Ep. 05 - What Do Spiritual/Psychological Mean? Part 1
Updated: Sep 12, 2020
Dr. Amy Johnson, along with group discussion, examines the Oneness and Separation of Meaning of the Spiritual and Psychological worlds.
Title : WHAT DO SPIRITUAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL MEAN REGARDING ADDICTION RECOVERY? PART 1
OUTLINE OF TOPICS DISCUSSED:
Amy Johnson, PhD is a psychologist, coach, author, and speaker who shares a groundbreaking new approach that helps people find true, lasting freedom from unwanted habits via insight rather than willpower. She is author of Being Human (2013), and The Little Book of Big Change: The No-Willpower Approach to Breaking Any Habit (2016). In 2017 she opened The Little School of Big Change, an online school that has helped hundreds of people find freedom from anxiety and habits and live a more peaceful life. Learn more at www.DrAmyJohnson.com.
The 3 Principles, as uncovered by Sydney Banks, are a Spiritual Psychology.
PSYCHOLOGICAL – Emanation of form from Spirit/Mind.
Spiritual is the Impersonal world we live in, while Psychological is the Personal world we live in.
QUESTION: Do we even need to define the Spiritual and Psychological? It seems conceptual.
THOUGHT – is a vehicle for thinking. The only thing that exists is Spiritual, yet everything else is something we create via Thought.
Healing is before Form, and thus spiritual. We may experience it in a psychological manner, but at its origin, our ego mind has quieted down for a second, and allowed a Healing Insight to be experienced within the Consciousness of the human being.
ONENESS – The oneness we experience is when we are present-minded. In this Now space, we suspend all judgement, and experience our Innate Wisdom. This innate wisdom brings us together.
Dr. Amy Johnson--Psychological Practicalities of the 3 Principles
When we see how the human experience works, we can let it go or see what lies beyond it.
We have a sense of how it all works together, and that can be helpful! Then, we can let it go or see what is beyond it.