Since A4M deals with all emotional problems, why focus on PTSD, Grieving, and Depression?

In the process of developing A4M I learned why emotional problems occur. Each person of is born with a particular temperament.  This temperament is the initial template upon which our emotional being is based. It is something we inherit, not develop. Our temperament pushes us in particular directions. Emotional problems begin with a single definable […]

How is Acupuncture4TheMind different from Psychiatry and Psychology?

Note to the reader: This article is hard to understand because of the complexity of ideas presented. Luckily you do not need to understand Acupuncture4TheMind to benefit from it. The Mind is a set of cognitive abilities, or faculties, including consciousness, perception, thinking, judgment, and memory.  Modern Psychological and Psychiatric views of the Mind center […]

Is Acupuncture4TheMind similar to Meditation?

The benefits of meditation have been demonstrated in many controlled studies. Meditation, often called “Mindfulness”, is a technique designed to achieve a state of alert, focused relaxation by deliberately paying attention to thoughts and sensations without judgment. The essence of Mindfulness is to simply become aware of the present moment, what you are feeling and […]

How Quantum Physicists look at the Mind

The Nobel Prize winner in Neurophysiology in 2007, Sir John Eccles of Great Britain believes that the brain, rather than initiating thought, is more like a “radio receiver” that tunes into energetic patterns that exist outside of us. The brain responds to thoughts but does not initiate them. We are really energetic “receivers” floating through […]