Ninety-seven percent of human thoughts are negative and harmful.
What we are in this world is the result of our own mental processes.
If the human being wishes to identify himself, to value himself, and to imagine himself correctly, then he must explore his own mind.
The difficulty of profound introspective analysis lies in “counter-transference.” This difficulty is eliminated through structural and transactional analysis.
It is important to segregate and to dissolve certain undesirable psychic aggregates that are fixed in our mind in a traumatic manner.
Transactional and structural analyses are combined in the matter of the exploration of the ego.
Any psychic aggregate must be previously segregated before its final dissolution.
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