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Re: your Sept. 23rd “fringe cures”
With interest yet anxiety, the mounting empirical obvious becomes a harbinger for AMA’s and APA’s collapse. The coming disarray may evoke some chaos before it is over but I will point to a few contingencies‑‑ once initiated by Benson, but somehow only gets repeated, as any other academic half‑truth to avoid the profound.
The crux of the matter is between our two dichotomous lateral cerebral hemispheres, not only predicted as a spatial versus temporally derived (then proven by Sperry), but the mounting fight‑flight in the higher intellectual (left brain dominant) to avoid perceiving the profound. These usually type A’s would naturally suffer far more stress using relaxation techniques because it is a third (conscious; RAS) party to the mental matrix that suffers and seeks relief yet must come to learn of another `self’ promoting agony to avoid a greater one‑‑ now looming clearly as a Thanatos and much of what Freud predicted‑‑ and why so vehemently refuted. Without going further, to either waste my time nor yours if dangerous, examine what Renoux* perceives for AiR (Autoimmune Response)‑‑ or the lateral smile** correlate to pro‑health versus type A behavior. If you do see the enigma, best avoid APA professionals as their lead in suicide defines again a tragic enigma!
The Patent Office terror of my R&D for the self thinking computer (as offered 10\17th odds on its maiden run) defines the last anomaly of man’s now late mental evolutional epoch. My bilateral smile analytical system for both psychological and medical diagnostic use may be thirty years too soon, but it is coming***, to finally goad volitionally dumb mankind into perusing the profound.
Hope this evokes more interest than anxiety‑‑
* Renoux, U/Tours; bilateral cerebral lymphatic control; DISCOVER, Feb.’87; pgs. 57‑58. (killer vs. guidance T cells)
** IL‑2 Cancer Research (3 left smiler remissive of 8 subjects);
NOVA NPR TV,’88
*** Smile anomaly for mate choice. SINGLELIFE, Sept/Oct.’90, p.12
CC:Kabat‑Zin; Ornish; Benson; Spiegel