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Examples include a "famous psychologist",  a two-page letter from a "practicing physician",  another "famous psychologist",  a "prominent citizen of New York City",  and dozens, if not hundreds, more unverifiable quotations.
Similar scientific studies of questionable validity are also cited. As psychiatrist R. Murphy exclaimed, "All this advertising is vindicated as it were, by a strict cleaving to the side of part truth," and referred to the work and the quoted material as "implausible and woodenly pious". One author called Peale's book "The Bible of American autohypnotism". Murphy writes "Self knowledge, in Mr.
Peale's understanding is unequivocally bad: self hypnosis is good. Murphy describes Peale's understanding of the mind as inaccurate, "without depth", and his description of the workings of the mind and the unconscious as deceptively simplistic and false: "It is the very shallowness of his concept of 'person' that makes his rules appear easy If the unconscious of man So does the reliance on self-hypnosis, which is the cornerstone of Mr.
Peale's philosophy. Ellis has documented in several books the many individuals he has treated who suffered mental breakdowns from following Peale's teachings. Ellis' writings repeatedly warn the public not to follow the Peale message.
Ellis contends the Peale approach is dangerous, distorted, unrealistic. He compares the black or white view of life that Peale teaches to a psychological disorder borderline personality disorder , perhaps implying that dangerous mental habits which he sees in the disorder may be brought on by following the teaching. Peale's views are critically reviewed in a article by psychiatrist R. With saccharine terrorism, Mr.
Peale refuses to allow his followers to hear, speak or see any evil. For him real human suffering does not exist; there is no such thing as murderous rage, suicidal despair, cruelty, lust, greed, mass poverty, or illiteracy.
All these things he would dismiss as trivial mental processes which will evaporate if thoughts are simply turned into more cheerful channels. This attitude is so unpleasant it bears some search for its real meaning. It is clearly not a genuine denial of evil but rather a horror of it. A person turns his eyes away from human bestiality and the suffering it evokes only if he cannot stand to look at it.
By doing so he affirms the evil to be absolute, he looks away only when he feels that nothing can be done about it The belief in pure evil, an area of experience beyond the possibility of help or redemption, is automatically a summons to action: 'evil' means 'that which must be attacked In child-rearing it drives parents into trying to obliterate rather than trying to nurture one or another area of the child's emerging personality In international relationships it leads to war.
As soon as a religious authority endorses our capacity for hatred, either by refusing to recognize unpleasantness in the style of Mr Peale or in the more classical style of setting up a nice comfortable Satan to hate, it lulls our struggles for growth to a standstill Thus Mr Peale's book is not only inadequate for our needs but even undertakes to drown out the fragile inner voice which is the spur to inner growth.
In his article "Confidence Man", Meyer writes, "In more classic literature, this sort of pretension to mastery has often been thought to indicate an alliance with a Lower rather than a Higher power. Meyer writes this exaggerated fear inevitably leads to aggression: "Battle it is; Peale, in sublime betrayal of the aggression within his philosophy of peace, talks of 'shooting' prayers at people. It is important to see the difference: Is Positive Psychology just positive thinking warmed over?
Positive Psychology has a philosophical connection to positive thinking, but not an empirical one. The Arminian Heresy discussed at length in the notes for Chapter 5 is at the foundations of Methodism, and Norman Vincent Peale's positive thinking grows out of it. Positive Psychology is also tied at its foundations to the individual freely choosing, and in this sense both endeavors have common roots. But Positive Psychology is also different in significant ways from positive thinking, in that Positive Psychology is based on scientific accuracy while positive thinking is not, and that positive thinking could even be fatal in the wrong circumstances.
First, positive thinking is an armchair activity. Positive Psychology, on the other hand, is tied to a program of empirical and replicable scientific activity. Second, Positive Psychology does not hold a brief for positivity. There is a balance sheet, and in spite of the many advantages of positive thinking, there are times when negative thinking is to be preferred.
Although there are many studies that correlate positivity with later health, longevity, sociability, and success, the balance of the evidence suggests that in some situations negative thinking leads to more accuracy.
Where accuracy is tied to potentially catastrophic outcomes for example, when an airplane pilot is deciding whether to de-ice the wings of her airplane , we should all be pessimists. With these benefits in mind, Positive Psychology aims for the optimal balance between positive and negative thinking.
Third, many leaders in the Positive Psychology movement have spent decades working on the "negative" side of things. Positive Psychology is a supplement to negative psychology, not a substitute. Learned optimism, in contrast, is about accuracy" Ibid, page Another difference experts noted was that though Seligman describes his positive psychology as a self-empowering program completely within the ability of the individual to achieve on his or her own, experts described positive thinking as disempowering to the individual and a religion of weakness, where individuals are told by Peale they cannot overcome their negative circumstances without his autosuggestive "techniques," which he claims will give them the power of God.
As Donald Meyer quotes Peale as saying, "No man, however resourceful or pugnacious, is a match for so great an adversary as a hostile world.
He is at best a puny and impotent creature quite at the mercy of the cosmic and social forces in the midst of which he dwells. Pantheon books, , p. Meyer adds that the proof that positive thinking cannot work is that according to Peale, even with God's power on one's side, one still cannot face negative reality, which is always stronger.
Meyer, like Seligman, notes that such unrealistic thinking by a positive thinker could easily be fatal. Faith that you could defeat an opponent who could run faster than you would be contemptible since it could only mean you expected God to lend you power He refused to lend your opponent or that you hoped your opponent lacked self-knowledge, lacked faith, and hence failed to use his real powers.
Such faith could be fatal if it led you into competitions it would be fatal to lose. As for those competitions where luck or accident or providence might decide, certainly the faith which looked to luck or accident or providence would be contemptible, and also possibly fatal Ibid, p.
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Krumm, criticized Peale and the "heretical character" of his teaching on positive thinking. Krumm cites "the emphasis upon techniques such as the repetition of confident phrases Very little is said about the sovereign mind and purpose of God; much is made of the things men can say to themselves and can do to bring about their ambitions and purposes. Anything which corrupts the gospel hurts Christianity.
And it hurts people too.
It helps them to feel good while they are evading the real issues of life. Redbook magazine, September , pp. God becomes sort of a master psychiatrist who will help you get out of your difficulties. The formulas and the constant reiteration of such themes as "You and God can do anything" are very nearly blasphemous. Bromley Oxnam, a Methodist bishop in Washington D. There just aren't that many openings.
This kind of preaching is making Christianity a cult of success. They keep coming back for more. It keeps their minds on a superficial level and encourages emotional dependency. It is an escape from reality.
People under stress do one of two things; seek shelter or respond to harsh reality by a deeper recognition of what they are up against. The people who flock to the 'peace of mind' preachers are seeking shelter. They don't want to face reality Ibid, p. In spite of the attacks, Peale did not resign from his church, though he repeatedly threatened that he would.
He also never directly challenged or rebutted his critics. Meanwhile, his book The Power of Positive Thinking had stopped selling by ,  As Donald Meyer noted, at first It was evident that Peale had managed to tap wide audiences formed by prolonged changes in the tone and morale of American society, for whom the coherence of Protestantism even as late as the early twentieth century was not enough.
His attackers did not fall short of declaring his Protestantism non-existent.
Peale survived. As he himself recounted it, he found himself stunned by the attacks. Editia a II-a - - elefant. Ea nu emite pretentia de a avea o cal. Teolog de renume mondial, York, Prentice-Hall, Inc. Peale, Norman Vincent. The Power of Positive Thinking - makemoneywithpyxism. Hundreds have read, listened, and practiced, and the results are Forta gandirii pozitive - Norman Vincent Peale ; Cea mai buna carte a sa, Forta gindirii pozitive, s-a vandut in mai mult de 15 milioane de exemplare si s-a tradus in patruzeci de limbi.
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Personalitatea lor tanjeste dupa respect Forta gandirii pozitive - Norman Vincent Peale - editura Autor Norman Vincent Peale. Ea nu emite pretentia de a avea o calitate literara exceptionala, nici nu cauta sa faca dovada eruditiei meleWill be grateful for any help! They offer a cheap 'happiness' in lieu of the joy Christianity can offer, sometimes in the midst of suffering.
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