When referring to Pain or defense the word line is used instead of level; e. The brainstem has also often been referred to as the reptilian brain as it is the structure which mammals have in common with reptiles. First-line imprints occur before intellectual abilities, such as the use of verbal language, have developed. They are at the level of pure sensation and visceral or gut reaction.
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Jul 25, Allison Streeter rated it did not like it This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I honestly dont remember where I picked this up but I think it was from a free bin in one of the colleges I went to. I will read anything, obviously. I most likely picked this up due to the sexy font on the front and that splatter This was a step above the worst book I ever read The Mermaid and the Minotaur , most because the writer wasnt trying to impress with vocabulary.
Basically this is about the authors form of therapy where he gets people to What. He also is very adamant in that this is the ONLY form of therapy that is right and the rest are wrong.
The book is awfully repetitive and all of the journal entries he provided by his patients all just seemed like they were characters he created. The vocabulary was too similar and non-convincing.
Promete mucho al comienzo, pero luego defrauda. Every psychotherapist at least should own a copy. Janov showed in a very comprehensive manner how things going wrong in our very early years can create serious mental, behavioral and health issues. He demonstrates how releasing the primal pain can lead to healing and even a change of identity.
If you are not a therapist you can still benefit a lot from this classic work, especially if you are wondering why you still are not well after psychotherapy or psychoanalysis, or if you are considering going into such kind of therapy classic or alternative form.
The Primal Scream
Arthur Janov et la colère : extrait de Le cri primal