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Toward A Patient-Centered Understanding Of Orgonomic (Reichian) Therapy

Toward A Patient-Centered Understanding Of Orgonomic (Reichian) Therapy

Article by Dr Neil Schierholz

This study explores the experience of patients who have been treated with orgonomic (Reichian) therapy.  The purpose of this study is to shed light on the experience of undergoing this therapy from the perspective of patients who benefited from it.  A brief history of Reich and his theory and practice of orgonomic therapy is chronicled along with [...]

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Jubilation in Cairo, Would it Last? An Orgonomic analysis.

Jubilation in Cairo, Would it Last? An Orgonomic analysis.

Article by Stephan Simonian M.D.

For many weeks, the social unrest in Egypt has dominated the headlines. News of protests saturated radio reports and the internet; the throngs of protestors appeared in videos during each broadcast of the nightly news. Masses of people poured the street of Cairo, demanding the departure of Egypt’s president Muhammad Hosni Sayyid Mubarak (the successor [...]

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Our Teenage Suicide Bombers

Our Teenage Suicide Bombers

Article by Stephan Simonian M.D.

Hardly a day goes by without a newspaper or television news report of a suicide bombing incident. Here, a selection of those incidents from 2010. – On October 18th, the BBC reported from Northwest Pakistan that police shot and killed the teenage driver of a Toyota Surf jeep. The unnamed, suspected bomber was “about 13-15 [...]

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Orgonomic “Reichian” View of a Social Issue

Orgonomic “Reichian” View of a Social Issue

Article by Stephan Simonian M.D.

Mr. Ahmadinejad, the president of the Islamic Republic of Iran, visited New York in September of 2007.  He was invited to speak at Columbia University on September 24, 2010.  Among the different issues that he talked about, which elicited some applause from the audience,  he was also asked the following question; “Mr. President” a student asked, “Iranian women [...]

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Homosexuality and The Emotional Plague

Homosexuality and The Emotional Plague

Article by Stephan Simonian M.D.

Recently, the American media was barraged with news of the harassment of homosexuals and suicides that followed.  The New York Times on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010, reported the following regarding the suicide of a young promising violinist: “Tyler Clemeni was an 18 year old Rutgers University freshman when he jumped from the George Washington Bridge [...]

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Sex Politics

Sex Politics

Article by Stephan Simonian M.D.

In the orgonomy literature, specifically literature that has been written by Dr. Wilhelm Reich, we come across  the term “sex politics”. Sexual oppression and authoritarian systems, according to orgonomic theories, are two inseparable entities and one can not exist without the other. Fascistic and dictatorial regimes therefore would not exist without the sexual oppression of [...]

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Emotional Plague, Sadism and Fascism

Emotional Plague, Sadism and Fascism

Article by Stephan Simonian M.D.

“What Happens if We Leave Afghanistan?” This was the title on the front page of the Time Magazine issue of  August 9th of 2010 . The finer print on the same page stated: “Aisha, 18, had her ears and nose cut off  last year on orders from the Taliban because she fled abusive in-laws”. Inside [...]

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Self Regulation (Part 5 & 6)

Self Regulation (Part 5 & 6)

Article by Dr. Harry Lewis

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Self Regulation (Part 3 & 4)

Self Regulation (Part 3 & 4)

Article by Dr. Harry Lewis

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Self Regulation (Part 1 & 2)

Self Regulation (Part 1 & 2)

Article by Dr. Harry Lewis

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Your Religion and The Best Religion

Your Religion and The Best Religion

Article by Stephan Simonian M.D.

Recently an email was circulating on the internet with the title of “Your Religion is Not Important.”  The e-mail was a description of a brief dialogue between a Brazilian theologist Leonardo Boff and the Dalai Lama.  The content of the email was the following: In a round table discussion about religion and freedom in which [...]

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President Clinton  Vs.  Emotional Plague

President Clinton Vs. Emotional Plague

Article by Stephan Simonian M.D.

During President Clinton’s impeachment proceedings in 1999, which were triggered by him having an affair with a woman and then denying it when confronted, Mr.  Larry Flynt, the publisher of Hustler Magazine, put an ad in the newspaper known as the “million dollar ad”.  In this ad, he offered 1 million dollars to anyone who [...]

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