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Reprogramming Your Mind: Eliminate Bad Behavior In 5 Minutes

Nu-Rekall™ is cognitive hierarchical systems reprogram the mind in order to forget, or change, learned reactions (behavior).

Behavior is a learned response: depression, anxiety, phobias, coping mechanisms and suicidal ideation are all learned behavioral responses triggered by a 'Memory Trauma' recall. 

The only way you can recall past memories consciously is if they have a hierarchy level above 4 on a scale of between 1 and 10, with 10 being the highest level. 

Memories get stored in packets of 15 minutes or less. If you can find an inception of a learned behavior (In psychotherapy, this is referred to as a breakthrough), we can now alter the hierarchy level of that segment of your past.

With the evidence based, tested for over a decade, endorsed Nu-Rekall™ cognitive hierarchical overriding procedures, that are noninvasive and non-medical, we can alter the most intense past memories in a single 5 to 20 minute process.

By removing unwanted experiences from our consciousness we remove the possibility of having recalled trauma, thus eliminating the unwanted behavioral responses.

Nu-Rekall™ procedures are permanent as they target a specific segment of our past, and once that segment has had its hierarchical status reduced it can not be reactivated to its original hierarchical state. 

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Innovative psychology of the future!

These new outside the psychology box procedures are now being taught in Las Vegas, Nevada U.S.A., and via Skype online. To learn more about these procedures and how you can get certified in Nu-Rekall™ systems: Certification Training class Nu-Rekall™


Originally published 11/1/2016 at: LinkedIn

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Matthew D Dovel
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