|Dr. Barbara Young has lived and studied Christian Mysticism for thirty years. To help achieve her destiny and gift to earth, she experienced external Apparitions of Light Figures since childhood. Her mind-consciousness education began with pre-medicine, branched into psychology, the study of altered states of consciousness, parapsychology, parapsychology and medicine, world religions and the psychology of social change. After achieving her higher degrees, she set about in 1977 on a twenty year walk-a-about to educate the public about its true purpose in life, the evolution of its spiritual nature and its Divination. In her twenty years on the road, she has appeared on many radio and television interviews, a guest speaker at Universities, and general public lectures. Visit Dr. Young's website: www.templechryses.org or email her at email@example.com
The Reason for and Reduction of
by Dr. Barbara Young
Posted: 12:32 July 31, 2007
The Affects of Mental Trauma
Past life and/or current life extreme stress from life threatening scenarios generate agitated memories that emit high levels of ions. Excessive ions alter brain and mental activity that stimulate:
|Agitated neuronal activity;
Increase in adrenaline production that can increase heart rate and blood pressure;
Emotional and physical agitation, anxiety, sleeplessness, lack of concentration and memory, decreased memory recall, anger, and temper;
Disruption of normal synchronized firings that alters brain chemistry that, in turn, disrupts organ and glandular stability throughout the body;
Excessive ions center in the area of the brain that augments the need for a sexual drive and sexual climax. A sexual climax and an epileptic seizure have the exact brain wave patterns. Both initiate liken to a bolt of lightening between left and right hemispheres of the brain that neutralizes excessive ions that stabilizes brain chemistry, as well as major body organs.
Augment inner voices and emotions that alter the subconscious into inverted reality, destructive suggestions, swearing, as well as uncontrolled anger augmented by blind temper.
Combat Posttraumatic Stress, Dream, and Flashback Phenomenon
In severe cases of posttraumatic stress, a combat soldier recalls an actual wartime scenario to the exclusion of his or her current surroundings. The phenomenon is created by excessive and highly charged emotions of terror and stress over long periods of time that results in enormous amounts of generated ions that reside in the area of the brain. If a soldier remains in combat, daily events use up these excessive ions but, at the same time, actually stimulate mental prowess. Although during down time, excessive ions do interfere with sleep, memory recall, and manifest into psycho-agitation.