces responsible for the creation (formation) of cosmic life in this universe. In the latter hundred years and over philosophers and psychologists have come to the conclusion that all religions are brain work only, created by man himself and finds no support outside the human brain. From birth man created a god-spot within his brain. Among the majority of humans, they discover in the latter years of life that religion is purely a human invention, nothing more. Today’s psychology, on the other hand, helps in the establishment of various philosophical truths by way of logical conclusions.


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Self-hypnosis and Sexuality


Hypnosis or self-hypnosis as you probably already know is something we all experience every day as our brains are also constantly shifting gear. Hypnosis on a practical level opens up a direct pathway to the subconscious part of the brain / mind. This is the part of the brain that produces dreams during sleep. On a more basic level it's also a kind of store house of memories, and experiences together with all the associated emotions, beliefs and behaviours.  


The subconscious is also where our childhood fears and self hatred are maintained. It's where the imprint of homophobia got stamped.


This can often be at odds with our conscious selves - where we may believe that we are now very comfortable and at ease with our sexuality - genuinely 'Out and Proud'.


The crux of the matter is that this can indeed be the case at a conscious level - but the subconscious is often still operating on the beliefs and self perceptions of a very young child - who will have had a very different take on the whole thing. I think we often forget just how afraid, isolated and ashamed 'gay kids' feel.


Gay Hypnosis offers a real chance to change these feelings of unworthiness - even self hatred at a deep unconscious level.


The conscious mind makes analytical judgements - it tells us that the world of dreams we have at night is not 'real' whereas the chair we're currently sitting on 'is real'. The key thing here is that the subconscious mind is totally different. It does NOT distinguish between the two. An imagined chair is as real as the tangible one you're sitting on now. Quantum physics is telling us the same thing.


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