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Psychology 101: 5 New Rules of the Mind

Originally published on 12/2/2016

Article written by: Matthew D. Dovel

As we learn more and more from the data collected from treating ‘Memory Trauma’ it becomes clear that there are new rules attributed to how the mind processes and holds our memories.

Rule #1
The mind functionality is exactly the same for every human. Regardless of gender, or race, ALL humans store memories exactly the same.

Rule #2
Memories consist of (3) separate linked components; Sensory Data, Emotion, Intensity. In the process of memory creation these components bond together.

Rule #3
The memory component bonding is permanent unless the sequential code is entered to unlock, or alter, the associations between the components.

Rule #4
Any memory with an intensity level above an 8 on a scale from 1 to 10 with 10 being the highest level activates the survival instinct. Memory hierarchy (intensity), was designed to create a fail safe system in order to give us awareness for the activation of our survival instinct; Food, Sex, and Danger.

Rule #5
A ‘Memory Trauma’ can grow over time by attaching itself to new experiences.

Unlike when I took my very first psychology course well over (3) decades ago, I will now give you one of the first self-help procedures to adjust any memory you’d like remove from your consciousness. 

The procedure in this document is called ‘4 Phase’, one of several procedures developed in a system called Nu-Rekall™

This procedure starts working within minutes, but the entire hierarchical override process takes (7) days.
How to effectively alter a past memory intensity (hierarchy) level ‘4 Phase’
By altering a past targeted memory hierarchy you change your learned reactions, decisions, to situations and/or experiences that could have been causing depression, anxiety, P.T.S.D., phobias and suicidal thoughts.

If you have behavior you’d like to change, such as: depression, anxiety, P.T.S.D., phobias, coping mechanisms and or suicidal ideation it is best to locate the inception point. 

There is ALWAYS an inception point (Rule #6 a Free bonus Rule) for any learned behavior.

There are Rules to follow when preforming ‘4 Phase’ in order to achieve the consistent results we have over the past decade.

Rule #1: This procedure ONLY works on a SINGLE SEGMENTED past memory that is 15 MINUTES OR LESS. Multiple experiences require multiple treatments.

Rule #2: Steps MUST be done CONCURRENTLY to achieve the desired results.

Rule #3: 5 minutes ago, or 100 years, If you can remember it, you can treat it!

Rule #4: Write down the intensity level before you begin on a scale of 1 to 10: 10 being the highest level. This procedure produces a degradation of intensity in targeted segmented memories creating a focused amnesia that completes the process over a seven day period. Failure to record the intensity of a past event prior to completing it will give the perception that this procedure failed.

Rule #5: We are only working on a single targeted segment of your past limited to 15 minutes in length. This procedure does not work on conditioned experiences, or events longer than 15 minutes. If you have been conditioned with multiple emotional memory traumas please feel free to contact us and schedule a time for a different Nu-Rekall™ procedure.

‘4 Phase’


Step one: Locate a 15 minute or less memory trauma you’d like to lower the intensity of.

Step two: Record the current intensity level, and what the event was. (write it down).

Step three: Close your eyes and see the event from beginning to end in your mind (remember 15 minutes or less).

Step four: With your eyes still closed see the event from beginning to end four concurrent times but, with each viewing, add something that wasn’t there before using your imagination.

Use 4 of the following sensory data input to add changes to your targeted past memory segment.
Senses                   Example of how to use (CONCURRENTLY) with each viewing
Sight              See an animal in the picture like a cat or dog that wasn’t there before
Sound            Hear a trumpet or other music that wasn’t there before
Smell             Smell fresh baked cookies or stinky diaper
Taste              Imagine the taste of food or drink in your mouth during the experience
Touch            Change the wealthier, temperature, time of day

An example of how to preform this procedure '4 Phase' in a video, go to this link:


Print out the following quick reference guide to use if you ever become emotionally compromised.


International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience (2015), ‘Suicidal People are Made Not Born!’ Vol. 17, No.3, pp. 661-663, ISSN 1522-4821

International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience(2015), ‘Suicide is a Permanent Solution to a Temporary Problem’, Vol. 17, No.2, pp. 546-547, ISSN 1522-4821

Articles written
Reprogramming the Mind: in 5 Minutes (2016), LinkedIn:

Psychology Today: The Suicide Switch (2016), LinkedIn:

Changing the Behavior Matrix (2016), LinkedIn:

Matthew D. Dovel, President & Founder of International Suicide Prevention (non profit), Editorial Board Member of the International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Scientist in Human Behavioral Modification has dedicated his life’s work to understanding and preventing suicide, education services to reduce suicide rates, providing post-suicide support for families and providing tested result based solutions for depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress and suicidal ideation.

In 2005, Dovel delivered Suicide Intervention training at the Cree Reservation in Oujé-Bougoumou, Canada and the 4 Phase technique reduced suicides from 1 non-fatal attempt per and 1 fatal outcome per month to 1 non-fatal attempt per month and ZERO fatal outcomes in the subsequent six months.
About Nu-Rekall™

Advanced Nu-Rekall™ past-memory cognitive hierarchical override system training is now available in limited quantities.

To learn more about Nu-Rekall™ advanced memory systems please contact:

Matthew D. Dovel
1736 E. Charleston Blvd. #301
Las Vegas, Nevada 89104
+1 702 743 4340 U.S.A.


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