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John July 16, 2011 at 3:37 pm

Brilliant Melissa. I’m glad I agree with everything you say!

Cory July 18, 2011 at 11:31 am

Your most ingenious post yet. Fact, not opinion.

You’re like the Jonathan Swift of blogging.

I heard a quote this morning from filmmaker/musician Ben Stewart:

“Intellect is just a choice between A and B.”

I had to think about that one for a second before I heard the truth in it.

A will kill B, or vice versa, before they see that there’s a C that is actually a superior position to both. But everyone always thinks they’ve weighed out all the “facts” to come to their highly intellectual opinion.

I like the way you put an emphasis on “consensus” as being the overarching fact of the moment. That idea deserves a full post.

Artisan July 20, 2011 at 10:42 am

This is great, I agree with you and therefore you are controlling my mind :) I love it.

It’s so true though. Have you ever visited a forum on controversial topics? Just read through the attempts at “debate” and it turns into an illustration of your posting above.

Great work!

Melissa Karnaze July 20, 2011 at 6:21 pm

Thanks for the feedback guys!

Cory, yes the consensus issue is a complex one, and of course very relevant today. One of the many neat things about the internet is that the “consensus” is sort of bleeding out into alternative or counter-cultural outlets, such that the dominant mass media isn’t the only channel shaping expectations about “what” the consensus is.

Artisan, from my many speculations on internet “debates,” it’s always fascinating how being “right” is valued more than actually learning something from the “opposition” — especially so as to strengthen your *own* arguments.

Artisan July 21, 2011 at 9:16 am

Melissa,

Very true, it’s typically not what we can learn from someone else, or so it seems when observing “debates” online, but how well we can convince others that we’re so awesome. Do you know forums like these, or rather, aren’t most of them all the same?

Karma Gyatso August 27, 2011 at 6:10 am

Ah…I must say….excellent article Melissa and also an excellent site. Perhaps I should have read more of your site before unwittingly making comments in a genuine attempt to discuss your articles on mindfulness.

What are your views on people who purposively do not provide any support or references for their “opinions”, knowingly post disrespectful comments and evade directly answering questions just to to consolidate their own personal construct – have you noticed this – they try to poke a reaction out of people who question their opinions in an attempt to obtain a preconcieved/controlled reaction which boosts their personal construct so that they do not have to question it. Although it is underhanded wrt the other participants in the discussion, it is clearly an interesting way to control discussions if that is what they are trying to do and they are in complete awareness of their mindful construct (ego) – a bit like mind control I suppose?- However, if they don’t recognise they are doing it their ego is clearly out of control and I think they need help don’t you?- .
PS – I think a lot of the discussions on this site especially to do with mindfulness are assuming that the ego of western psychology means the same as ego as defined in the East – such as in Buddhism – whereas I have always understood them as two very different things and the distinction is very important – do you have any views in this?

Melissa Karnaze August 27, 2011 at 9:41 am

Karma, in light of this and your most recent comment, I’ll simplify the dynamic on this website:

1. I offer my opinion in the form of an article
2. Readers can share their opinions/reactions in the form of comments

That’s it. Nowhere is it stated that I will agree with all comments, or defend the points I made in the articles. I’m not (that) interested in what people-who-want-to-argue-with-me or tell me I’m confused or wrong think; I’m more interested in those readers who (even partially) get what I’m saying and have gotten value out of the articles. I’m not writing to convince *you* that your views on mindfulness are dysfunctional; I’m writing to potentially validate other people, like Anon, who get what I’m saying and/or need or want some extra support and clarity on the topic(s) and/or have an open mind.

“What are your views on people who purposively do not provide any support or references for their “opinions”, knowingly post disrespectful comments and evade directly answering questions just to to consolidate their own personal construct – have you noticed this – they try to poke a reaction out of people who question their opinions in an attempt to obtain a preconcieved/controlled reaction which boosts their personal construct so that they do not have to question it.”

Now, from you most recent comment, it seems that you’re insinuating that my articles do this. Is that so? Because if so, this is not a genuine question, but more reminiscent of a veiled personal attack, in which case I won’t respond.

“I think a lot of the discussions on this site especially to do with mindfulness are assuming that the ego of western psychology means the same as ego as defined in the East – such as in Buddhism – whereas I have always understood them as two very different things and the distinction is very important – do you have any views in this?”

Yes, the two concepts are different, but also similar. Freud termed the ego as that part of us that can and does try to reconcile the different tendencies of the id and supergo. In that sense, ego strength is “good.”

Yet in pop psychology (not academic treatment of the ego concept, which is rooted in psychoanalytic theory), ego is in many ways an opposing concept to what Freud actually proposed, and is “bad.”

If we’re talking about Buddhist psychology, then there is no “true” self, and the self-concept is just something that we cling to. However, Buddha wasn’t against having any self-concept, because we do need a conventional sense of self in order to function in a society full of other people.

It’s the New Age or religious branch of Buddhism that clings to the term ego, as a, if not the, root of evil. I haven’t come across the term ego in academic Buddhist psychology writings — which is different from other Buddhist writings in that any spiritual or religious component is stripped.

To learn more about my views of the mainstream use of the term ego (which collapses across the New Age/Buddhist and pop psychology versions), you can browse the archive for related articles.

Karma Gyatso August 27, 2011 at 11:41 am

Thank you for your response Mellisa – especially the explanations of the different interpretations of the ego.

I do feel I am always criticising you – although I do wish I didn’t have to. Also, having read your previous comment I do think your motivations are probably genuine but misguided- and your comments still concern me:

“I’m not (that) interested in what people-who-want-to-argue-with-me or tell me I’m confused or wrong think; I’m more interested in those readers who (even partially) get what I’m saying and have gotten value out of the articles. I’m not writing to convince *you* that your views on mindfulness are dysfunctional; I’m writing to potentially validate other people, like Anon, who get what I’m saying and/or need or want some extra support and clarity on the topic(s) and/or have an open mind.”

Exactly what you have said there worries me greatly – some people are not trying to just argue with you for the sake of arguing nor are they trying to convince you that your wrong – they are posting opinions so that participants in a discussion have a balanced view – otherwise what’s the point in commenting just to say I agree with everything you say – apart from boosting Mellisa’s ego? Do you think you have an open mind in validating only people who “get you”?

Also, it’s concerns me greatly if you think you are helping people like Anon by validating them just because they agree with what you say – I am not specifically speaking about Anon here, but you have no knowledge of the mental state of the person your validating – you don’t even know them – that can be extremely dangerous when dealing with the mental health of people, especially when dealing with issues like trauma – you can’t even contemplate what that validation will mean to a person. I am not saying this to win an argument I am merely hoping you will bear this in mind before simply validating people because they agree with you and disprespecting people who don’t agree. That is a closed mind with an over-inflated ego.

Unfortunately, you have declined to answer my question “What are your views on people who purposively do not provide any support or references for their “opinions”, knowingly post disrespectful comments …..that they do not have to question it.” This was merely an observation of mine on the topic being discussed – however, if the cap fits, wear it.

I discovered you website thinking it would provide balanced and open discussion on topics such as mindfulness – unfortunately, I have found it to be closed minded and misinformative with no basis whatsoever and disrespectful, anti Buddhist and potentially dangerous to the mental health of vulnerable people.

As you can imagine I am intending to bow out of commenting and for all those who continue to comment on your articles …well that’s up to them, but I very much hope that no vulnerable people are hurt by your concept of “online therapy” – i.e. just telling them that their perception of what you are saying is valid because they agree with you – that frightens me just typing it.

Karma Gyatso August 27, 2011 at 1:33 pm

….sorry – one last thing – I know you have a disclaimer on your site(before you simply refer me to that) but I have represented vulnerable people with mental health problems and my wife is a cousellor and pschotherapist and I can assure you the more mentally vulnerable a person is the less likely they are to look for and if they find it read a disclaimer – let’s be honest, the disclaimer is on your site to protect you not visitors to your site.

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