Friday, February 29, 2008

Einstein's Mistake

He's widely considered one of the greatest scientific geniuses of all time. A humbe civil servant, he rose from obscurity to change the world of science - and alter how we see the world. He was known and famous for his Theory of Relativity. Only one problem - Einstein's scientific theory was fundamentally flawed.

Today on Thinking with Somebody Else's Head, Einstein's mistake. Well, he was obviously a great genius, and a great humanitarian. But there was a fundamental flaw in his scientific vision that is mirrored in almost all science today. And we'd like to address that in today's program.

But first, I've been talking for a few weeks now about our upcoming International Congress of Analytical Trilgy - Analytical Trilogy being the name of Norberto Keppe's science of psycho-socio-pathology. Our website is up an online now ... check it out at We have a great event planned July 4 - 6, 2008, and an extra 5 days or so of activities at our hotel for those of you coming from out of town. Write me at if you need more information.

You know, I've been doing this program for a year and a half now, and enjoying very much the emails I receive from you with questions or suggestions for topics or even problems from your own lives that you'd like help with. I've been thinking and talking to the psychoanalysts at Keppe's International Society of Analytical Trilogy about it for awhile now, and I'd like to provide those of you who are interested with a special Member's Only program. I'm planning a specific podcast where I sit down with Claudia Pacheco or another analyst from our clinic to deal with your specific issues or problems. You'd write to me, I'd open up the subject with the analyst, and those programs would be available only to those who've registered. As well, I'm going to offer a special teleclass with Claudia Pacheco once a month on fundamental points of Keppe's science of psycho-socio-pathology that will help you understand yourself and others and the world we live in much better.

It's a pretty exciting service because the work we're doing here in Brazil is having impressive results in education, coaching, self-development, etc.

I'm sketching it all out and will have a finished offer to you very soon, but I'd like you to register with me for more information and I'll send it to you personally when everything's together.

Today, science and Einstein. Cesar Soos joins me from our department of Trilogical energetics.

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Friday, February 22, 2008

Treating Problems in Education

We spend our most formative years in it. The best years of our lives, they call it. And in these years, we ostensibly learn invaluable lessons for the rest of our lives.

Still, I can't help but remember Einstein's thoughts about it: "Education is what remains after you've forgotten everything you learned in school."

Today on Thinking with Somebody Else's Head, Treating Problems in Education.

Well, this is a subject close to our hearts here at the International Society of Analytical Trilogy because we work with education a lot. But let me describe something about our structure here first.

As you may know from listening to Thinking with Somebody Else's Head, we've been working with new ways to structure business since the mid-1980s. When the president of ISAT, Norberto Keppe, upon whose psycho-sociological discoveries I base this show, was invited to take his work to the U.S., he was frankly shocked at the massive decay he noticed there. He wrote a number of books about it, most notably Liberation of the People, Work and Capital and the Decay of America. One essential aspect of Keppe's critique centered about the mis-guided policies of Reagonomics.

Keppe noted that the policies of speculation being promoted by Reagan and Friedman, the economist who oriented him, was moving America away from producing goods and into making money with money. This makes money more important than work - an inversion that seriously weakens an economy, because nothing real can be built on speculation only. This creates an inflated virtual economy floating above a non-existent foundation - which used to be based on work and production.

So, Keppe organized Trilogical companies based on disinverted principles, such as workers owning the company, payment occurring based on production, not the money invested by a person, no one making money on the work of others.

And one of the businesses we run this way is Millennium Language Schools here in São Paulo, where we employ Keppe's studies in psycho-socio-pathology to teach people. With great effect, I might add.

Luciara Avelino is a Brazilian teacher who has worked here for over 10 years. In addition to her teaching duties, she now conducts workshops to help teachers and students understand themselves better so they learn better.

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Friday, February 15, 2008

Humanity's Core Problem Explained

Some say it comes from our social inequality. Others that greed and the lust for power are behind it. Still others say it's just our nature. We're too soon out of the jungle.

But these are unsatisfactory to those working to solve the question, "Why is human society in such terrible shape?" Now, here in Brazil, one scientist has managed some final answers.

Today on Thinking with Somebody Else's Head, Humanity's Core Problem Explained.

Norberto Keppe's science is called psycho-socio-pathology, and it's the result of more than 50 years of clinical research into what makes the human being tick. I'm pretty impressed with it because it provides some definitive conclusions about what's going on in the human psyche, and how those murky bits are manifesting in the collective society as well.

We'll be providing a great look at Keppe's science at our 19th International Congress of Analytical Trilogy July 4 - 6, 2008 here in Brazil. A State of the Union address, if you will, on the definitive conclusions about the human psyche and how we can treat it and the inverted social structures that are born out of it. Just write me for more information on that ...

You know, after the initial discoveries of Freud, Klein, Jung and others, the science of psychology lost its way in the behaviorism of Skinner (which saw human beings as nothing more than pigeons who needed a good behavioral re-programming), and the more social therapies of Rogers and Karen Horney.

We could consider that, before Keppe, the study of the human psyche had come to a dead-end. After a promising start by Freud and the early Germans, psychology got distracted by a number of more superficial treatments like behaviorism and the various humanistic talk therapies so popular in the U.S. today. Or got lost in the Siberia of psychotropic drugs that is modern psychiatry.

Most of the world lives under the illusion that the human psyche, like the human genome, is still being mapped. This is not true. Norberto Keppe has completed the study of the human psyche in a substantial way. That's what we´re going to talk about today, with Dr. Claudia Pacheco, vice-president of Keppe's International Society of Analytical Trilogy.

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Friday, February 01, 2008

Violence Kills Us - Not the Other Guy

It is nurtured in the fevers of fanaticism. Fomented in books and newsletters and websites. We can defend it, or march out against it. We can propose elegant legal arguments to justify it. But when the jingoism dies down, any rational human being must as the same question Bobby Kennedy did: "What has violence ever accomplished?"

Today on Thinking with Somebody Else's Head, Violence Kills Us - Not the Other Guy.

This program is based on some extraordinary philosophical proposals put forward by psychoanalyst and social scientist, Norberto Keppe. Not completely new ideas because many of the ideas have been considered by humanity's greatest minds for millennia. But what is new is the nature of synthesis in Keppe's work. He has managed to unite many ideas behind one vast world view that is comprehensive in its understanding. So while many have considered the essence of man, like Aquinas, or analyzed the sickness of the socio-economic structures, like Marx, or investigated the light and dark in the human psyche like Freud, no one has managed to unite everything into one science that allows us to see what we truly are in our God-given essence.

Keppe's science of psycho-socio-pathology is fascinating, profound and enormously vast in its scope. We'll be exploring it in depth in our International Congress on Analytical Trilogy - that being the name of Keppe's science - from July 4 - 6, 2008 here in Brazil. Anyone who's interested in that will be invited to stay on at our conference spa for a few days to consider the themes of psycho-socio-pathology - perhaps with Dr. Keppe himself in attendance. Write me for more information about that -

I also want to update you on our BrainFood Community which we're setting up to give you more education on this science. This idea is morphing somewhat after conversations with Dr. Claudia Pacheco. We'd like to create a training program to teach the skills of psycho-socio-therapy. This will include teleclasses with Dr. Pacheco and others of us from the International Society of Analytical Trilogy, a newsletter, Q & A sessions, and more. It'll be very specific training to help you develop the understanding and tools of psycho-socio-pathology that you'll be able to apply in your sphere of influence. Again, to get on our mailing list for updates about that.

A few weeks ago, Gilbert Gambucci explored the roots of racism very effectively on Thinking with Somebody Else's Head. When he came to me with some ideas for tackling violence, I jumped at the chance to look at this pathology through Keppe's eyes.

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