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Why do people commit suicide?

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Nu-Rekall™ Mind Science Technologies
Henderson, Nevada USA
May 31, 2016

Why do people commit suicide?

The question why do people commit suicide shouldn’t include ‘Why’, it should be replaced with how! How makes more sense, as survivors really want to know how someone could bypass the most primal and basic of all human instincts: the ‘survival instinct’!  The survival instinct is present in all humans and is an innate characteristic of the unconscious mind.  

When a suicide happens the survivors want to know how someone could mentally cross the line between sanity and what they perceived to be as insanity.  Mostly, it is because those individuals that they knew who committed suicide seemed sane, and incapable of such a heinous act.  Mortality and sanity is in question for those left behind.

To better understand the situation let’s compartmentalize the mind. The five main parts have different functions, and laws governing them.  The mind is separated into these five main components: Subconscious, Critical, Conscious, Unconscious, and Psychosis minds.  

Sigmund Freud theorized that all human decision making was based on the probable outcome that we would either receive pleasure or avoid pain.  In order to determine if a situation and/or circumstance would result in one of the later we first must look into our past memories looking for sensory stimuli similar to current conditions.  Memories get stored into one of two categories; love, or fear.  And, as they’re being recorded the memories also get attached to an emotion.  Memories also have a hierarchy in order to Que us to the awareness of basic instincts required for propagating the species and survival; sex, food, and danger.  Hierarchy can also be defined as the intensity level of an emotional state at the time of an experience.  

We need memories to be in our consciousness with a high level of awareness that have anything to do with primal instincts relating to sex, food and danger.  But, sometimes we have experiences that are outside the scope of our usual life experience and these memories also get stored in our consciousness, and these types of experiences are called ‘Memory Trauma’.

In order for a memory to get stored in the consciousness it must exceed a level 4 on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being the most intense.  Once a memory has been given an intensity level it will never increase in intensity, but it can attach to new memories having an accumulative higher level of hierarchy.  Intensity remains constant until memories are transformed utilizing the naturally occurring phenomena governing memory hierarchy.

If a memory, memories are stored in ‘packets’ of 15 minutes or less, either through accumulative or initial intensity exceeds a level 8 the conscious mind loses the ability to contain it, and these memories encroach into the unconscious mind.  The unconscious mind is protective and reactive.  The unconscious mind also stores the primal programming of the ‘Survival Instinct’.  But, with ‘Memory Trauma’ we are not initiating the fight or flight survival instinct to protect us against external forces, it is ourselves.

So, if we have a ‘Memory Trauma’, or intense emotional suffering, and want to transform the cause, which is past experiences stuck in the hierarchy of the mind, how do we do it?

Nu-Rekall™ mind science technologies

Working in the field of Human Behavioral Modification, Matthew Dovel discovered a blueprint that controls mind mechanics.

The cure for intense emotional suffering: Nu-Rekall™ a noninvasive system facilitated by trained professionals and/or through self-help gives us the ability to change a hierarchy of any targeted memory.  With Nu-Rekall™, changing a targeted 'Memory Trauma' hierarchy is done by changing the intensity level.  When the intensity level is changed in a 'Memory Trauma' it free falls out of the conscious mind into the subconscious over a 24 hour period thus, no longer conflicting with the primal instinct.

There have been three types of 'Memory Trauma' identified at this time that require three different types of treatment.  Nu-Rekall™ addresses all three types of 'Memory Trauma': suppressed, conscious, and conditioned.  These procedures were developed, tested, and endorsed over a ten year process working directly with those with suicidal ideation, depression, anxiety, P.T.S.D. and other unwanted coping mechanisms.  Nu-Rekall is quick, easy, noninvasive, and permanent.

Moving beyond testing, and into the demonstration phase, Nu-Rekall™ is changing the way we view mental illness, and what you can do to help.

Since November 2014, International Suicide Prevention a 501(c)(3) public charity nonprofit has been helping over 200 individuals each day utilizing online self-help procedures developed by Matthew D Dovel, a human behavioral modification scientist, utilizing the system called Nu-Rekall™ to change the hierarchy of ‘Memory Trauma’.

Related links:
SAVING HEROES - Nu-Rekall™ Mind Science Technologies, Cutting Edge Cure for Post-Traumatic Stress & Suicide Prevention

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Contact information:
Matthew D. Dovel
President of International Suicide Prevention a 501(c)(3) public charity nonprofit
LinkedIn: Global Lead in Suicide Prevention
phone: 702 743 4340


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