Meta-types

  Motto: “Personality is not who we are but what we do” L. Michael Hall   Definition Hall & Bodenhamer (2005) and Woodmall (1988) are still considering between metaprograms and Jung’s classical concepts: Sensing / Intuition (metaprogram no. 2, Epistemological), introversion/extraversion (metaprogram no. 26, Rejuvenation), judging/perceiving (metaprogram no. 37, adaption), which according to the correspondence analyses… Read More Meta-types

20 Years of Deceit Since ✈ ▌ ▌ /”Nine-Eleven” – 20 Embedded Videos

Today it is the tragic commemoration of the terrifying events that shaped the world we live in. 20 years ago, the attention of the media and of hundreds of millions of people has been hijacked into believing the almost 3000 people which actually died in the attacks on World Trade Center were the biggest tragedy… Read More 20 Years of Deceit Since ✈ ▌ ▌ /”Nine-Eleven” – 20 Embedded Videos

What Do Knowing and Understanding Metaprograms Help Us With?

Metaprograms, on which I wrote an introductory article here, are unconscious filters of human perception, according to which we sort information, and can be found at a deep level in the subconscious. They show us how we prefer to think, feel and communicate, offering a set of criteria according to which we sort and organize information.… Read More What Do Knowing and Understanding Metaprograms Help Us With?

Metaprograms, The Fundamental Bricks of Personality

  There were three dwarves Living in the hazelnut forest, There comes the hoopoe and says: “Symptomatically, the dilemmatic idiosyncrasy is reverberating in an attenuating manner its protoharmonic abstruse echoes behind the semi-transcendence and dissonance of the incandescent medieval-like obscurantism, encapsulating the crepuscular syncretic and allusively metempsychotic vein of the alchemic transmigration towards the inner… Read More Metaprograms, The Fundamental Bricks of Personality

Do You Like the Real Totalitarianism? Check Out the Allegoric One: Kynodontas and Rollerball (1975)

On July 16th, 1918, the Russian Imperial Romanov family was executed, during the Russian Civil War which concluded with the inauguration of the first major Communist experiment as a tryout for the worldwide communism takeover that started in 2020. On this special occasion, I would like to share with you two movie recommendations of parables… Read More Do You Like the Real Totalitarianism? Check Out the Allegoric One: Kynodontas and Rollerball (1975)

20+ Years of Publishing: A Story with Very Little Storytelling But Lots of Lessons

Did you ever work hard out of a passion for something you loved just to be once and again, sacked, rejected, or mocked? Did you ever choose to go out on a limb for something you really wanted to express, without knowing how it was going to turn out? Did you ever wonder how can… Read More 20+ Years of Publishing: A Story with Very Little Storytelling But Lots of Lessons

The Connections Between Concentration, Organization, Productiveness and Modeling

On every 20th of June, we celebrate the international day of productiveness! Concentration is, on the one side, ”the glue that holds together” speed reading and memorizing: in the absence of concentration, nothing of what we read could we manage to remember, nothing of what we do could have the expected results, and our work… Read More The Connections Between Concentration, Organization, Productiveness and Modeling

The 12 Years Anniversary of Analytic Vision and 10 Years Anniversary of Debug Your Mind

On June 17th, 2009, on a Wednesday, at 23.32, I have published my first official article on this blog. Tomorrow, there are 12 years from that moment. On June 15th, 2011, on a Wednesday, at 9.55, I have published the film review for Fabled Enemies (2008) on Debug Your Mind. That’s 10 years and a… Read More The 12 Years Anniversary of Analytic Vision and 10 Years Anniversary of Debug Your Mind

The Psychological Contract in Working Relationships

An unclear contract underlies victimization Before being a social and even a sociological position, victimization is a psychological position that must be understood. In the dramatic triangle of the transactional analysis, the victim feels helpless, powerless (whether he/she really is or imagines that), waiting for a savior and (possibly) screams from the top of their… Read More The Psychological Contract in Working Relationships