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About the Author: Arthur Janov

Psychologist, psychotherapist, and the creator of primal therapy, a treatment for mental illness The Primal PDF or that involves repeatedly descending into, feeling, and expressing long repressed childhood pain Janov directed a psychotherapy institute called the Primal Center in Santa Monica, CaliforniaJanov wrote that his professional life changed in a single day in with the discovery of what he calls Primal PainDuring a therapy session, Janov heard what he describes as, an eerie scream welling up from the depths of a young man lying on the floor He developed primal therapy, in which clients are encouraged to re live and express repressed feelingsJanov s patients included John Lennon and Yoko Onotp enpedia wiki ArthurJ.



10 thoughts on “The Primal Scream

  1. Monty J Heying Monty J Heying says:

    I first read this book in 1974 I still have it, a paperback held together with rubber bands and kept in a Ziplock bag This easy to understand book not only saved my life it gave me invaluable insight into human behavior I never met my father or had a conversation with him until I was 29 years old My mother was an alcoholic I have no memory of ever being held by her or acknowledged by her in a loving way, verbally or visually I experienced torture at age 2, before being left in a Texas orp I first read this book in 1974 I still have it, a paperback held together with rubber bands and kept in a Ziplock bag This easy to understand book not only saved my life it gave me invaluable insight into human behavior I never met my father or had a conversation with him until I was 29 years old My mother was an alcoholic I have no memory of ever being held by her or acknowledged by her in a loving way, verbally or visually I experienced torture at age 2, before being left in a Texas orphanage in 1955, where I was further tortured and witnessed routine ritual torture in the form of arena beatings.Not having the money for Primal Therapy, I practiced the theories in this book throughout my life I have spent many times what Primal Therapy would have cost on conventional therapy, pharmaceuticals and mood supplements.How doesn t matter, but in July of 2013 I gained access to a memory of myself as a terrified infant, gasping for breath as he was being drowned I never knew such fear was even possible Suicidal ideation soon followed Thanks to what I had learned from Janov s book, I realized what was happening, called a crisis line and got help through the VA I was reborn a happier, less angry,sensitive, settled and accepting person, and came to realize my previous 68 years had been lived in a semi conscious state.There s no getting around it the path to healing from childhood trauma leads through a hall of pain and tears.Pain is a messenger, but to learn from it, you must feel it To feel pain means resisting the reflex to withdraw from pain How many of us will not naturally try to avoid pain But herein lies the route to healing Feel it, and heal it.Repressed feelings exert a force which, if not released through feeling, will manifest physiologically as illness autoimmune deficiency lupus, asthma, allergies, etc , addictions, food sensitivities, diabetes, depression, anxiety and others Remember the Fram filter commercial Pay me now or pay me later Thank you Dr Janov, for my life And I mean it


  2. Allison Streeter Allison Streeter says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here What A Load Of Shit I honestly don t remember where I picked this up but I think it was from a free bin in one of the colleges I went to I will read anything, obviously I most likely picked this up due to the sexy font on the front and that splatterI mean LOOK AT IT This was a step above the worst book I ever read The Mermaid and the Minotaur , most because the writer wasn t trying to impress with vocabulary Basically this is about the authors form of therapy where he gets people to What A Load Of Shit I honestly don t remember where I picked this up but I think it was from a free bin in one of the colleges I went to I will read anything, obviously I most likely picked this up due to the sexy font on the front and that splatterI mean LOOK AT IT This was a step above the worst book I ever read The Mermaid and the Minotaur , most because the writer wasn t trying to impress with vocabulary Basically this is about the authors form of therapy where he gets people to cry out to mommy and daddy and scream in primal fits to release deep seeded primal pains that split the self at an early age Once people can feel their pain and not cover it up with vices, THEY ARE CURED Primal therapy according to its creator can cure all sorts of neurosis, homosexuality, can fix terrible posture, men can grow beards for the first time, woman s breast s can grow larger, cramps and PMSand pretty much everything He also is very adamant in that this is the ONLY form of therapy that is right and the rest are wrong The book is awfully repetitive and all of the journal entries he provided by his patients all just seemed like they were characters he created The vocabulary was too similar and non convincing I can t believe I read through this whole damn thing Supposedly there s a documentary made about one of the patients and I briefly YouTubed a session of it for about 10 seconds until I realized I was free from this nonsense


  3. Gabriel Gabriel says:

    Es un libro que propone una interesante teor a explicativa para la g nesis de la neurosis, pero no creo que el m todo que se presenta para curarla sea totalmente efectivo De hecho, considero que lo que se propone aqu es una panacea, adem s faltan muchos datos para corroborar esta teor a Quiz el material te rico posterior de este autor abord o cambi lo que aqu se propone, pero no lo s Los primeros dos tercios son recomendables para neur ticos como yo, el resto es una mara a setentosa de Es un libro que propone una interesante teor a explicativa para la g nesis de la neurosis, pero no creo que el m todo que se presenta para curarla sea totalmente efectivo De hecho, considero que lo que se propone aqu es una panacea, adem s faltan muchos datos para corroborar esta teor a Quiz el material te rico posterior de este autor abord o cambi lo que aqu se propone, pero no lo s Los primeros dos tercios son recomendables para neur ticos como yo, el resto es una mara a setentosa de concepciones muy b sicas sobre la sexualidad, la violencia y las drogas Promete mucho al comienzo, pero luego defrauda


  4. Ypatios Varelas Ypatios Varelas says:

    Classic Invaluable Impressive Every psychotherapist at least should own a copy Janov showed in a very comprehensive manner how things going wrong in our very early years can create serious mental, behavioral and health issues He demonstrates how releasing the primal pain can lead to healing and even a change of identity Most people may know him and this theories because of some of his famous clients , such as John Lennon, but it s not just hype, it s one of the biggest advancements in th Classic Invaluable Impressive Every psychotherapist at least should own a copy Janov showed in a very comprehensive manner how things going wrong in our very early years can create serious mental, behavioral and health issues He demonstrates how releasing the primal pain can lead to healing and even a change of identity Most people may know him and this theories because of some of his famous clients , such as John Lennon, but it s not just hype, it s one of the biggest advancements in the history of mental healing Whatever form of mental emotional intervention a therapist uses, knowledge of Janov s writings is essential since very often problems in our adult life begin from our childhood If you are not a therapist you can still benefit a lot from this classic work, especially if you are wondering why you still are not well after psychotherapy or psychoanalysis, or if you are considering going into such kind of therapy classic or alternative form


  5. Mark Mark says:

    AAAAAaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrggggggggggggggggghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hahathis was hot shit especially when John Lennon experienced it


  6. Vera Vera says:

    Read it a long time ago when I was 18 19 and at that time of self discovery it helped understand few things about human psychology.


  7. Joshua Joshua says:

    Curious read thus far Amazing that the neuroses can happen just from the act of seeking love, being denied it in some form, and the onslaught of fully understanding what that means.


  8. Rebekka Van straalen Rebekka Van straalen says:

    Interessante theorie iedereen is ziek en alleen Janov kan je genezen Toch zit er, denk ik, wel een kern van waarheid in Het interessantste aan het boek zijn de dagboeken van de patienten Janov zelf valt veel in herhaling Vervelend terugkerend punt is dat homoseksualiteit volgens Janov een te genezen neurose is Verder vind ik de aanpak van de therapie veel weg hebben van hersenspoelen als men daar in geloofd Maar dat is slechts mijn mening.


  9. Giancarlo Fisichella Giancarlo Fisichella says:

    Really great book, explains how the split between fake self and true self buried together with unmet needs is produced via the Major Primal Scene and maintained by a strong fear that keeps the neurosis going.


  10. Nikola Pejić Nikola Pejić says:

    Simplistic and reductive theory of neurosis It basically says that neurosis is an unconscious way of coping with our unmet childhood needs, for which he blames the parents exclusively Literally, he thinks that if you smoke, it s because your mother didn t breastfeed you enough It s nearly comical at some moments The weakest part of the theory is that the only possible way to really cure neurosis is through primal therapy at the author s clinic in Los Angeles In essence, he claims that pre Simplistic and reductive theory of neurosis It basically says that neurosis is an unconscious way of coping with our unmet childhood needs, for which he blames the parents exclusively Literally, he thinks that if you smoke, it s because your mother didn t breastfeed you enough It s nearly comical at some moments The weakest part of the theory is that the only possible way to really cure neurosis is through primal therapy at the author s clinic in Los Angeles In essence, he claims that pretty much every other method of curing neurosis is now obsolete and disproven, and never really worked Even though I mostly didn t agree with it I still managed to find interesting notions nad perspectives of the human condition in this comprehensive book there s even a chapter on transcendental meditation I wouldn t really recomment it as the essential psychology book to most people although it was very polular and influential in the 70s , but if you re just curious about different psychological theories, you could find this book somewhat interesting


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