LadyCamelot's Hypothesis of Psychologically-Applied "Tunnel Vision Thinking"

Written by LadyCamelot

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In this aspect,repparttar person's poor tunnel-vision ultimately leads to anti-social or paranoid dilusional behavior. These persons are typically consumed by wreckless and intentional acts that advertantly cause mental and emotional neglect or harm to others around them. Negative tunnel thinkers are also inclined to be less apirational, non-motivated and lack self-restraint and discipline. Negative tunnel-vision thinking is a learned behavior, and may take years of psychological counseling to repair.

If there are any practicing psychologists, psychiatrists or counselors who have encountered this form of learned, mental behavior, I would like to hear his or her perspective on my hypothesis of tunnel-vision thinking. And, furthermore, would like to know if there are any counseling programs available for persons who suffer from this self-induced, mental illness. I will glady produce anonymous subject study cases for review and welcome any feedback in relation to tunnel-vision thinking -- both positive and negative aspects pertaining to this particular topic of review.

I also invite fellow readers to participate in my quest to obtain knowledge on this specific category. Do you know a positive tunnel-vision thinker? A negative tunnel-vision thinker? How has he or she effected your life? Are you a tunnel-vision thinker? What type of tunnel-vision thinker are you?

{NOTE: Although I am not a clinical psychologist, I have avidly observed and studiedrepparttar 126227 behavioral constitutions of countless persons (myself included) overrepparttar 126228 course of 15+ years. What I have theoretically discovered is that there are a mariad of personality types. But what I realizedrepparttar 126229 most was that there are some negative and positive tunnel thinkers among us all. These tunnel thinkers tend to reveal themselves quite evidentually.}

LadyCamelot is the author of "Windows to the Soul," an inspirational book of poetry and the Public Relations' Director of

The Essential Conflict in Humans

Written by Clive Taylor

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The resolution of conflict:

We try to suppressrepparttar pain and confusion caused by this essential conflict by denying parts of our being, by pretending it doesnít affect us.

We throw ourselves into one side of our being or another or we flip from one state to another, in a desperate urge to find ease fromrepparttar 126226 dilemma, butrepparttar 126227 dilemma is real.

We have no real choice but to find a way to come to terms with it.

The way each one of us resolves this essential conflict is entirely up to us.

It is possible that no particular way of resolving this conflict that anyone has yet found, is of any use to anyone else.

There may not be any one way to do so, other than through our becoming fully conscious aroundrepparttar 126228 whole issue.

In life, there may only be a choice between conscious awareness of what actually is, or believing and living what others tell us is true and/or a reactive closing-down of our awareness of what actually is.

Itís up to each one of us which one we choose.

A suggestion, is to put aside all ideas that we have about life, about how to resolverepparttar 126229 pain and suffering of our core conflict, including this article, and find outrepparttar 126230 true nature of these things for ourselves.

It can be immensely liberating.

Good luck with your journey of personal liberation.

Years of research into consciousness, zero-point physics theory, emergence theory, memes and many other new understandings coming out of mathematics, physics and psychology. Ongoing work as consciousness/relationship therapist is bringing deep revelations about the nature of our psyches. Related web site: for online access to unique self growth process. Author/illustrator childrenís books (e.g. I Wish My Dad Was A Pirate).

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