Psychological imbalances

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Second Brain Psychologypath6475-3-7 views psychological imbalances as an imbalance between the two minds i.e the mind of the brain in the head and the mind of the Second Brain (the brain of the gut) due to an overload of the Emotional Memory of the Second Brain (as described in the book You, Me and Second Brain Psychology by Armando Ingegnieri, in the chapter on page  201 which you can read online).

The Emotional Memory of the Second Brain can get overloaded as a result of negative events of the present, such as losing one’s job, home, financial security, or someone close to us, or as a result of events of the past which caused negative emotions which have not been fully assimilated on the emotional plane.

Psychological imbalances can be expressed in a number of ways, for example as a sense of insecurity, low spirits, procrastination, mood swings, indecision over things or people. They can also affect our general state by making us over-emotional or over-rational.

Treatment with Second Brain Psychologypath6475-3-7 is aimed specifically at reprocessing the emotions that are overloading the Emotional Memory of the Second Brain by interacting with the psyche of the Second Brain. This is why it is so efficient.

We also offer SBP logo_2017 Workshops which allow you to understand how the mind of the Second Brain influences your psyche and how these problems come about. These in-depth Workshops guide you into a whole new understanding of your psyche and behaviour.  In most cases, simply understanding these mechanisms produces an immediate improvement due to the conscious alignment of the rational mind with the psycho-emotional processes of the mind of the Second Brain. 

Alarm signals – click here for examples of psycho-emotional states and behaviour caused by an overload of the mind of the Second Brain

Click here for examples of symptoms and disorders treated with this method

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