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Es el fundador de la logoterapia, denominada la tercera igonrada vienesa de psicoterapia. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving….

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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This was a very ce book! I learned that we can find meaning to every single situation and reason, that there might be something other than a whole, wide meaning to life. Journey on the search for meaning just got a lot more wider and re accompanied by even more clarity. Thinking I had picked up the storied, heralded “Man’s Search for Meaning”, I was mesmerized by Frankl’s easy way with discussing abstract psychological concepts, and applying them to concrete situations.

But the shine did not wear off once I learned it was another “meaning” book by the logo-therapy trailblazer. Frankl here concerns himself with that murky line between psychological analysis and viktro exploration that both intertwine with self-development.

His religious discussion is decidedly Thinking I had picked up the storied, heralded “Man’s Search for Meaning”, I was mesmerized by Frankl’s easy way with discussing abstract psychological concepts, and applying them to concrete situations. His religious discussion is decidedly open and mystical when he writes that religion goes beyond the “concept of God promulgated by many representatives of denominational and institutional religion”. Using his logotherapy analysis, a type of existential inquiry into meaning, Frankl examines how religion can help one actualize.

Little is ds to the method of logotherapy, but he succinctly describes it as: At one points he writes the task of logotherapy to let conscious mind find religiousness. Frankl writes beautifully, although sometimes vaguely about happiness, meaning, religion, suffering and the preciousness of life. One of my favorite quotes from him is “happiness is the side effect of living out the self-transcendence of existence”.

Knowledge and the knowledge of its limits. These ideas may not have quantitative evidence behind them that many modern readers appreciate.

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The content is at times airy and at times unstructured. But to those of us who appreciate both the zeal and tranquility of life’s quiet reflections, a work like this is enriching our deeper levels of human experience. In that book it was about his experiences in a concentration camp during World War 2 and how he found meaning to his existence whilst there which led to him developing logotherapy and becoming a celebrated psychiatrist and psycho therapist.

One man went to him devastated about his wife’s death which had left him alone.

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Viktor told him he should think that he is suffering instead of his wife and has spared her this ordeal. One thing he often focuses on is a life has to have meaning and an example of this is lab rats had a lever that every time they pressed it produced food.

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At first they ate lots and lots of food but franl it lost its meaning and they went off food and sex. It is only by having sad experiences we can appreciate the good times. In a concentration they enjoyed preencia happiness eating a bit of stale bread because they were starving and if they had been well fed would have turned their noses up at it. Another thing is expectations where we expect something and if it disappoints we are presenciz but if it exceeds our expectations no matter how little we expect are happy.

This is only a short book of around pages and Viktor is from Vienna in Austria which of course was invaded by Hitler during World War 2. This is a very interesting book and I enjoyed reading it. Frankl’s logotherapy is invigorating when compared with other forms of psychotherapy. Ironically, it shows up in business books like Start with Why: It is such an important part of what it is that vikgor us human, that it is preesncia crime our mental healt Frankl’s logotherapy is invigorating when compared with other forms of psychotherapy.

It is such an important part of what it is that makes presecia human, that it is a crime our mental health professionals are so philosophically deficient that they are leery of tackling the most pressing psychological problem: Frankl is a very strong writer and the topics discussed in the book were of personal interest to me. I spent the past couple days reading and reflecting on this book and discussing it with friends.

It’s quite a dense book and the author assumes prior knowledge in the field of psychology, and although I wasn’t able to comprehend everything, I still got quite a lot out of it that will continue shaping my understanding of the mind and the spiritual self. This book is a must read View all 3 comments. I decided to read this book because my older brother recommended it to me.

I have to be honest, I don’t usually read this kind of book, but D can honestly say I enjoyed it. However, it was a bit hard for me to read it, I had to take constant breaks to make sure I was actually understanding what I trankl reading.

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I don’t know much about psychology nor the technical terms for mental diseases which made it a bit hard for me during the first couple of chapters. Chapter 8 was my favorite. I think is a m I decided to read this book because my older brother recommended it to me.

I think is a mix of the concepts he describes in earlier chapters, and he uses less technicals terms, so if you’re like me, you’ll probably like this chapter too. It’s a great book, although I wouldn’t recommend it to everybody. I’m not saying you have to be an expert on the topic to like it, but you do have to be willing to make the effort, otherwise it’s going to feel like a burden to presencka this book.

I wasn’t really sure about this at first, but it was among the titles for success and I have to say after reading the book that I quite agree with him on many of ideas and felt they were right in line with things I have begun to explore. They were also some ideas which I will explore further before I can decide. Aug 23, Vikktor. Uno entre varios aprendizajes: This is a second reading of this book that I found cleaning out my library. It is no coincidence maybe that I reread it when I need some new look at the world around and human suffering around me.

This is not an easy franil and written with scientific language ,but I made it through in two days. This is a collection of talks and essays. Libro de Viktor E. Ambas se encuentran en todas partes y en todas las capas sociales.

Es el ser que siempre decide lo que es. What he becomes – within the limits of endowment and environment- he has made out of himself. In the concentration camps, for example, in this living laboratory and on this testing ground, we watched and witnessed some of our comrades behave like swine while others behaved like saints.

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Man has both potentialities within himself; which one is actualized depends on decisions but presfncia on conditions. Even when the most basic physical need was not met in Auschwitz concentration camp, some people were motivated to self-actualize e. Also, they didn’t give up to live but rather tried to keep themselves motivated to live by searching for meaning in their lives. Belongingness and responsibility for the loved ones seemed to be the major motivation for them to live.

La presencia ignorada de Dios. Psicoterapia y religión

Porque no quiere dejar de seguir teniendo ; porque la verdadera cima se esconde a su vista, se halla oculta por la niebla, y en esta niebla, en esto desconocido, nuestro hombre no se atreve a internarse. Frankl “La presencia ignorada de Dios” pag.

While the book covers some of the basic precepts of logotheraphy, it is not designed as an introduction, but more of an expansion, particularly the concept of unconscious religion. My recommendation would be to begin with “Man’s Search for Meaning” by Viktor Frankl before reading in order to understand mor “Man’s Search for Ultimate Fios by Viktor Franl, is a good book for understanding the basic differences between varying schools of psychotherapy, and how logotheraphy fits today’s society.

My recommendation would be to begin with “Man’s Search for Meaning” by Viktor Frankl before reading in order to understand more of his primary assumptions. As with many books of this kind, more lecture and educational paper than produced for mass market appeal, the book can be slow and tedious in spots I had to look up more definitions of words than anything I have read since college ; however, its golden nuggets are well worth wading through the jargon, interwoven frnkl, and psych-speak.

This is an intense challenge to read, and well worth the work. The presencai is difficult and a dictionary recommended. But I like the anecdotes selected to illustrate his points, and I like the idea that ‘traditional’ psychotherapy is limited in ignoada ability to facilitate emotional healing for some people, if their imbalance originates in the very parts of their existence that psychotherapy won’t touch: Viktor Frankl, This is an intense challenge to read, and well worth the work.

Viktor Frankl, for obvious reasons when you know his history, has always placed man squarely in the middle of resposibility for his relationship with the universe. I became interested in Frankl’s theory about our striving to find meaning in the viktro that happen in our lives only recently. This book is a follow-up to Man’s Search for Meaning and goes into greater detail about Frankl’s ideas. I found it stimulating and thought-provoking. I much prefer his train of thought that we choose to find meaning in the struggles and pain of our lives, rather than framing them with the labels of sublimation and rationalization.

It seems to me that Americans are stuck I became interested in Frankl’s theory about our striving to find meaning in the things that happen in our lives only recently.

It seems to me that Americans are stuck in a negative, hopeless psychological view of life. Too bad we haven’t embraced Frankl’s positive philosophy wholeheartedly. I thought this was a great account of the holocaust given by someone who suffered through some of the worst Auschwitz and Dachau.

The focus of the book, however, is Dr. Frankl’s life-achievement in his discovery of a revolutionary type of psychotherapy, called Logotherapy Gk.