By Dean Gotcher
Diaprax is man's nature, i.e. sensuousness, i.e. his carnal feelings, his carnal thoughts, and his carnal actions (the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life) being put into social action (praxis). Since Diaprax is that which is common to all mankind, i.e. sensuousness, it is man's common feelings, common thought, and common actions ("theory and practice") being 'rationally' justified and put into common social action (praxis). Thus, Diaprax is common-ism. Common-ism is man's common-collective sensuousness, i.e. his common-collective feelings, common-collective thoughts being 'collectively' justified in consensus and put into common-collective-sensuous-action―social praxis. Diaprax (the same as sensitivity training) is being used in government, in the workplace, in the education system, by neighbors, and even by the church, 'encouraging' you to put Genesis 3:1-6 into praxis (where man first used Diaprax, 'discovering' his common-ism with the creation via. the 'justification' of sensuousness over and against righteousness).
Until you understand the method of Diaprax, the dialectical process and how it is put into practice (praxis), you will not be able to understand what has happened to America over the past 60 years. You will not understand what is happening to change the world around you into a "New" world order. You will not understand how the church has been seduced, deceived, and manipulated into participation with the "New" world order. Be sure to read the article "Diaprax: a spiraling process of 'changingness'" in the Articles on Diaprax link for a better understanding of how the process affects a persons faith in God.
Diaprax is an antichrist, anti-scriptural way of thinking. Putting feelings, i.e. sensuousness, between you and God, making God a "feeling," making God's Word subject to human sensuousness―making knowing (where truth is established, spiritual, proceeding from God above, speaking to the soul of man below and therefore must be preached and taught) an opinion, (where all relevant 'truth' is temporal, sensual, subject to the flesh of man and therefore must be dialogued). Diaprax is a heresiarchal paradigm of 'change.' Diaprax is being actively used to 'change' you and the world you live in for the "the common-collective-sensuous 'good'"("good sense") of all (of the 'All').
Humanism and globalism is Diaprax (man's carnal nature) being made into the law of the land. In a world run by Diaprax everyone is guilty until they praxis Diaprax, i.e. until they apply it to their thoughts, embrace it in their hearts, and support it with their actions, they are suspect (as potential 'fascists' or 'terrorists'). All children (and adults) are "at risk" of not experiencing (not participating in and therefore not "becoming" justified in) Diaprax.
Diaprax is "equality of opportunity," where everybody can participate in that which he has in common with all of mankind, i.e. his earthy nature. Diaprax is sensuousness and spontaneity no longer restrained by un-natural, anti-carnal (spiritual) laws. Diaprax is sensuousness and spontaneity emancipated within an "open-ended," "non-directed" environment which is "tolerant of ambiguity."
Diaprax is patricide, i.e. the annihilation of the patriarchal paradigm of 'fixity' by the emancipation of the heresiarchal paradigm of a process of 'change.' Diaprax is incest, i.e. the praxis of consensus, i.e. man worshiping the common-collective sensuous 'moment' of oneness, man united upon an orgiastic, "Dionysian ego which does not negate any more." (Norman O. Brown, Life Against Death.)
Some saw the danger in the use of Diaprax, but never repented: “I’ve been in continuous conflict over this Esalen-type, orgiastic, Dionysian-type education.” (Abraham Maslow The Journals of Abraham Maslow) While others placed all their hopes upon its use: “Consciousness, instead of being the watchman over a dangerous and unpredictable lot of impulses, becomes the comfortable inhabitant of a society of impulses and feelings and thoughts.” “Individuals move not from a fixity through change to a new fixity, though such a process is indeed possible. But [through a] continuum from fixity to changingness, from rigid structure to flow, from stasis to process.” (Carl Rogers On Becoming a Person) With its penetrating focus upon the destruction of the traditional family (the restrainer of sensuousness), Diaprax uses "social, environmental forces to change the parent's behavior toward their children" to where the child's sensuous nature is liberated from the "autocratic" control of the parent―by the parent's 'willful' abdication of their "autocratic" control so as to be in 'good' standing with the "village"―fear of government agencies taking their children away and/or being fined or imprisoned. (Theodor Adorno, The Authoritarian Personality)
Diaprax is man trying to find "peace" with himself and the world (experiencing "positive social change"). "When a man has finally reached the point where he does not think he knows it better than others, that is when he has become indifferent to what they have done badly and he is interested only in what they have done right [permissiveness], then peace and affirmation have come to him." (G. F. W. Hegel, in one of the casual notes preserved at Widener) Diaprax is man liberated from non-human―not of nature―conditions, patriarchal conditions which produce "negative social change," conditions demanding behavior (righteousness) which must be carried out repressing one's own personal feelings (sensuousness) and actions (spontaneity, impulses) and thoughts (carnal). Those who propagate Diaprax first recognize that restraints against sensuousness engenders opposition (antithesis) against the restrainer. They then create conditions to liberate sensuousness, i.e. purifying it and uniting it (synthesis), and then put it into social action (praxis) against non-human (authoritarian) conditions which demand righteousness.
Diaprax is man emancipated from "authoritarian personalities" (parents and God), and their "negative force field" (chastening) i.e. which engenders "neurosis" (feeling guilty for thinking and acting worldly, thereby thinking and acting counter to ones worldly nature). Diaprax is Genesis 3:1-6 emancipating man from Hebrews 12: 5-11, i.e. which engenders Romans 7:14-25. Diaprax is the system of human reasoning, self-justification (the dialectical process of thesis-antithesis-synthesis, i.e. of 'change,' of Hegel and Marx fame, which was first put into praxis in Genesis 3:1-6) which emancipates man from the system of chastening, i.e. a system which produces a peaceful fruit of righteousness and obedience to higher authority (as explained in Hebrews 12:5-11), i.e. which is dialectically correlated as capitalism, i.e. capitulation, i.e. which engenders and justifies the system of judgment, of right and wrong, heaven and hell, upon human nature (as explained in Romans 7:14-25) and thus necessitates mans need for imputed righteousness, i.e. redemption (salvation from human nature and God's judgment upon it), not knowable or accessible through human sensuousness nor human 'reasoning'. According to Diaprax, since the use of chastening (Hebrew 12:5-11, where chastening is used to inculcate obedience toward higher authority, producing a top-down way of thinking―a patriarchal paradigm) produces neurosis (Romans 7:14-25, an order where human nature is made subject to a higher authority than a persons own nature thus making him feel guilty because of his carnal human nature and thus 'forces' him to fight against it), by dialectically ('rationally' ) negating the justification for chastening (by making the act of chastening, i.e. restraining carnal human nature by chastening, making it appear 'irrational' in a 'rapidly changing,' 'post-modern' world) higher authority is negated (is made 'irrelevant') and neurosis (the guilty conscience and "repression") is overcome, i.e. higher authority and the system of rules which inhibit or block human nature (restraining carnal human nature) can be annihilated without a sense of guilt on the part of those 'negating' those who believe in them, i.e. with everyone now 'driven' with the 'purpose' of producing a physically, mentally, and socially healthy world, freed from the system of neurosis, i.e. liberated from the fear of judgment from a Holy and Pure God and the need for repentance before Him, because of man's carnal human behavior. "'Neurosis is a social product, in which the family [is] seen as a primary agent of repressive socialization.'" (Max Horkheimer in Erich Fromm, Marx’s Concept of Man)
Diaprax is the negation of the traditional home. "Thus, for instance, once the earthly family is discovered to be the secret of the holy family, the former must itself be annihilated [vernichtet] theoretically and practically." (Karl Marx Theses On Feuerbach #4) “God is conceived more directly after a parental image and thus as a source of support and as a guiding and sometimes punishing authority.” (Theodor Adorno, The Authoritarian Personality) Diaprax is the negation of the authority of the parent so as to negate the authority of God. If you can not negate belief in God by coming through the front door―outright attack belief, come through the back door―destroy the traditional home which initiates and sustains the system of belief. "Christians" are not persecuted in the soviet system (in the Diaprax system), the system of belief is, i.e. along with the believers who initiate and sustain it.
For Diaprax to be successful no one can escape. Everyone must participate. Everyone must "shift" their paradigm (their way of thinking and acting) from God above (a patriarchal paradigm, where man is to have faith in and obey higher authority, God being the highest authority above man's nature and nature itself) to 'god' below (a heresiarchal paradigm of 'change,' where mankind―man uniting and in harmony with his own sensual nature and with nature itself―is 'god,' i.e. "a society of impulses and feelings and thoughts"). Therefore, no one, neither child nor adult, will be "left behind" until all have participated in Diaprax (all must participate in Diaprax for the health, welfare, and the 'goodness' of all mankind―where 'goodness' is measured by human pleasure liberated and sustained in social action).
Diaprax is the dialectical process (the 'scientific' justification of man's common carnal nature) being put into social practice (social-ism, common-ism). Diaprax is a "rational" process whereby man can recognize and then actualize himself only within that which is of nature (his own and others), 'driven' in the 'purpose' of negating righteousness through the liberation of sensuousness.
Diaprax is the road to Armageddon traveled by all who love this world. Diaprax is a man leaning upon his own understanding, no longer trusting in the Lord with all his heart. (Proverbs 3:5, 6). Diaprax is a 'rational' process whereby a man can 'shift' his paradigm (his way of thinking and acting) from faith to sight; from faith in God to 'faith' in mankind (making sensuousness and experience―"sense experience"―the basis for 'discovering' truth).
Diaprax is a 'science' of human behavior ("behavior science") being put into social action (praxis). Diaprax is the ideology of Marx and Freud united, i.e. the negation of faith in God by the 'resurrection' of human nature. By replacing faith with sight, belief with theory, truth with opinions, righteousness with sensuousness. To have 'faith' in using a scientific method to 'discover' man's nature can only result in having 'faith' in man's carnal nature (science built upon human opinions or theories, treating them as thought they are facts, is not true science―1 Timothy 6:20). Science, when used to 'discover' man's nature, can only 'discover' man's carnal nature (only 'discovering' 'truth,' through dialogue and opinions, i.e. because of the 'remnant' factor, not all fit the mold refusing to bend their knee to the beast system, the repeatable part of true science can never happen in 'behavior science,' therefore making it a counterfeit, deceitful 'science').
Those who praxis Diaprax, 'purpose' to build their "New World Order" ('new' order of the world, as 'new' as Genesis 3:1-6) upon man's carnal nature, 'shifting' all the laws of the land so that they can initiate and sustain ('drive') humanism ('drive' everyone into social-sensual one-ness), thereby creating a world of common-ism, social-ism (where life has no value or worth outside of the collective-sensuous-nature of carnal man). This is the spirit of antichrist, from which the contemporary 'church' emerges (see Articles on Diaprax), an apostate, harlot church 'driven' by the sensuousness of man 'purposed' in the negation of the that which can only come from the Lord, i.e. His righteousness imputed to those who believe in Him, i.e. those who live by faith and not by sight. "And he said, I will hide my face from them, I will see what their end shall be: for they are a very froward [perverse] generation, children in whom is no faith." Deuteronomy 32:20