There are two fundamental aspects of psychiatry. The first is the mental part. That has to do with mental concepts and reactions modified mostly by learning, talking, or psychotherapy. There are many interesting parallels in psychotherapeutic concepts in psychiatry and teachings from the Writings. However, tonight I’m going to talk about the second aspect of psychiatry, the physical. I’ll discuss brain anatomy and functions, major psychiatric conditions and medications and also will discuss some of Swedenborg’s concepts as they relate to present-day ideas.
In the following, I will be presenting a general overview of communications within the body and the central role played by fluids as Swedenborg describes it. I will attempt to relate his ideas to modern concepts and discoveries.
The significance of this concept of causality.
A short note on Swedenborg's procedure in repeating memorabilia