The Narcissism Reader

‘The Narcissism Reader: Clinical, Behavioral, Spiritual’ is an explorative journey co-authored by Sam Vaknin and Peter Fritz Walter.

Sam Vaknin’s contributions show that over the past century, pathological narcissism has been construed as a psychological defense, introversion gone awry, a regression, or a personality disorder. It is probably all the above—and much more besides. His contributions to the reader deal with two neglected aspects of this multifarious phenomenon of mental illness: narcissistic mortification (when the narcissist is forced to face himself as others see him or her) and the psychodynamic role of psychological and sexual sadism in these disturbances of the self.

Peter Fritz Walter’s essays show new holistic ways of coping with sadism, and particularly sexual sadism, acted out either toward adults or toward children. The approach taken is non-judgmental and functional, and emphasizes a bioenergetic point of departure.

Information is provided about the true reasons for violent emotional and sexual afflictions and resulting misconduct, and viable alternatives to chaotic sexual behavior and suggestions for behavior adjustment are offered, not through putting up self-punishment and guilt, but in the contrary through understanding the energy-nature and inherent intelligence in our emotions. The primal narcissistic wounding if often the result of parent-child codependence and emotional abuse, as well as a stringent lack of autonomy early in life.

From a policy perspective, the way to go is quite exactly the contrary of what is practiced now by our lawmakers and social policy makers; it’s the way toward solving the blockage by dissolving the energy obstruction that led to the blockage. This energy obstruction is related to distortions of perception, and a lack of emotional awareness. 

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The Energy Nature of Human Emotions and Sexual Attraction

‘The Energy Nature of Human Emotions and Sexual Attraction: A Systemic Analysis of Emotional Identity in the Process of the Human Sexual Response’—2017 Revised, Updated and Reformatted Edition—is a concise study on how human emotions impact upon sexual attraction, a subject never tackled by modern sexology nor by psychoanalysis.

The author advances a theory of emotional awareness building quite in opposition to current sexology in that he redefines the nature of human sexuality. Accordingly, he advances a complete roadmap for dealing constructively with sexual desire and for healing both nonsexual and sexual sadism.

Based upon Eastern and native wisdom and perennial science, the author develops a functional concept for what he calls ‘emosexual attraction,’ which explains human sexual attraction as a consequence of ‘emotional predilection,’ and not with the current psychological and sexological concept of ‘sexual drives.’

For elucidating his point systemically, the author forged a vocabulary specifically destined to bring coherence in a landscape of dozens of notions used, in various cultures, and by various scientists, for the human energy field.

This vocabulary, then, he called ‘Emonics,’ which stands for ‘Emotional Identity Code Science.’ Based upon this unifying terminology, he proceeded to elaborating an assessment and treatment approach to sexual attraction in general, and pedophilia, in particular.

As under the present paradigm, forensic psychiatry and law enforcement are based upon outdated premises and assumptions, and a mechanistic understanding of sexuality.

The author proposes an alternative and more functional approach, defining new holistic concepts such as pedoemotions or emosexuality that form part of his scientific discoveries.

In addition, he has redefined notions such as erotic intelligence, codependence or emotional abuse, arguing that the mechanistic concept of sexual drives is ultimately counterproductive to comprehending and integrating the human energy field, thereby missing the point to describe human sexuality in a functional and ethically sound manner.

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Integrate Your Emotions

‘Integrate Your Emotions: A Guide to Emotional Wholeness’ is a guide to emotional wholeness and wellbeing. It has two functions; it sets out to elucidate the nature and functions of our emotions, and provides clear instructions and examples how to handle them and keep them in a healthy balance. The author stresses the fact that emotions have a kaleidoscopic nature, that all emotions are interlocked and that balance is vital to emotions in the sense that they assume a negative and devastating character when being repressed and getting out of balance.

The author demonstrates in this cutting-edge selfhelp guide that sexual misconduct is regularly the result of people mishandling their emotions. In fact, in our culture there is a huge knowledge gap about the art of emotional balance and wellbeing. This is so because the bioenergetic nature of emotions is veiled or outright rejected; this means emotions are not seen as what they are, that is, flowing streams of vital energy that are part of our luminous body. In addition, emotions are often misconstrued by our mainstream science and psychology as static elements of cognition.

The book proposes effective solutions both for the individual quest for emotional sanity and for forging new and effective social and legal policies for handling emotional flow within society at large, and with the ultimate objective to regulate our social and sexual conduct responsibly and without the need of law enforcement, coercion and monolithic state control.

The audience for this guide is both professional and the lay audience, including those who are directly concerned and who have a problem with handling their emotional flow. The need for solutions to our emotional problems is not only an individual quest, but also a matter of public hygiene. It results from our collective denial of the basic patterns of living. This collective denial resulted in our messing up the code of life, thereby bringing about large-scale perversion and violence. The social and legal policies in place for handling sexual misconduct are largely ineffective because they are based on the ignorance of the bioenergetic nature of human sexuality.

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Evidence and Burden of Proof under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, 1976

‘Evidence and Burden of Proof under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, 1976: A Procedural Guide for Business Lawyers and Government’ by Dr. Peter Fritz Walter is a specialized and practically useful analysis of the evidence problems and the burden of proof in matters of foreign sovereign immunity litigation under the FSIA 1976, both regarding jurisdictional immunities and immunity from execution. 

The monograph is an in-depth analysis of both the common law history and the final enactment of foreign sovereign immunity in the United States.

The United States’ Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, 1976 has been welcomed by business lawyers in all Anglo-Saxon jurisdictions as a definite progress in terms of litigation practice and transparency as to the evidence rules, and the burden of proof that apply in cases involving foreign sovereign immunity..

The study concludes in demonstrating two distinct rules of the burden of proof, for each kind of immunity; the rules are widely uniform, and were corroborated by case law and scholarly opinion in all of the examined jurisdictions. They can be said to form today rules of international law.

The book can be taken as a reference guide for solving the evidence problems in trials against foreign states before American district courts, and as such is a precious asset in any international law library, especially for business lawyers in the United States and Canada.

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Evidence and Burden of Proof in Foreign Sovereign Immunity Litigation

‘Evidence and Burden of Proof in Foreign Sovereign Immunity Litigation: A Procedural Guide for International Lawyers and Government Counsel’ is the first specialized and practically useful analysis of the evidence problems and the burden of proof in matters of foreign sovereign immunity litigation, both regarding jurisdictional immunities and immunity from execution.

The monograph is a comparative law analysis that spans six of the seven existing national statutes on foreign sovereign immunity, starting with the United States’ Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, 1976, to the Canadian State Immunity Act, 1982.

The study concludes in demonstrating two distinct rules of the burden of proof, for each kind of immunity; the rules are widely uniform, and were corroborated by case law and scholarly opinion in all of the examined jurisdictions. They can be said to form today rules of international law.

The monograph is of high practical value for litigation lawyers and government counsel struggling with evidence problems regarding foreign sovereign immunity. It can be taken as a reference guide for solving the evidence problems in those trials, and as such is a precious asset in any international law library.

The only titles that in scope, depth and size can be compared with the present study are already quite out of date, and they have, if ever, only randomly dealt with the specific procedural problems of evidence and the burden of proof in international sovereign immunity litigation.

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The 12 Angular Points of Social Justice and Peace

The 12 Angular Points of Social Justice and Peace

‘The 12 Angular Points of Social Justice and Peace: Social Policy for the 21st Century,’ Free Audiobook by Peter Fritz Walter.

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‘The 12 Angular Points of Social Justice and Peace: Social Policy for the 21st Century’ presents an articulate peace agenda that contains twelve distinct proposals for reducing violence to a minimum while promoting and encouraging pleasure-seeking behaviors both in children and adults.

The proposals are based upon research evidence of the often overlooked bioenergetic roots of violence demonstrating how the historical turndown of the pleasure function through morality/moralism resulted in an inevitable upsurge of violence through the neurodissociative brain.

Newest research on early tactile deprivation conducted by James W. Prescott, Ashley Montagu, Frederick Leboyer, Michel Odent and others namely shows the correlation between mother-infant affectional bonding, tactile pleasure and breastfeeding for the development of the healthy, neurointegrative brain and the building of peaceful/affectionate behaviors. The most important research results are:
—Violence is learnt, not inborn, and not part of natural human behavior;
—Violence is a response of the biosystem to the denial of pleasure/desire;
—Violence is a collective malfunctioning of a society that replaced love by morality.

The audience for this book is the general public, one one hand, professionals in education and psychiatry, on the other, and last not least government counsel responsible for new ideas in social policy making, and interested to be inspired by a new kind of agenda that does away with ‘moralizing’ and with the age-old belief that the human being was an ‘impossible’ one and had to be bettered, reformed, and ‘civilized.’

The Peace Agenda consists of the following 12 Proposals:
01/12 – Harmless Wrongdoing
02/12 – The Possible Human
03/12 – Fostering Public Sanity
04/12 – Respecting Natural Intimacy
05/12 – Serving Children
06/12 – More Public Education
07/12 – Free Education
08/12 – Politically Neutral Science
09/12 – Humanism and Realism
10/12 – Promoting Pleasure-Seeking Behaviors
11/12 – Male Affection as a Peace Conductor
12/12 – Fostering Permissive Education

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Shamanic Wisdom Meets the Western Mind

Shamanic Wisdom Meets the Western Mind

‘Shamanic Wisdom Meets the Western Mind: An Inquiry into the Nature of Shamanism’—2017 Revised, Updated, Expanded and Reformatted Edition, by Peter Fritz Walter.

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‘Shamanic Wisdom Meets the Western Mind: An Inquiry into the Nature of Shamanism’—2017 Revised, Updated, Expanded and Reformatted Edition—provides a synthesis of realms of knowledge that hitherto were either blinded out from human consciousness or that were seen from a disparaging perspective that is in turn the result of a fragmented perception.

Shamanism, perennial science traditions and modern science have been relegated to different cognitive and experiential realms; they were seemingly different topics, while in reality, they belong systemically together. The need for this book is evident in a time where an intuitive and integrative approach to life is going counter to ‘authoritative’ scientism, and where people begin to build awareness of their multiple fragmentations.

The study is destined to broaden the reader’s awareness for apprehending a network of hidden connections that is spanning the whole gamut of human experience, once one honestly approaches living systems with a mindset that is as much as possible free of conceptual conditioning and intellectual assumptions and projections.

The book is designed to show that at the basis of shamanism, there is not myth and mythology, but empirical and logical behavior that approaches nature without preconceptions, and an open inquisitive mind.

The study outlines the shamanic science paradigm, which is empirical and holistic, and then presents and discusses, as a first-person account, a mind-opening psychedelic voyage of the author through the use of Ayahuasca. Further, the book outlines the person of the warrior-scientist, the shaman, his or her roles, and the scientific nature of their proceedings.

The author presents 20+ years of research on shamanic cultures to find eight specific dynamic patterns of living that characterize their living continuum, and that are the pillars of their peaceful and nature-loving kind of life.

This book provides a truly integrative vision; in this sense, it goes beyond mere science and reveals to be a visionary quest.

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The Leadership I Ching

The Leadership I Ching

‘The Leadership I Ching: Your Daily Companion for Practical Guidance’ (4th Edition, 2018) by Peter Fritz Walter.

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‘The Leadership I Ching: Your Daily Companion for Practical Guidance (4th Edition, 2018)’ is a scholarly yet practical edition of the I Ching both for beginners and seasoned practitioners. The special focus of this divination guide is upon leadership, self-leadership and leading others.

The central concern of the author is to help the reader understand the I Ching from a point of view of decision-making, and as an aid to decision-making. In this sense, the ‘oracle book’ becomes an effective guide for taking action, which can mean bold action, nonaction or retreat. The wisdom is to arrive at right action, in whatever form it has to be carried out.

The difference between the Eastern and the Western approach to leadership is obvious. In the West, only going forward with a project is considered as the correct action to take. Notions such as nonaction or retreat are easily connoted with character weakness or procrastination.

However, such a limited approach can lead one into an impasse and can even potentially be dangerous. This is why the integrated approach developed from timeless wisdom makes much more sense, for it engages one to develop a flexible attitude.

The book comes with a practical guideline how to easily make divinations, it explains the base structure of the I Ching and why it works, and it includes a complete interpretation of all 64 hexagrams.

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Creative-C Learning

Creative-C Learning: The Innovative Kindergarten, by Peter Fritz Walter.

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‘Creative-C Learning: The Innovative Kindergarten’—2017 Revised, Updated and Reformatted Edition—presents a pre-school curriculum for a sane, holistic, brainsmart and systemliterate education of small children. 

The author’s educational approach is tailored to how our brain works and develops from ages 2 to 6. It’s a functional approach, not an idealistic one, based on the actual constitution of the human being, with all the complexity inherent in it.  

The author contends that children are born sane and are rendered more or less insane by an educational system that till now considers the human being as the impossible human, that is, a creature that is basically faulty and has to be improved and upgraded by education, and morality. The present view opposes this age-old educational paradigm and shows that traditional education brings about fragmentation, ignorance and widespread violence.  

The present curriculum emphasizes the natural integrity and wholeness of the small child, who is by nature a systems thinker. The curriculum builds upon this fact and presents a way to raise pre-schoolers in a learning environment that fosters systemic thinking capabilities, so that children become systemliterate at a young age. 

The author also emphasizes the need for teaching emotional awareness to teachers and presents techniques to be applied in the vocational training for early child care workers and pre-school teachers that teach how to cope with stress, and that show the details of the trustbuilding process both between teachers and students and between parents and teachers. 

The audience for this guide are all those involved in educating children, as well as educational policy makers, also parents, educational associations, politicians, pediatricians and child psychologists, and also the lay public, especially those who are looking for a new way to educate children now and in the future.

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The Better Life

The Better Life: Transforming Yourself from Inside Out, Audible Audiobook by Peter Fritz Walter.

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‘The Better Life: Transforming Yourself from Inside Out’ is a self-help book that teaches you the use of your subconscious mind to steer your life in alignment with your higher purpose, and how to adjust your thinking process so as to attract harmonious conditions, success, and wealth. 

Initially the result of a wisdom quest the author engaged in after having lost more than one third of his fortune in an unlucky real estate investment, the book shows how to apply some of the teachings of the ancient stoics in order to overcome all and every possible personal challenges and crisis situations to come out on top, and recover both emotionally and financially. 

The intention behind this book is to share helpful and practically useful methods the author applied to bring a new balance in his shaken life, and to live life more consciously, more happily, with more gratitude, and a stronger grounding in the present.

Furthermore, the author explains the creative process with many practical and biographical examples, and teaches techniques such as creative writing, affirmative prayer, and spontaneous art. Besides, topics such as positive parenting, health, making friends, and success strategies are covered in this uncanny selfhelp guide that comes with an extensive bibliography and Q & A sessions after each of the 9 chapters.

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