The term “Esopsyche” combines two terms to form a new concept in the broadest sense of educating the Whole Human Being. The prefix “Eso,” comes from the term “Esoteric,” which means invisible to the brain and physical senses.
The second term is that of “psyche,” which in Greek [at least as used as the prefix for the term Psychology], is defined as “Self, Soul, and MIND”. And the reader will please note that the terms Self, Soul and MIND all refer to Esoteric dimensions of Man. In fact, they refer to invisible operations taking place “Within” the Whole Human Being. The term “Within” indicates that these operations are invisible to the brain and physical senses, even though these invisible operations are taking place simultaneously with the physical dimension of Man.
Does this suggest four simultaneously existing and entirely separate dimensions are taking place “Within” each human being at the same time? Yes, that is what I am saying.
So, one might ask: “Is the use of the term “Esoteric” and the term “Psyche” not somewhat redundant? Not unlike saying unseen and invisible, perhaps? Well, yes, in one way it is redundant. However, since so few people realize that three-quarters of the Whole Human Being [WHB], are composed of separate dimensions, each with its own unique and separate realm of existence, and that each of these are absolutely crucial to the operation of Man, perhaps it is important to emphasize the fact that what many have been taught is a singular entity, is, in Reality, an entity composed of four simultaneously existing and entirely separate dimensions?
You see, the term “unseen” applies to three of the vibrations or dimensions of Man, although the fourth, or physical dimension, is the only dimension one can see with one’s physical eyes. So, the supposed singular existence of Man is at the same time composed of dimensions that are invisible and unseen, while one dimension is easily seen! Unfortunately, in the early 1900s, America was grossly mislead by a person named B.F. Skinner, whose own MIND fed the Left-Hemisphere of his brain Delusional Thinking, which caused him to believe that he had no MIND to speak of, at least when it came to his physical actions. From a book, B.F. Skinner: The Man and His Ideas. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co. 1968, by Richard I. Evans, we get this quote:
“A child is influenced and changed as a biological entity by things that happen to him, but the notion that somehow or other the child of our past is still contained within us is a form of animism which serves no useful purpose in explaining present behavior.”
Skinner believed this, because it is what his MIND caused him to believe. And he, being entirely unfamiliar with his own MIND, was unaware that his MIND had the ability to cause him to deny Reality, and to believe false or Delusional Thinking. Skinner was an Intelack type individual, and thus, he was not Enlightened enough to Know any better.
Sadly, he was an influential person, and his Delusional Thinking resonated with many Intelack type individuals at the time. As a result of his influence, and the lack of Consciousness of many people in Psychology at the time, America and the world would suffer greatly thereafter.
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Peace, Brother James