The purpose of this self-help program is to provide a manual to help you learn how to work with your mind and brain to think.
A good first step is to learn about the brain and the brain’s processes so that you can influence your mind.
Let’s try to see how learning the ways that you do, or have the potential to, experience the world can enhance your life.
There are some basic techniques that can help to get into an optimal state of mind for implementing the various tools in self-help.
The purpose of this section is to assist you with regulating your stress.
The concepts and tools in this section about self-directed Neuroplasticity are a modified version of the work of Dr. Rick Hanson’s.
One must build up psychological resilience by countering the automatic negativity bias.
The likelihood of us being alive, talking, breathing, laughing, or anything else.
This section involves self-exploration of various domains in your life that are based on your present needs.
Now we go on to learning how to further facilitate you identifying the contents of your implicit memories…
The way to change your automatic beliefs is through more adaptive experiences – not solely thinking – but involving action, a situational context, thinking, relational, and emotional aspects.
This section provides a complete experiential exercise in a template for how to change implicit memory.
This section involves assessing and comparing the automatic perceptions with more context and what aligns with your values, priorities, and present capabilities.
This sub-section involves assessing and comparing the automatic perceptions with seeing the world as it is in its context and what aligns with your values, priorities, and present capabilities.
This chapter provides the tools to assist you when changing implicit memory is not a question of what is realistic, but instead a question of what is a more helpful and constructive belief that you would like to cultivate.
If there is a problem that needs to be solved in the world that does not fall under misperceptions related to individuation.