Category Archives: Neuropsychology

Overcoming emotional, physical or mental pain

Overcoming emotional, physical or mental pain. In Cognitive Principle Therapy you can reduce the intensity of pain by allowing energy to flow freely through your body and then using your Observing Self to monitor the flow or the blockage. The technique is to use two sets of principles, comprising three positives and the negative which…
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Four levels of Consciousness

Four levels of Consciousness. In CPM, July, 2020 the identification of the 8th Rule of "Connectiveness versus Separation" gave rise to the 4 levels of consciousness and the origins of "Flow" Level 1- Knowing-Nothing. This is the starting level, before time, space and matter. Level 2-Information-Energy. This arose from level 1 and refers to connecting…
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The 8th RULE of CPTherapy

The 8th RULE of Cognitive Principle Therapy. Connectedness versus Separation: Connectedness: Connectedness of the Real self is in [B.A.D], Balance, Alignment and Direction within self, to allow the state of optimum flow of energy and information. Where the Task Positive Network [conscious mind], voluntarily gives up control [as in meditation] to allow the Default Mode…
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The three Polyvagal nerves

According to Polyvagal theory the three nerves which control your emotions are: 1. Sympathetic-Fight [Anger] Flight[Anxiety] 2 Parasympathetic -Dorsal -Freeze [Depression] 3. Parasympathetic-Ventral -Engagement [Safety & Calm] In Homo-Erectus, 1.9million years ago these nerves existed to keep us safe and still do today. Polyvagal theory says that 80% come from the bottom up and 20%…
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