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Wilhelm Reich and the Function of the Orgasm; Great Minds Series, Vol. 11 - the 2017 revised, updated and reformatted edition - is a study about one of the greatest authorities on the discovery of the bioenergy for modern science and medical science.
The author understands his engagement for Reich as a contribution to the rehabilitation of one of the greatest but also one of the most misunderstood scientists of the 20th century.
"Reich’s Greatest Discoveries" is a science essay about Wilhelm Reich's unique orgone research, a new branch of science that at present gains importance because it has shown us ways out of the ecological impasse.
Wilhelm Reich, as early as in 1945, achieved complete healing of a female schizophrenic patient using bioenergetic or, as Reich termed it, orgonotic treatment.
Many know about the groundbreaking work of Ronald David Laing regarding the alternative treatment of schizophrenia. However, small is the number of individuals who have noticed that Wilhelm Reich’s research and mental health treatment approach by far preceded those much more well-known and acclaimed methods.
In fact, Reich achieved remarkable results with simply redirecting the patient’s orgonotic energy flow, which has revolutionized the treatment of schizophrenia.
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- Paul Dion Brooks
Well done Peter Fritz Walter!
all the best ideas and concepts with supplementary perspective. I look forward to reading your other books too. even those you have yet to write...
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- Anonymous User
very informative and interesting
this is an amazing book especially for somebody that is open to broadening their mind with different concepts of The Human Experience and the restrictions of being able to enjoy it fully
A mixed bag
I found that this book gives some insight into Reich’s work and ideas, but in quite a scattered way that makes it hard to put together a clear coherent picture.
Some of the ideas I found interesting, but struggled to see how to gain value or make practical use of them. A lot of the book came across as repeated praise for Reich and his ideas without explaining enough about them to actually understand them fully or make practical use of them.