The Clear Mind Procedure

9780979071003: The Clear Mind Procedure
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6% of Americans suffer from bipolar disorder, (BD). Depressed thinking is slow and painful. Initially, mania has creative benefits. Eventually, nothing is finished before another dominant thought comes along. The author has not had depression or manic episodes for 14 years, and has cured his BD. We can be a significant part of our cure or remain unstable and chained to mind numbing drugs. A cure is stability, creativity, and freedom of worry from depression or manic episodes. During my 1st manic episode, locked in a psychiatric cell, I frantically wrote to prove sanity. With forced thinking and insane, I began inner and spiritual healing processes. Later, I became aware of energy release sensations in the neck, throat, and brainstem. Normal activities are smooth; these, and chiropractic adjustment, sensations should not occur. Sensations should migrate if caused by trauma energy released from localized networks. After four months of exercises, sensations definitely migrated. Sensations were somewhat predictable. Stories from a neurosurgeon and my physics background gave confidence to pursue a cure for BD. The mind is good at outward, but needs training for inner and spiritual, thinking. Models allowed subconscious processes to understand and heal themselves. Traumatized networks do not synchronize with the brain s symphony. Conflicting neck exercises and inner analyses release energy from trauma memories for healing BD. Exercise cures depression better than antidepressants. Medications reduce symptoms, but are not cures. Headaches restrict thinking. Manic-depressives are not sure of ever returning to normal. In depression, thinking is painful. Suicidal thoughts become escapes from pain and feeling less than human. Muscles and the brain grow in ability only when briefly stressed to limits. At limits there are uncertainties if something is rational or can be done. Subconscious processes create the conscious mind. The conscious mind directs outward abilities and recursively influences subconscious processes. Earlier, a chemical imbalance was the cause of BD. The author theorized that traumatized neural networks construct mental processing limits. Releasing trauma energy expands limits. Subconscious processes feverishly search for lost limits causing the chemical imbalance and BD. Newer research focuses on nerve cell structure and damage by reactions to stress. Reactive networks absorb energy from childhood traumas to protect the upper brain. Sensations in the neck, throat, and brainstem guide healing. 3D holograms are constructed on sensitive surfaces with laser light. Mental holograms are constructed on neural membranes in 3 dimensions. Dreams confirm this model. Neuron activations produce electromagnetic radiation, light. Some light is reflected by its inner membrane surface. Some resonates between its inner and outer membrane surfaces to form holographic images. Some escapes to other cells to form weaker resonances and hologram images. Neurons influence nearby, but may influence distant, brain cells. Light is integrated from current activations. Spiritual, or virtual, 4D holograms are tools for thought. If subconscious resonances become strong and long enough, they become conscious. 100 billion neurons can create one focused idea. Muscles are connected to nerves and nerves are connected to neurons. Conflicting exercises add energy to traumatized nerves. Normal networks accept and release energy. Traumatized networks are rigid and do not release repressed energy until limits are exceeded. An example of a conflicting exercise is pushing the chin up with one hand while pulling the head down with neck muscles. After stimulation to limits, energy is released. Initially, healing and spiritual exploration was bold and daring but has become routine. Curing BD is long but effective.

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HUGH D. FULCHER 1450 Hawkins Mill Road Lynchburg, VA 24503 Summary engineering supervisor; project/nuclear/safety analysis/software/ system/process/simulator engineer; reactor core designer; core, spent fuel, experimental criticality analysis; procedure/technical writing; university physics, engineering, and computer instructor; server operator; author; lease and loan company CEO. Education 1970 M.S. Nuclear Engineering, VA Tech; 1967 B.S. Physics, minor Math., VA Tech, Research student at Argonne National Laboratory, Licensed operator of the VA Tech experimental nuclear reactor. Thesis: updating, implementing, testing, and benchmarking a nuclear reactor core design program from Argonne National Laboratory using experimental criticality data from Babcock and Wilcox. Experience 1993 Present writing books on mind healing, mind expansion, and spiritual development, president of leasing company; website developer, experienced with publishing software and Microsoft Project, ISO manufacturing and management procedure writer; SW interface developer; university physics instructor, manufacturing server operator; farming. 1992 Prioritized K- (DOE, production) reactor safety issues, answered questions from the NRC, recommended escalation and funding of multimillion dollar nuclear waste clean up. 1991 Senior engineer, reviewed New Production reactor core design and safety analysis drafts. (The new production reactor was canceled by Congress due to the end of the cold war with the Soviet Union.), authored the Vermont Yankee Integrated Assumptions Document, performed safety and transient analyses using the RETRAN system, performed spent fuel criticality analyses, experienced in nuclear quality assurance. 1985 Systems engineer III, implemented nuclear and engineering software systems. Managed installing, testing, and interactive environment S/W of Studsvik reactor design systems. 1982 Member of Technical Staff III, designed Safety Parameter Display Systems including selection of nuclear plant instrument signals and development of algorithms for safety function displays; designed real-time reactor simulator software; performed safety analysis. 1971 Supervisor; managed development of real time nuclear process computer software, design and testing of process computer measured data retrieval and analysis systems, monitoring and reporting of all reactor core follow measured data analysis for operating plants, incore instrument and software design, testing, and installation projects; performed fuel cycle designs; designed gadolinium signal to power physics models and real time supporting software for nuclear data acquisition and monitoring; resolved nuclear site critical path software problems; technical presentations and training courses. 1969 Instructor teaching University Physics, Engineering, and Computer courses. Recognitions & Awards Member of Who s Who in America and member of Who s Who in the South and Southwest. Former member of American Nuclear Society

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