Friday, August 10, 2007


we all play games and are playing games all the time, whether we realise it or not.

there are thousands of games to play and many different levels of game play for each type.

the question one has to ask is; what game am i playing and what level am i playing at.

therin lies the key to psychoanalysis.

most are unaware of the fact that they are part of a game, what the rules are, or whether they are winning or losing.

and that`s why therapy is a necessary service.

to analyse the game and explain the rules.

now i have to play soccer, and the myriad games within................

oh, to be alive. dum-dee-dum-dee-dum.


BBC said...

Yeah, yeah, I read that book many years ago. Monkeys playing games with each other, frigging idiots.

dr.alistair said...

well, we are too, and we have to reconcile the relationship we have to the games we play so that we can know ourselves better.

at least i believe that is important.

BBC said...

Yes, I guess you would.

Anonymous said...

Then can we play head games and play with peoples emotions
and try fucking them up as much as possible then walk with satisfaction!!!

Anonymous said...

then we like to play head games and fuck with peoples feelings and emotions until we feel complete satisfaction and walk away without and not giving a shit

even though prior you tell someone you love them

go figure the game of love

X. Dell said...

One of these days, I'm going to post about a very important game: Prisoner's Dilemna.

But I'm sure there ar other games that have no formal rules or objectives. I'd also say that there are games, and then there are GAMES. After all, there's always something else going on.

dr.alistair said...

all games have formal rules and objectives.

like this one.