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Reconciling Science and Mysticism
We welcome you on your new journey. And for you, life has just begun. We promise you that this will be the most exciting, extraordinary, unique, and rewarding endeavor you could have possibly engaged in right here and right now. Your interest in personal growth and advancement, and the development of your Self and your Higher Conscientiousness is an indication that your time has come to stop coping and to start thriving. So, let us welcome you as your new journey has just begun. 

Please read carefully and follow the directions as indicated. This program is comprehensive, and it consists of the following: 


The Damaging Effect of Psychiatry and Psychiatric Drugs on the Brain

Permanent muscle twitching from antipsychotics: Tardive Dyskinesia and Tardive Dystonia
It’s been known since the 1950’s that the family of psychiatric drugs called antipsychotics — also known as neuroleptics — can lead to involuntary muscular movements that can often be permanent. Among these are the “TD’s,” which stands for both Tardive Dyskinesia and Tardive Dystonia. Since the 1990’s, the psychiatric industry has reassured the public that newer neuroleptics cause far less TD. However, now that the data is in, more recent medical studies show that the rate for TD caused by newer antipsychotics is “more similar” to the rate by the older antipsychotics than the the medical field generally believed. That means that the mental health industry has falsely reassured millions of people since the 1990’s that their risk of TD is lower than reality. TD can range from mild twitches, to extremely disfiguring spasms.  

The word "shrink" means: To make smaller. Psychiatric pharmaceuticals can destroy the brain, by attacking the cells in the nervous system. 

Countless medical studies by researchers have definitively shown that the use of "neuroleptic" psychiatric drugsknown as antipsychotics, is associated with structural changes and damages to the brain. Changes in brain cells and damages to the brain structure more often than not result in dysfunction of the neurotransmitters. These are chemical compounds or substances that are responsible for carrying, transferring, and processing, impulses (messages or signals) in the brain. This nervous system dysfunction can result in psychosis, including visual and auditory  hallucination, delusion, and paranoia. Those drugs are also prone to result in neuromuscular disorders, with symptoms that include:    

  • Muscle weakness that can lead to twitching, cramps, aches and pains
  • Muscle loss
  • Involuntary muscle movement 
  • Loss of balance 
  • Numbness, tingling and burning sensations
  • Droopy eyelids
  • Double and blurry vision
  • Trouble swallowing
  • Trouble breathing
  • Death

Scientific article: Neuroleptic (antipsychotic) drugs may cause cell death.

This medical research revealed that the neuroleptics (also known as antipsychotics) may not only shrink the brain, but cause actual cell death. People diagnosed with dementia have been found to be particularly susceptible to brain cell damage caused by the use of antipsychotic medication or neuroleptics.


Neuroleptic psychiatric drugs apparently impact brain cell numbers.

Here’s a follow-up study to the other study of monkeys given neuroleptics (see related content below), “Effect of Chronic Exposure to Antipsychotic Medication on Cell Numbers in the Parietal Cortex of Macaque Monkeys”

A Conversation With Nancy C. Andreasen


The New York Times reports an extremely important discussion with psychiatrist and neuroscientist Nancy C. Andreasen. In he conversation, Prof. Andreasen speaks out about her findings that neuroleptic psychiatric drugs (also known as “antipsychotics”) are leading to significant brain atrophy — or shrinkage — in patients. 


A new study piblished in the Los Angeles Times finds that one the fastest-growing classes of prescription drugs in the United States is linked to shrinkage in the brains of those who take it, raising some new questions about the widening use of antipsychotic medications.


Ron Unger: Latest News on Brain Tissue Shrinkage from Antipsychotic Drugs

Ron Unger, chair of MindFreedom Lane County affiliate, is a full time mental health counselor, who has raised concerns about the way the neuroleptic or “antipsychotic” psychiatric drugs have been linked to shrinkage of brain tissue.


Medical articles on neuroleptic brain damage

These are a few of the many mainstream medical articles indicating that using neuroleptic psychiatric drugs (also known as antipsychotics) can lead to significant structural brain damage. 


Archives of General Psychiatry: Neuroleptics Shrink Brain Volume

An article in the February 2011 Archives of General Psychiatry, “Long-term Antipsychotic Treatment and Brain Volumes” by Ho, Andreasen, et al. describes a study that points to antipsychotic drugs as a major cause of brain shrinkage. The study found that over 7 to 14 years, “More antipsychotic drug treatment, including duration and intensity, was linked to greater declines in brain volume. Severity of disease, alcohol and illegal drug use had no effect.”


We have been engaged in filing legislation to reverse this dangerous trend: 
Bill SD.2332191st (Current)
An Act to protect public health, promote accountability and prevent the violation of individual rights through the misuse, abuse and the violation of law:  https://malegislature.gov/Bills/191/SD2332. 


1. Emergency 24/7 Crisis Management and Intervention (20 to 45 Minute Sessions as may be appropriate)

2. A Monthly Plan of 4 Weekly One-on-One 30 to 45 Minutes Regularly Scheduled Sessions 

3. One-Time As Needed Consult-and-Counsel Session During Business Hours - 30 min. Session 8:00 Am to 10:00 PM EST)

4. Subscription to the Life and Self-Mastery Periodical ($65) Annually

Three Issues:

April 1, 2018

August 1, 2018

December 1, 2018 

5. Full Courses of Study and Services:

A Comprehensive and Inclusive All-of-the-Above Course of Learning - Crisis Intervention, Mentoring, Consult and Guidance, plus Subscription to the Periodical Including 1 Through 4 Above 

 

6. In-Person Service Is Offered by Appointment Only (45 minutes) from Coast to Coast Including Emergency Services which Are Offered Primarily 
Remotely. 

7. On-location service(s) [Half day (3 hours) - Full Day (6 hours) - [May vary depending on group size]. This service requires scheduling arrangements and information as to the service(s) sought. For examples, is this service being requested for one person, a family, or a group? We will travel to your location to work with you, your spouse, your entire family, or a group you work with. The dollar amount to be paid will depend on the type of service(s) needed, and the number of people who will receive services. Please note that for this/these very specific on-location service(s), you will be responsible for covering the cost of our travel, and payment must be received prior to making any travel arrangements. 


8. Monthly Online Tutorials Are Free of Charge to All Clients at 8:00 PM EST on the First of Each Month 


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  1. Payment ensures that you can access the tutorial.
  2. Telephone sessions must be paid prior to calling for services.
  3. Refunds are NOT made toward services other than the periodical.
  4. Payment made toward the periodical may be refunded if cancellation is received 30 days prior to the distribution date.
  5. Missed sessions can be made up upon notification and make appropriate arrangements. All training sessions missed within a given month must be made up within the same month.
  6. The monthly training entitles registrants to four sessions scheduled monthly on the specific days and times that are most convenient for them to receive counsel and study.
  7. All participants will be required to complete a preliminary assessment questionnaire to allow them to begin learning at their own level and to immediately start employing the skills and techniques learned effectively in their day-to-day lives.

*Services must be paid in advance. We offer scaled down fees based on needs and income. Any service or session cancelled on our end will be fully refunded.

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We cannot guarantee that we will be able to provide makeup services on the days and times most convenient for you. Although, we will strive to accommodate your schedule and needs. However, we will strive to offer make-up time, If the missed service or session(s) was due to an illness, an emergency, or a situation beyond your control.

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The Works of Hippocrates: Books of Medicine 1553/4,-Bukowskis (460 BCE-ca.370...)

Emotion and Disease: The Balance of Passions
National Library of Medicine

According to Soranus of Ephesus, a Greek gynecologist of the 2nd century AD, the first biographer of Hippocrates and the primary source of information on the man known today as the father of modern medicines, a great deal of  the information that has been circulated about the life of  Hippocrates is false. Born in Kos in 460 BC., from a prominent Greek family, Hippocrates wrote a collection of 59 books, a record of his theories, observations, discoveries, teaching, and healing. These include seminars, studies, notes and philosophical essays all involving medicine. He studied medicine at the famous Asclepion in Kos and practiced on the island before his belief that his peers of the time were misled, urged him to travel to other places, not only to teach them about his in clean air, water and sun, but also to expand his knowledge. He died in 377 BC. at the age of 83.    

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Preparing for Remote or Online Assessment - Tutorial and Classes


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Part A. Situational Judgment Assessment

The Situational Judgment Assessment requires that you read through a series of scenarios that place you in realistic situations that people encounter in life. You will be asked to select an option based on how you would most likely respond or least likely respond in each situation. The following are multiple choice questions:

Question 1:

You are a member of a project team in your office. During a project meeting, a colleague gives you a task that you do not feel qualified or trained to handle. Which of the following actions are you most likely to take?

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Question 2: 

You are a member of a project team in your office. During a project meeting, a colleague gives you a task that you do not feel qualified or trained to handle. Which of the following actions are you least likely to take? 

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Question 3:

One of your customers has arrived at your office and wishes to speak with your supervisor, who is not at her desk right now. The customer is frustrated because she has left several messages on your supervisor’s voicemail in the past week and has not received a call in return. You know that your supervisor is attending a meeting that will last for at least another hour. Which of the following actions are you most likely to take? 

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Question 4:

One of your customers has arrived at your office and wishes to speak with your supervisor, who is not at her desk right now. The customer is frustrated because she has left several messages on your supervisor’s voicemail in the past week and has not received a call in return. You know that your supervisor is attending a meeting that will last for at least another hour. Which of the following actions is you least likely to take? 

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Part B. Life Experience Assessment

The Life Experience Assessment contains questions involving work- and education-related experiences.


In this assessment, you will be instructed to select one answer from among the alternatives presented. Some questions will tell you to consider your experience in working with and relating to others in a work setting. If you are not currently employed, then you will be instructed to answer questions based on experiences you may have had in previous jobs, or in your academic pursuits.


No special training or experience is required to answer these questions. When completing this assessment, remember: 

  • Do not skip questions; it is in your best interest to answer every question. 
  • A response of “I don’t know” means that you would expect the other person not to know or to have no basis for              making a judgment if asked to describe you.
  • The term “peer” refers to co-workers, classmates, or other close associates. 

Please note: There is no right or wrong answer. Do your best to be as accurate in your answers as possible, as your progress and success in this program will depend on the point at which we understand and determine that you are starting.  Your answers to these questions will allow us to provide you with a tailor-made training experience in all respect and at all stages of program.

Part C. Life Experience Questions

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