THE FIFTH ACCESS
With the advent of psychiatry and twentieth century psychology, people threw out thousands of years of previous psychological insight and practice. The insights of various eastern disciplines, such as yoga, Zen Buddhism, and Sufism, have come back into fashion via the New Age psychology movement, but the insights of two thousand five hundred years of Western philosophy have largely been ignored. Many problems that seem intractable to modern psychology can be addressed by principles articulated clearly by Aristotle and other ancient philosophers. Aristotle pointed out that virtue, which he defined as the control of the appetites by the reason, is a kind of habit. Learning what is good for you, and then developing good habits to practice it–much as athletes practice for their sport–and ultimately learning to like what is good for you, is the key to success and happiness.
How to Manage Your Destructive Impulses with
Cyber-Kinetics: Redirect Sexual Energy and Discover Your More Spiritually
Enlightened, Evolved Self deals with two of the most important and vexing
issues in the news today: male violence and sexual misconduct. The relationship
between male violence, testosterone and sexual misconduct is clearly indicated
in all criminal statistics given the overwhelming number of crimes attributed to
males as opposed to females. The singular physical and behavioral differences
between males and females of most mammalian species is based on levels of
testosterone (Recent animal studies have also shown that testosterone is
implicated in violent interspecies conflicts.) Testosterone might be thought of
as a biohazard under social systems that do not recognize its potential
to wreak havoc.
The missing link in reflecting on the data is the absence
of a clearly defined relationship between the power of ethical systems of
impulse management and rational, socially dynamic and personally productive
behavior. The corollary to this missing link is that systems of behavior
analysis that do not actively propose impulse management can contribute to
personal devolution and social chaos.
Do you or your company have an ethical system for
impulse management in place? The liabilities involved in non-impulse management
in both private and corporate life are large indeed.
Whether it is young men engaged in delinquent and violent behavior for fun, employees stealing from the companies they work for, political leaders sexually cavorting in public offices or fathering children out of wedlock, or others in positions of spiritual trust improperly touching young boys or seducing young women, men’s out-of-control sexual behavior is the number one unidentified cause of personal and social chaos in America. The NDM or Non Dick Manager is the most dangerous man in America and there are tens of thousands of them of all races and creeds roaming the streets unidentified and unchecked. There are NDMs in positions of respect and authority all over America. Look no further than your homes, offices, neighborhoods and yes, do check your mirrors to find the NDM nearest you.
The problem of non-impulse management in general with its associated financial costs from AIDS, other STDs, out of wedlock births, to families and finances destroyed by random acts of sexual gratification and violence is enormous. DICK Management takes the fight against vice, ignorance and testosterone-originated crime to the streets. If the language of the book is shocking, it is because the problem has so far resisted all polite social, political and spiritual behavior modification efforts to date. More importantly, How to Manage Your DICK can show men the way to originality, enlightenment and freedom from self-destructive and impulsive behavior. Think of it as a New Age guide to the soul, an operating manual on how to discover who you really are and ultimately, to be the kind of spiritual warrior that every man, deep down, really wants to be.
Cyber Therapy (CT) and Cyber Ethics (CE) are based on some
of the latest discoveries in ecology, physics and psychology, and on the
timeless wisdom of the ancient metaphysics found in all systems of belief and
religion. Cyber comes from a Greek word that means “helmsman or
pilot” and functions as an effective and non-sectarian analog for the words
“self” and “soul”. Kinetics is the science that deals with the effects
of forces upon the motions of material bodies. Cyber Kinetics seeks to
understand the energy relationships between the self, soul ego and body, and the
place of those relationships in the larger ecologies of matter, quantum energy
dynamics, society and spirit. (Ecology is defined here as the relationship an
organism has with its environment.) Quantum Cyber Dynamics is the parent science
for both Cyber Therapy and Cyber Kinetics. (Cyber Therapy is not to be confused
with psychological therapy conducted via the Internet.)
Spiritual teachings on the soul and life force, known in
India as the Atman and Kundalini, Chi and Yin and Yang in Chinese philosophy,
and teachings on the soul by Aristotle and Christian theologians are all part of
a generic theory called vitalism, which was largely discredited from the
time of the Renaissance until the advent of the latest discoveries in physics.
New discoveries and theories by scientists in regards to multi-dimensionality
theory, which deals with dimensions five through twenty-six make it possible to
understand and use the energy concepts behind vitalism in an exciting and new
The notion of a multi-dimensional energy or force that
operates living systems analogous to a radio broadcast station making the music
that plays from your radio, or the electricity that lights your home from afar
is finding new adherents among many forward thinking, mental health
professionals. Interactions between quarks, for example, which carry fractional
electric charges, constitute what physicists call the strong force. The strong
force is one of the four known forces in electromagnetic theory. It is safe to
say that scientists have by no means identified all aspects of quark activity
and it may be that there is another unidentified energy manifesting under the
quark aspect that physicists curiously describe as charm or flavor. Qi or
Chi is as good a name for this as yet unidentified energy flow or
so-called fifth force as any other. What we might call life force or soul may be
related to this energy in some way that has not yet been clearly and
Cyber Kinetics attempts to map the actions of this vital energy by plotting both its affects and effects on the ancient energy grid of virtue and vice. According to cyber dynamic research in this area, the kinetic aspect of conscious energy appears to be inversely proportional to the energy invested in sexual and physical activity. This hypothesis is buttressed by Freud’s teaching on sublimation, which claims that instinctual energy gets converted into the energy of purpose through resistance to sexual instincts. Morality functions within the context of cyber kinetic theory and cyber therapy as a map of good and bad energy connections and ultimately, as a guide to good consciousness. Aristotle’s words are instructive here. Quoting Evenus in The Nichomachean Ethics, he says, “I say that habit’s but long practice friend, and this becomes men’s nature in the end.”
Cyber Therapy consists of identifying the structural components of consciousness from a metaphysical and new age scientific perspective, utilizing Freud’s concept of cathexis to describe how the life force of the soul creates patterns and also disturbances in the kinetic force of consciousness. Cathection may also be used to describe how the soul creates the derivative identity, which psychology loosely calls “self” and the more commonly understood definitions of Ego and Superego. Self is defined by the dictionary as the “entire person of an individual,” which might also be thought of as an ecology of body, thoughts, sensations, ideas, Id, Ego and Superego.
Cyber Pathology and Identity Therapy
Cyber Therapy is not Psychology.
Psychology studies the mind. Cyber Therapy, Quantum Cyber Dynamics and other Fifth Access disciplines study the soul and its kinetic linkages to hidden ecologies of energy, consciousness and spirituality. The mind is a manifestation, or power, as the ancients would say, of the soul. Jungian, Depth Psychology and Phenomenology in addition to a variety of non-traditional and New Age thinkers such as Ken Wilber, Gary Zukav and Howard Bloom explore some of these areas but there is no discipline at present, which thoroughly unites both the study of the soul and the mind in a unified and comprehensive manner. Cyber Therapy is one of a number of pioneer disciplines working in this area. At present, no training programs towards credentialing in Cyber Therapy are available, however, we welcome the efforts of traditional psychologists and other mental health professionals to widen the range and scope of Cyber Therapy. Won’t you join us now in the adventure at hand?
There is no more baffling and more difficult behavior
to deal with than addiction. One can know everything there is to know about
addiction and still be addicted. The word addiction comes from the Latin addicere,
which means “to favor”. It also means literally “to devote or surrender
oneself habitually or obsessively”. Obsession, likewise, means “to preoccupy
intensely or abnormally”. Addiction cannot be understood or properly treated
without some understanding of the cyber-kinetic links that the soul’s energy
makes with the outside and inner world in its quest to manifest. The fundamental
rule of addiction is this: what you feed grows. This seminar focuses on
eight areas that tend to define and clarify the parameters of the problem.
Practical cyber-kinetic techniques for dealing with addiction will be provided as part of the big picture dynamics of addiction and addiction prevention.
Anger is a form of addictive behavior with a component
that is destructive to others as opposed to just being destructive to one’s
self. Anger is typically a manifestation self-directed anger that the ego
transfers cyber kinetically through transference to an outside object or person.
Since the real object of the anger is oneself, no amount of totemic beating will
satisfy the angry person. Anger is a form of pneumopathology that indicates a
level of self-development that is “stuck”. Anger management begins with a
solution that sees the problem as self-originating. Anger is frequently the best
defense your ego and local consciousness has against you and who you really are.
Topics covered are:
· The dynamics of anger
· What anger means to the ego
· What anger means to the self
· What anger means to the soul
· Self Identity and the meaning of Anger
· Locality and Non-Locality
· The meaning of patience
· Intensive and extensive viewing of anger
Practical cyber-kinetic techniques for dealing with anger will be presented.
· The problem of testosterone
· Understanding FIKI
· How to watch your A.S.S. (Appetite Survival System)
· Crime as a bad habit
· The danger of devolution
· Intellectual and moral virtue as defenses against crime
· Department of Justice statistics and violent crime
Practical techniques for initiating change in the criminal mind are based on the author’s experience teaching Ethics in prison.
· Mindless observation (MLO)
· Soul Interrogation
· Kun Long
· Energy Permission (EP)
· Intellectual Virtue
· Moral Virtue
· Quantum Channeling
· Prayer and Meditation
All Seminars are roughly four hours in length. If audience participation is high (it usually is) then the seminars tend to run towards six hours. I try to be flexible and go with the time restraints and interests of the client. Additional Seminars may also be designed to fit individual client needs. Cost of $3,800 is inclusive of transportation, lodging and meals with thirty days advance booking.
Sean J. O’Reilly
Peoria AZ 85383