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Why God Is A Part Of Psychiatry

God is a part of psychiatry, psychology, psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, and all of the other behavioral sciences and behavioral quasisciences because they all include the concept of the theos (see http://uspsych.org/2012/06/20/a-theos-is-something-with) and God is one example of a theos.

Whether God is the supreme (best) theos is beyond the scope, arguably (it can be argued both ways), of the mind sciences (behavioral sciences, which include psychiatric science, not psychiatry, and behavioral quasisciences, which include psychiatry).  I will say, in passing, that I believe that God is the supreme theos and I explain at American Theists why I believe this to be the case.

God Versus The Collective Unconscious

God is the God of the Bible.  The collective unconscious is a generalizing concept based on mountains of empirical, psychological data.

Both God and the collective unconscious share all of the same attributes.  Therefore, they are one and the same.  To be clear, the biblical description of God is the full description of God.

Now, reality is the intention (actually, intentions) of God.  Therefore, it is also correct to say that reality is the “intention” (note quotes [indicating “virtual intention” since, by definition, the collective unconscious is not a being {more elsewhere <see The “Bisconti Jung Proof”> and later}]) of the collective unconscious.