The German-American psychoanalyst Karen Horney, who lived between September 16, 1885 and December 4, 1952, described the fact of human life; He explains “basic trauma as the fears that arise from the parent-child relationship in childhood.”
Horney; “We encounter the fact that the people around a child are too caught up in their own neuroses to love the child, to accept that he or she cannot be an individual in his or her own right. Their attitudes and behaviors towards the child are determined by their own neurotic needs and reactions. As a result, the child cannot develop a sense of belonging. Instead, he develops a deep sense of insecurity and uncertainty, which he calls basic anxiety. Children develop various behavioral strategies to cope with this anxiety and insecurity, and these strategies become an integral part of their personality. He constantly tells ‘Lies’ to make himself accepted and tries to endear himself.”
Horney grouped the human mindset under three headings: Active, Passive, and Neutral.
It considers Active as “Aggressive”, Passive as “Obedient”, and Neutral as “Fleeing from People”.
Whether a person lives actively, passively, or neutrally, he decides according to two behavioral mood patterns.
One is the indispensable “Secret World”,
The other is the “Imitation World” he projects on his outward appearance.
If a person says “No” to something, he should know that what he says “No” to is the reality he accepts. And if he says “Yes”, what he does not accept (!)
So, how did man create this two-faced mental structure?
As Karen Horney explains, it is because of the fear-based substructure, because of the traumatic parents in his/her childhood, and because he/she developed the ability to make thought-based decisions…
…his personalized arrogance, his disregard for others, and his beliefs that he elevated himself to the status of a god (!)
No matter which communication model or with which living thing, we definitely react as soon as we make a decision by thinking. Because, behind this reaction, there is uncertainty (what will happen now or next?), insecurity, and therefore fear.
The reaction is also the basis of the feeling of revenge. When we look at our relationships, we can see that we are reacting no matter who and what they are.
If we understand that within Horney’s three-headed mindset, each heading has a reaction, we also see that the only species in nature that reacts and takes revenge is human.
Reaction (revenge) is actually a period of mourning.
The mourning period means that as a result of an event that occurs between two living beings, one of them remembers what happened to the other in terms of behavior over and over again throughout his/her life.
Rituals are the clearest examples of this.
For example; funeral ceremonies and their aftermath, for example; emotional repetitions (!) after the “I wonder illusion” about another living being who was killed or punished
Man is the slave of his thoughts, the owner of his pain and at the same time the one who inflicts the most incredible violence in life on himself.
Therefore, he cannot know both his habits and the results of his experiences (!)
This truth applies to all human beings.
Someone else’s past is my future, my present is someone else’s past.
Or, vice versa…
This is the cause of the “Principle of Causality” (!)
In other words, change in the universe is instantaneous. Not a second before, not a second after. For the person who understands this, he acts knowing that nothing belongs to time, even if the concept of time is out there somewhere.
There is no time in life.
There is only one reason for this, and that is that we are constantly changing depending on where and when we are.
We change our cells.
Our body changes
Our environment changes
The world we are on changes…
The area over which the Earth rotates changes…
The distances between the planets change…
The universe changes…
We understand that in every moment everything changes except the moment that constitutes the reasons for living in a dynamic universe.
It is possible to give many more examples of this.
This truth, which encompasses the entire “Principle of Causality”, describes the “Belief in the Concept of Time” that enables our repetitions in the psychoanalytic work of Karen Horney above, which she put forward as a tripartite mind structure.
As long as we fail to realize that “Fear” is the touchstone of our mental root, we will continue to be dragged by the tail of our imaginary concept of time.
In the meantime, the galaxies will change, the world inside our Milky Way will change, we, who are connected to the world we live on, will change, but we will remain mentally behind in all this change (!)
Because no living thing in the universe has a beginning.
The fact that change happens in the moment only ensures the development of species.
According to evolution, there was no first human being, nor will there be a last human being. There will only be development due to change.
Evolution allows it to evolve in the fact that it does not belong to any change in the universe and is never interested in what changes. Nor does it look at the consequences of our habits. Because, since the result belongs to the rules of the “Causality Principle”, evolution does not hold itself responsible.
Evolution allows for development, but it is not change.
Life in the moment has no responsibility.
At the moment, the creator has a responsibility, and this truth applies to all living things, starting with atoms.
Our acceptance of this truth in a classification, by personalizing it, stems from our mental distortion.
With an example, one must understand this truth; “Pain lasts as long as thought. Because our mental repetitions of time remind us that there is pain, and because we believe we are suffering, we unconsciously react to thought.”
While our cells communicate and relate to our environment (the universe), the fact that the “I do” delusion penetrates us shows that we are irresponsible, that we live connected to time and that we form a chain of repetitions.
Human produces “Theory” in a constant search. Theory etymologically comes from the root “”Teo”: it means “God, the Creator”. Man accepts all his work on this subject as “Scientific”, but “Lie” actually says it.
Whereas, “Science*”; It contains the relationship of the environment, which is the means by which every living thing changes itself within the rules of evolution. This situation, which the seekers of God call “Scientific”, actually happens at every moment in the universe and is the cause of the “Causality Principle”. (*Science, etymologically; Understanding the Center, that is; the reason is, Seeing the Image, that is; the form, that is, to change knowingly; means evolution).
Every moment we live, we read what is happening with our five senses and we do scientific work. This is how we learn, this is how we develop, this is how we change.
The “I found it” prize, which is only valid for human beings, is actually a result of the belief in self-deification.
Our sense organs constitute the first theme of our reading.
The eye sees…
Hearing by ear…
Tapping the skin…
Tasting the tongue…
The nose also allows us to read by smell…
We read silently but continuously (!)
This is the result of evolution that puts human beings one step ahead of other creatures.
When we go backwards in pre-human species, we see that there are species living with only one sense organ, which explains evolution.
Although the most developed species of human beings appears in the process of evolution of the Earth, it has not yet evolved due to its cultural living being attached to its traditions. He will not be able to evolve without mentally breaking free from his imaginary tails, screaming and screaming in his secret and false world.