Sigmund Freud Quotes Week Photo-blog that Was in a Writer’s Images
Sigmund Freud quotes photo-blog images for weekly post of April 22nd to April 26th by Author Scot Fin. Putting some Freudian thoughts to pictures.
Sigmund Freud Quote, April 22nd
And here I managed to get a picture of my conscious mind playing in the sun before falling back into the great subterranean pool. “The conscious mind may be compared to a fountain playing in the sun and falling back into the great subterranean pool of subconscious from which it rises,” Sigmund Freud.
Sigmund Freud Quote, April 23rd
Ah, now I know why everyone likes flowers. There had to be a logical Freudian reason. “Flowers are restful to look at. They have neither emotions nor conflicts.” Freud.
Sigmund Freud Quote, April 24th
Perhaps the picture might be a little trivial but I wasn’t concerned. “Dreams are never concerned with trivia.” Freud, The Interpretation of Dreams.
Sigmund Freud Quote, April 25th
I didn’t want to lose this mental image of the daytime moon so I took a picture. Turns out I didn’t have to or perhaps Mr. Freud was being, well, more Freudian. Whatever, I like the concept. “Nothing that is mentally our own can ever be lost.” Freud, The Interpretation of Dreams.
Sigmund Freud Quote, April 26th
I’ve been here, took a picture but I guess it’s not where we have been, rather what we have been. The Freudian way makes more sense. “We are what we are because we have been what we have been.” Freud, Dream Psychology: Psychoanalysis for Beginners.
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Astral Projection Novel: Ralph and the Girl From Mayfair Towers
Scot Fin novel is an astral adventure.
Ralph is a traveler. He has his own plane … or so he thought.
Astral traveler Ralph didn’t really think about whether the astral plane was his own until the girl from Mayfair Towers approached him with her mystery. He told me his story. Ralph explained that he thought this would be a simple investigation, perhaps impressing the lovely girl from Mayfair Towers, by using his secret mystic gift.
An experienced and knowledgeable astral adversary, however, transformed this simple investigation. Unlike this adversary, Chong, Ralph was essentially a novice in other dimensions. Now, beyond the investigation, Ralph was involved in a paranormal struggle …
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