How the Mind Works
                                 Loys de Fleuriot


        “So Brethren you must be grinding, or you w...
4 main Cultures of Thought:




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4 main Cultures of Thought:


                           1: Of Honor   2: Of Humility


                            3: Of ...
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How the
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How the
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How the
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• Hypothalamus
   Heart of the
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   emotional sta...
Saturday, March 21, 2009
The Meeting Place




Saturday, March 21, 2009
The Meeting Place
            For
     Multidimensional
       Integration




Saturday, March 21, 2009
The Meeting Place
            For
     Multidimensional
       Integration
[How a thought grows
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     Multidimensional
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     Multidimensional
       Integration
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Saturday, March 21, 2009
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Dr. Leaf’s Detoxing Technique



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  • “So Brethren you must be grinding, or you will not have the flour. You will not be able to extemporise good thinking unless you have been in the habit of thinking and feeding your mind with abundant and nourishing food. Work hard at every available moment. Store your minds very richly, and then, like merchants with crowded warehouses, you will have goods ready fro your customers, and having arranged your good things upon the shelves of your mind, you will be able to hand them down at any time without the laborious process of going to market, sorting folding and preparing. I do not believe that any man can be successful in continuously maintaining the gift of extemporaneous speech, except by ordinarily using far more labour than is usual with those who write and commit their discourses to memory. Take it as a rule without exception, that to be able to overflow spontaneously you must be fill” [Spurgeon, Lectures to my Students, Zondervan Publishing House, 1954, p. 145]
  • This kind of tenacity in followers of Christ is confirmed by Mary Woodward-Etter’s advice as follows:

    “We are called not to give up. We are called to obey God at wherever cost and to let success answer our critics. If it seems you have hit a hard place in your life or ministry, don’t whine and complain. Don’t offer your reasons for it. Pray! Explanations and excuses rob us of strength and power. Don’t shake your head and run. Use the authority that has been given you through Jesus and overthrow the demonic powers that blind the people. Through prayer, take authority and make a clear path for the Spirit of God to minister to the hearts of the people.” [God’s Generals]
  • This kind of tenacity in followers of Christ is confirmed by Mary Woodward-Etter’s advice as follows:

    “We are called not to give up. We are called to obey God at wherever cost and to let success answer our critics. If it seems you have hit a hard place in your life or ministry, don’t whine and complain. Don’t offer your reasons for it. Pray! Explanations and excuses rob us of strength and power. Don’t shake your head and run. Use the authority that has been given you through Jesus and overthrow the demonic powers that blind the people. Through prayer, take authority and make a clear path for the Spirit of God to minister to the hearts of the people.” [God’s Generals]
  • This kind of tenacity in followers of Christ is confirmed by Mary Woodward-Etter’s advice as follows:

    “We are called not to give up. We are called to obey God at wherever cost and to let success answer our critics. If it seems you have hit a hard place in your life or ministry, don’t whine and complain. Don’t offer your reasons for it. Pray! Explanations and excuses rob us of strength and power. Don’t shake your head and run. Use the authority that has been given you through Jesus and overthrow the demonic powers that blind the people. Through prayer, take authority and make a clear path for the Spirit of God to minister to the hearts of the people.” [God’s Generals]
  • This kind of tenacity in followers of Christ is confirmed by Mary Woodward-Etter’s advice as follows:

    “We are called not to give up. We are called to obey God at wherever cost and to let success answer our critics. If it seems you have hit a hard place in your life or ministry, don’t whine and complain. Don’t offer your reasons for it. Pray! Explanations and excuses rob us of strength and power. Don’t shake your head and run. Use the authority that has been given you through Jesus and overthrow the demonic powers that blind the people. Through prayer, take authority and make a clear path for the Spirit of God to minister to the hearts of the people.” [God’s Generals]
  • CRH negative hormone through fear to the pituitary gland (10 x more in suicide), which releases ACTH which races to the adrenal glands on top of kidney and stimulates them to release the biochemicals cortisol (bathes brian cells to shrink) and adrenaline (increases toxicity and blood pressure and other heart conditions, aneurisms, strokes) translated into electrical impulses and are transported across synapses (small chemical gaps)
    Brain builds a double memory [left and right, detail and diversity, content and creative], the more focused your brain the stronger the memory
    Dr. John Sarno - most back pain stems from psychological problems
    Dr. Aaron Beck - Toxic emotions arise from negative and incorrect beliefs [I must do well, you must treat me well, the world must be easy]

    What the Mind does - the Choice is Literally yours [Romans 12]

    Dr Caroline Leaf - 87% illness attrib. to thought life
    The mind and body are integrally connected
    Chronic disease linked to an epidemic of toxic emotions in our culture
    American Institute of Stress - Between 75-90% of visits to primary-care physicians result from stress-related disorders
    Dr Candace Pert “biomolecular basis for emotions... body and mind function as a single psychosomatic network with contain info molecules that ctl physical and mental health”
    Dr Leaf - “these networks create copies of your thought life on an information highway... negative reinforcement releases negative chemicals. Positive reinforcement releases positive chemicals”
  • CRH negative hormone through fear to the pituitary gland (10 x more in suicide), which releases ACTH which races to the adrenal glands on top of kidney and stimulates them to release the biochemicals cortisol (bathes brian cells to shrink) and adrenaline (increases toxicity and blood pressure and other heart conditions, aneurisms, strokes) translated into electrical impulses and are transported across synapses (small chemical gaps)
    Brain builds a double memory [left and right, detail and diversity, content and creative], the more focused your brain the stronger the memory
    Dr. John Sarno - most back pain stems from psychological problems
    Dr. Aaron Beck - Toxic emotions arise from negative and incorrect beliefs [I must do well, you must treat me well, the world must be easy]

    What the Mind does - the Choice is Literally yours [Romans 12]

    Dr Caroline Leaf - 87% illness attrib. to thought life
    The mind and body are integrally connected
    Chronic disease linked to an epidemic of toxic emotions in our culture
    American Institute of Stress - Between 75-90% of visits to primary-care physicians result from stress-related disorders
    Dr Candace Pert “biomolecular basis for emotions... body and mind function as a single psychosomatic network with contain info molecules that ctl physical and mental health”
    Dr Leaf - “these networks create copies of your thought life on an information highway... negative reinforcement releases negative chemicals. Positive reinforcement releases positive chemicals”
  • CRH negative hormone through fear to the pituitary gland (10 x more in suicide), which releases ACTH which races to the adrenal glands on top of kidney and stimulates them to release the biochemicals cortisol (bathes brian cells to shrink) and adrenaline (increases toxicity and blood pressure and other heart conditions, aneurisms, strokes) translated into electrical impulses and are transported across synapses (small chemical gaps)
    Brain builds a double memory [left and right, detail and diversity, content and creative], the more focused your brain the stronger the memory
    Dr. John Sarno - most back pain stems from psychological problems
    Dr. Aaron Beck - Toxic emotions arise from negative and incorrect beliefs [I must do well, you must treat me well, the world must be easy]

    What the Mind does - the Choice is Literally yours [Romans 12]

    Dr Caroline Leaf - 87% illness attrib. to thought life
    The mind and body are integrally connected
    Chronic disease linked to an epidemic of toxic emotions in our culture
    American Institute of Stress - Between 75-90% of visits to primary-care physicians result from stress-related disorders
    Dr Candace Pert “biomolecular basis for emotions... body and mind function as a single psychosomatic network with contain info molecules that ctl physical and mental health”
    Dr Leaf - “these networks create copies of your thought life on an information highway... negative reinforcement releases negative chemicals. Positive reinforcement releases positive chemicals”
  • The Brain’s Doorway [Entorrhinal Cortex]
    The Hose [Hippocampus - memory 48-72 hours]
    The Thinker [Corpus Callosum analyzes all info in hippocampus][develops freewill, if attitude bad, rejects as heat energy within 72 hours, or delete all in hippocampus], to get to “The Balance”[Homeostasis]
    The Feeling Library/@Intersection [Amygdala influences the cortex - what stories do your “books” tell? anger fear doubt]
    The Responder [Thalamus and Hypothalamus][Endocrine]
    The Forest Trees [Memory networks of existing memory]
    The auditors [feedback loop system (cybernetics)]
    The “strainer” (network of memories and Limbic system operate as a filter sifting out) - Ask, Answer, and Discuss
    The Body’s Music [Neuropeptides - molecules of emotion]
    The Guards [Receptors - change with toxicity and vv]
    The Enemy [Stress hormones, CRH, ACTH, Cortisol, Adrenaline?] cytokites, virus &other foreign neurochemicals
    The Bank [Cortex -changes in 4d] The Engine - Heart
  • The Brain’s Doorway [Entorrhinal Cortex]
    The Hose [Hippocampus - memory 48-72 hours]
    The Thinker [Corpus Callosum analyzes all info in hippocampus][develops freewill, if attitude bad, rejects as heat energy within 72 hours, or delete all in hippocampus], to get to “The Balance”[Homeostasis]
    The Feeling Library/@Intersection [Amygdala influences the cortex - what stories do your “books” tell? anger fear doubt]
    The Responder [Thalamus and Hypothalamus][Endocrine]
    The Forest Trees [Memory networks of existing memory]
    The auditors [feedback loop system (cybernetics)]
    The “strainer” (network of memories and Limbic system operate as a filter sifting out) - Ask, Answer, and Discuss
    The Body’s Music [Neuropeptides - molecules of emotion]
    The Guards [Receptors - change with toxicity and vv]
    The Enemy [Stress hormones, CRH, ACTH, Cortisol, Adrenaline?] cytokites, virus &other foreign neurochemicals
    The Bank [Cortex -changes in 4d] The Engine - Heart
  • The Brain’s Doorway [Entorrhinal Cortex]
    The Hose [Hippocampus - memory 48-72 hours]
    The Thinker [Corpus Callosum analyzes all info in hippocampus][develops freewill, if attitude bad, rejects as heat energy within 72 hours, or delete all in hippocampus], to get to “The Balance”[Homeostasis]
    The Feeling Library/@Intersection [Amygdala influences the cortex - what stories do your “books” tell? anger fear doubt]
    The Responder [Thalamus and Hypothalamus][Endocrine]
    The Forest Trees [Memory networks of existing memory]
    The auditors [feedback loop system (cybernetics)]
    The “strainer” (network of memories and Limbic system operate as a filter sifting out) - Ask, Answer, and Discuss
    The Body’s Music [Neuropeptides - molecules of emotion]
    The Guards [Receptors - change with toxicity and vv]
    The Enemy [Stress hormones, CRH, ACTH, Cortisol, Adrenaline?] cytokites, virus &other foreign neurochemicals
    The Bank [Cortex -changes in 4d] The Engine - Heart
  • The Brain’s Doorway [Entorrhinal Cortex]
    The Hose [Hippocampus - memory 48-72 hours]
    The Thinker [Corpus Callosum analyzes all info in hippocampus][develops freewill, if attitude bad, rejects as heat energy within 72 hours, or delete all in hippocampus], to get to “The Balance”[Homeostasis]
    The Feeling Library/@Intersection [Amygdala influences the cortex - what stories do your “books” tell? anger fear doubt]
    The Responder [Thalamus and Hypothalamus][Endocrine]
    The Forest Trees [Memory networks of existing memory]
    The auditors [feedback loop system (cybernetics)]
    The “strainer” (network of memories and Limbic system operate as a filter sifting out) - Ask, Answer, and Discuss
    The Body’s Music [Neuropeptides - molecules of emotion]
    The Guards [Receptors - change with toxicity and vv]
    The Enemy [Stress hormones, CRH, ACTH, Cortisol, Adrenaline?] cytokites, virus &other foreign neurochemicals
    The Bank [Cortex -changes in 4d] The Engine - Heart
  • The Brain’s Doorway [Entorrhinal Cortex]
    The Hose [Hippocampus - memory 48-72 hours]
    The Thinker [Corpus Callosum analyzes all info in hippocampus][develops freewill, if attitude bad, rejects as heat energy within 72 hours, or delete all in hippocampus], to get to “The Balance”[Homeostasis]
    The Feeling Library/@Intersection [Amygdala influences the cortex - what stories do your “books” tell? anger fear doubt]
    The Responder [Thalamus and Hypothalamus][Endocrine]
    The Forest Trees [Memory networks of existing memory]
    The auditors [feedback loop system (cybernetics)]
    The “strainer” (network of memories and Limbic system operate as a filter sifting out) - Ask, Answer, and Discuss
    The Body’s Music [Neuropeptides - molecules of emotion]
    The Guards [Receptors - change with toxicity and vv]
    The Enemy [Stress hormones, CRH, ACTH, Cortisol, Adrenaline?] cytokites, virus &other foreign neurochemicals
    The Bank [Cortex -changes in 4d] The Engine - Heart




  • Importance Of Thinking

    1. 1. How the Mind Works Loys de Fleuriot “So Brethren you must be grinding, or you will not have the flour.” You will not be able to extemporize good thinking unless you have been in the habit of thinking and feeding your mind with abundant and nourishing food... Take it as a rule without exception, that to be able to overflow spontaneously you must be full” [Spurgeon, Lectures to my Students, Zondervan Publishing House, 1954, p. 145] Saturday, March 21, 2009
    2. 2. 4 main Cultures of Thought: Saturday, March 21, 2009
    3. 3. 4 main Cultures of Thought: 1: Of Honor 2: Of Humility 3: Of the 4: Of Hope House Saturday, March 21, 2009
    4. 4. Saturday, March 21, 2009
    5. 5. How the Mind Works Saturday, March 21, 2009
    6. 6. How the Mind Works • Hypothalamus Heart of the endocrine and hormonal (responds to your emotional state) Saturday, March 21, 2009
    7. 7. How the Mind Works • Hypothalamus Heart of the endocrine and hormonal (responds to your emotional state) Saturday, March 21, 2009
    8. 8. Saturday, March 21, 2009
    9. 9. The Meeting Place Saturday, March 21, 2009
    10. 10. The Meeting Place For Multidimensional Integration Saturday, March 21, 2009
    11. 11. The Meeting Place For Multidimensional Integration [How a thought grows and the Biochemical reactions] Saturday, March 21, 2009
    12. 12. The Meeting Place For Multidimensional Integration [How a thought grows and the Biochemical reactions] Dr. Leaf: The research is clear, the brain is a highly plastic, constantly changing entity [p. 93 - more than 150 years ago, and 1960 UN of Cal] [Versus: Newton & Descartes - p.42] Saturday, March 21, 2009
    13. 13. The Meeting Place For Multidimensional Integration [How a thought grows and the Biochemical reactions] Dr. Leaf: The research is clear, the brain is a highly plastic, constantly changing entity [p. 93 - more than 150 years ago, and 1960 UN of Cal] [Versus: Newton & Descartes - p.42] Saturday, March 21, 2009
    14. 14. Ask Answer Discuss Saturday, March 21, 2009
    15. 15. Dr. Leaf’s Detoxing Technique Ask Answer Discuss Saturday, March 21, 2009
    16. 16. Dr. Leaf’s Detoxing Technique Ask Ask Answer Discuss Saturday, March 21, 2009
    17. 17. Dr. Leaf’s Detoxing Technique Ask Answer Ask Answer Discuss Saturday, March 21, 2009
    18. 18. Dr. Leaf’s Detoxing Technique Discuss Ask Answer Ask Answer Discuss Saturday, March 21, 2009

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