Like most of the English language, there are several definitions for the term Psyche. I have to combine two definitions according to Dictionary.com. Psyche describes the mental or psychological structure of a person, especially as a motive force, including the soul or spirit. I believe that the psychological structure of a person exists in their mind, which is both a part of one’s DNA and a part of their integrated past lives. As a metaphysical psychologist I study a person’s family to understand a person’s Psyche. When I look for a person’s Psyche I need to look at a person’s family of origin from both roots. I need to know the Psyche of parents to have a true understanding of the child’s Psyche.
Most people never reach their purest Psyche. We are all blinded by the opinions of others. Most of us try so hard to be accepted by others we mold ourselves based on someone else’s Psyche. When we do not find our inner force, or Godliness, we fail to achieve our perfect spirit or Psyche. I am constantly asking myself if I am trying to satisfy myself or the people I love. It is socially acceptable to live for another, while losing oneself usually loses all associated with self. I love my family but I pray that they will love me for the man God and I are continually trying to find.
My Psyche is my highest self. It is a blueprint of my Godliness and it lies deep within me and is only found through selfless service and prayer and meditation. When I serve others I find my purpose as a child of God. God wants me to find him in my life and live that life loud and proud. When I am asked by those who see the passion and enthusiasm in my life I need only show them the course of action I have found that leads me to my Psyche and hold them accountable for finding their ultimate potential, which is their Psyche. If you want to know where your Psyche is remember…
Your Life is PERFECT!
Dr. Randolph Ek, Mpsy.D.