Joined 12 years ago from Colorado
I am a great admirer of Wilhelm Reich and his work. I have been using his inventions and therapeutic techniques to keep myself healthy for a long time. Disappointed with all the misinformation about his work, I eventually became motivated to fight back against the lies by spreading the truth about his work.
All of my information can be fact-checked against Reich's books, and you are encouraged to go read his work for yourself so you can make an informed opinion. There is a lot of misinformation and baloney being spread out there about Reich's work, unfortunately. In the end, the one you can trust the most is the man himself, through the books he left behind.
12 years ago
The Orgone accumulator is a device invented by the famous psychoanalyst and researcher, Wilhelm Reich, whose theories about the role of sexual health in the human condition played an instrumental role in his treatment of patients. Orgone energy is...
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