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Changing the Behavior Matrix


Sigmund Freud theorized that all decision making is based on our desire to seek out pleasure, and avoid pain. As long as someone has a past experience with a hierarchical level above four on a scale of between one and ten, with ten being the most intense, then it will have an influence over the individual’s decisions. This creates a very limited lifestyle; avoidance of any sensory, emotional, or intensity similar to situations and/or circumstances that one is wishing to avoid any recall of, thus causing symptoms of depression, anxiety and/or suicidal ideation.

With Nu-Rekall™ Zero Suicide Systems we take a segment of a person’s past and alter its hierarchy (intensity). It is only required to alter the hierarchy by two degrees at first, and then a natural degradation continues the process ending the segment of targeted memory in zero. The whole process takes a week, but as soon as the process is initiated the survival instinct is deactivated.
Training classes for certification in Nu-Rekall™ is now available for mental health professionals.

To learn more or for questions:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/advanced-suicide-prevention-class-zero-suicide-systems-tickets-26936948137

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