Yuri Mc Murray's Three-Dimensional Meta-Analysis - A phenomenological psychotherapy of the whole man

For some years I have been dedicating myself to the study of the human object. Psychotherapy became a natural path for me. I had a special interest in the philosophy of Olavo de Carvalho, and I ended up being convinced that the solution of some dilemmas is a task that is only clinically possible. With that in mind, I idealized the Three-Dimensional Clinical Analysis.

Among the innovations of Three-Dimensional Meta-Analysis, we can highlight the clinical application of Radical Intuitionism and Knowledge by Presence.

Yuri Mc Murray's three-dimensional therapy also makes an original contribution to the 12-layer theory, where he develops the theme of the 4-axis resonance of personality.

As a proposal, the Three-Dimensional Meta-Analysis defends the creation of a general psychology clinic, phenomenological, which gives up being strictly scientific to do Science, adapting to the subjectivity of human demands.

Three-dimensional clinical analysis involves the systematic collection and examination of information from the three human dimensions, somatic, psychic and noetic, its organization and interpretation, with the aim of formulating conclusions from the human whole.

It is necessary to understand that the term Analysis is paradoxical. The word analysis originally referred to the process of untying or separating a whole into its constituent parts in order to understand its nature. Although the name analysis conveys an idea of splitting, the Posture of Three-Dimensional Clinical Meta-Analysis is based on the synesthesia of the known through the systematic and punctual analysis of the three dimensions in their relationship with the Order (the Whole).

The Three-Dimensional Clinical Meta-Analysis is a posture of psychotherapy different from all others, because it does not intend to identify itself as a science but to integrate it into a unitary body, at the service of therapy, and is not possible without a metaphysics and without an anthropology.

Quoting the physicist David Bohm we enter into the heart of the psychological problem par excellence, namely, how to reassemble the parts of oneself. According to Bohm, ''totality is that which is real; Fragmentation is a response of the whole to human action, guided by illusory perception, shaped in turn by fragmentary thinking."

If, by cutting to test, science is able to highlight new data of reality; To the extent that it cuts, it also produces the illusion of scientism, the cognitive parallax, resulting in a consequent fragmentation.

Yuri Mc Murray
Enviado por Yuri Mc Murray em 26/10/2023
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