World Within: The Inner Life
Choose to Discover and Learn–
• How To Understand Duality
• How To Move Beyond Duality to Triality
• How To Make Dialectics Work for You
• How To Use the 5 Thinking Positions for Sanity
DESCRIPTION: From Inside the Book
This book is about discovering your world within your physical body. Read it to discover what an inner life is and how to enjoy having a productive and purposeful inner life. For example, you will discover what an inner life consists of, how it works, how it fails, how to get working again, and how to keep it working. Read this book to discover how to make your heart, soul, and mind work for you, not against you or each other. Read and discover the first new psychology of the mind to be revealed in decades.
World Within presents a model of inner life based upon dialectics. Dialectics can be understood as an internal dialogue between a set of dualities, a pair of opposites, or a yin and yang dichotomy. Dialectics is explained and explored at length to provide awareness and insight into the nature of attention, internal processes, and thinking. Our model for dialectics is called Ping-Pack-Pong (P-P-P). This model covers the middle ground and process of dialectics, as well as the dichotomies themselves that are the two opposites. The P-P-P model is used in order to provide an effective means of analysis and understanding for how internal dialectics work or fail depending upon how they are organized, processed, structured, and used. Many chapters also address various identity issues.
DIAGRAM BASED UPON THE BOOK
The first chapter explores the parts and components that make up your inner life, stressing the importance of having an inner life along with understanding its purpose and function. This chapter also examines the nature of self in relation to your internal conversations and dialogue, as well as your three internal attentions and how they function, relate, and work either together or at cross purposes.
The second chapter explains dialectics as the means and mechanism of thought. The third chapter focuses on how inner dialectics are beneficial and how they can work effectively and efficiently. The fourth chapter focuses on how to be aware of, explore, and map your inner dialectics using the Ping-Pack-Pong paradigm. The fifth chapter focuses on the problem and issue of Complex Ping-Pack-Pongs. The sixth chapter focuses on solutions that fail to help the problems of dysfunctional dialectics. The seventh chapter focuses on the problems of “not-ing” (of trying to undo P-P-Ps). The eighth chapter focuses on solutions that work to get dialectics functioning properly and constructively again. The ninth chapter applies some of the book’s understanding of dialectics to the problem of addiction. The tenth and final chapter of the main text provides spiritual solutions to problematic dialectics as well as a spiritual understanding of dialectical processes.
The back matter or end matter of the book contains information about the author, recommendations for more of the author’s books according to their intended usage, books listed as references and recommendations for further study, and a link for information on how to read ebooks on various devices.