Id, ego and super-ego

Sigmund Freud, founder of psychoanalysis, smok...

Sigmund Freud, founder of psychoanalysis, smoking cigar. Español: Sigmund Freud, fundador del psicoanálisis, fumando. Česky: Zakladatel psychoanalýzy Sigmund Freud kouří doutník. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Subconscious motive could be with no intend to do something. For example, as in James Ingram’s song, “I don’t have the heart to hurt you.” That’s it, I don’t have a heart to do it. Sigmund Freud developed an account of the unconscious mind, the behavior is out of the unconscious mind. The id is unconscious by definition. The id contains libido. The id precedes the ego. The id is the psychic apparatus at birth as undifferentiated, part of which develops into a structured ego. The ego attempts to mediate between id and reality. The ego represents what may be called reason and common sense, in contrast to the id. The ego in modern English could mean one’s self-esteem, an inflated sense of self-worth, or simply one’s self. The super-ego could be thought of as a type of conscience that punishes misbehavior with feelings of guilt. The super-ego’s demands often oppose the id’s, so the ego sometimes has a hard time in reconciling the two. The super-ego forms during the dissolution of the Oedipus complex after the little boy cannot successfully hold the mother as a love-object out of fear of castration. That’s what I found in the Wikipedia online.

Chicken soup is good for your health just as spiritual ritual is good for your mind. For a whole year submerged by the malfunction of the government with lawsuit cases being charged with libel case without necessary legal elements and also charge the police of government department, of the law affairs with subversion case filed, the due process per se seems to be perpetual. Recently two different sources of power bargains seem to be coming into my sense. I would remember reading from the book of a kind of psychotherapy to let patients hypnotized to tell what their reminiscences recalled and the therapy method in religion terminology is called, find the karma in your second life. What is the cause of the misfortune and hindrance in your second life? We are seeking therapy for various reasons such as of business, school works, insomnia in sleep cycle, relationship barriers, etc. Some terminology in religion describes that process to be sort of religion service to find the patient’s dead relative in hell by blindfolded, staggering, walking through the hell to get a grant to ask for an additional word from the dead relative. That therapy has something to do with the hypnotized hint to mitigate what the patient was persistently suffered mentally.

What will be that in your heart? I might say, the insomnia in sleep cycle, as I heard you suffered long ago in that tropical island. You should have been taking that clinic visiting as not necessarily in demands, something casually did, but things turned out to be deteriorated and for so many years you still cannot get out your bad dream. How could I know that was only a low wage job, or maybe I was wrong, that was a decent job. For a good-mannered teenager to behave herself, how would that be possible to ask her senior, in her name and for the role like her mother, where would she spend her summer vacation? Where had she been? Oh, if only she knew that’s somebody’s mother for that somebody’s biography said that he came from far away to seek her. Hey, how could I know were that a nice young man with a steady job, only without desire could have been making the lover prepared chocolate out of season? Maybe I should have met you in the New York City, had we been driving in both of our cars and trying to connect to the Washington State for a scene like Meg Ryan schmoozes in solitude in the movie Sleepless in Seattle, if we could still be persisting that continual small talk with pretty Meg Ryan. Would that be a happy ending? I am not sure. Let’s see.

DB, November 2, 2012

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