The Practice of Medical Orgone Therapy in Anti-Authoritarian Society

Charles Konia, M.D.
Reprinted from the Journal of Orgonomy, Vol. 43 No. 2
The American College of Orgonomy


With the transformation of society from authoritarian to anti-authoritarian there has been a shift in the pattern of armor in the general population, with greater armor in the ocular segment at the expense of muscular armor. This shift has resulted in greater anxiety, impulsive behavior, a tendency to rely on street drugs and alcohol to self-medicate and greater unsatisfied behavior in the form of pornography (voyeurism) and secondary layer sexuality (sadism, masochism, polymorphous perversity, and so on). These behavioral changes have required changes in the therapeutic approach of the medical orgonomist although the goal of therapy remains unchanged.

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