Freud - Exploring the unconscious mind

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    "For Freud, the unconscious was a depository for socially unacceptable ideas, wishes or desires, traumatic memories, and painful emotions put out of mind by the mechanism of psychological repression. However, the contents did not necessarily have to be solely negative. In the psychoanalytic view, the unconscious is a force that can only be recognized by its effects - it expresses itself in the symptom." Wikipedia - Unconscious

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    1. One From RM 93 months ago | reply

      @todes_trieb: da quando ho letto il manuale sull'ipnosi regressiva non mi serve più nulla. Ora so che sono la reincarnazione di Atila flagello degli Uni e di Guido Cesare. Ma sto esplorando anche un'esistenza passata in cui ero Callo Magno.

      Sebo? Quale sebo?

    2. TodesTrieb [deleted] 93 months ago | reply

      "Gobba? Quale gobba?"

    3. Alexander Denomay 92 months ago | reply

      This is so great!!!! The idea is wonderful!! :O
      Im in awe!

    4. One From RM 92 months ago | reply

      @A. Denomay: Are you flattering me? :P Keep making good pics! I am waiting to see what else you can do.

    5. ember_oboe 92 months ago | reply

      :D ma dove hai trovato questi bugattini? Sono bellissimi!

    6. One From RM 92 months ago | reply

      Non sono miei :) Sono di todes_trieb che è il vero riferimento per quanto attiene all'opera di Freud. Sono entrambi in vendita presso un negozio di Roma di oggettistica dal nome Two Much, vicino a piazza Navona (via di Sant'Agnese in Agone)

    7. ember_oboe 92 months ago | reply

      Allora quando verrò a Roma la prossima volta una di quelle sarà mia! Ahah, no... però starebbe bene in un futuro sulla scrivania del mio studio! Da' un tocco di professionalità :D

    8. TodesTrieb [deleted] 91 months ago | reply

      Una estimatrice! Non posso non donartene una copia!

    9. Mark Harrison UK 78 months ago | reply

      (Sorry - no Spanish :-( )

      Thanks for making your photo available under a Creative Commons licence.

      I've used it (and, of course, credited you) in a presentation.

      In case you're interested, you can find the presentation at

    10. InDiE M.D. 77 months ago | reply

      JAJAJAJAJAJ me has robado la sonrisa del dia =D.....Y yo k muero por ser psiquiatra =P

    11. gabrielebld 64 months ago | reply

      Povero povero sigmund

    12. One From RM 64 months ago | reply

      Ma no... tutta pubblicità!

    13. juliusjob 63 months ago | reply

      Great idea! Nice picture! Poor definition of inconscious... greetings

    14. One From RM 63 months ago | reply

      I know... but that is what Wikipedia offers, and I settled for that :)

    15. earthpages 62 months ago | reply

      this is great... thanks for making it ccl.. i've blogged it here...

    16. mlhradio 27 months ago | reply

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    17. juliusjob 21 months ago | reply

      It's a very creative photo and I would like to use it in a Blog... is it possible??? is for non lucrative effects... you can see it at:

    18. One From RM 21 months ago | reply

      Of course you can! I'd be delighted if you did. CIAO

    19. juliusjob 21 months ago | reply

      Thank you very much....

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