Wilhelm Reich

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Noun1.Wilhelm Reich - Austrian born psychoanalyst who lived in the United States; advocated sexual freedom and believed that cosmic energy could be concentrated in a human being (1897-1957)
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Nevertheless, such Freudian, Jungian, and Reichian (8) techniques with their proven cognitive and affective cues may one day appear rather crude compared to the potential subtleties awaiting possible creative commercial exploitation of the doctrine of the 'Greatest Shaykh' Ibn al-Arabi (d.
In a series of letters between 1951 and 1953, Christy, no longer formally in the SWP after the latter date but still sympathetic, discussed his experiences in Reichian therapy with Demila Sanders (1911-2006), who had accepted an assignment in 1944 to assist in caring for Natalia Trotsky in Mexico.
Homosexual "conversion," which sounds like a crude form of aversion therapy, most likely will go the way of the Reichian orgone generator of the 1950s (never heard of it, right ).
John Duncan did a Reichian exercise naked in the hallway of the radio station, live.
The same principle applies to the psychological realm; transcendent or transpersonal methodologies ("ascent" paths of Jungian work, subtle energy, soul work,) or immanent body-centered and nature-centered modalities ("descent" paths of bioenergetics, Reichian work, breathwork, shamanic work).
The four members of Einstellung will be augmented by a three-piece string section and the piano-work of Rich Batsford who will serve as support act on the night, debuting his excellent first album of Steve Reichian music.
Some Reichian cat named Jack Green who puts out a mimeod sheet called "Newspaper" called me a "fellow traveler" in the bar.
7) In its attempt to produce a comprehensive and synthetic analysis of "sex class," and in its faith in the revolutionary potential of a Reichian, non-repressive "natural" sexuality, it is entirely of its period.