The Pre-East Fear-Anger-Stress Course Part 1: Introduction

 

The Pre-East Way

A Course for Small Changes for Big Results

In this no-cost course, I address the endemic problems of fear, anger, and stress (the “Fear-Anger-Stress Continuum) looking through the sensibilities and life experiences of our distant ancestors. They were “raw humans” – free of divisiveness of ethnicity, race, creed, men’s ownership of women, competing politics, and proclaimed faith superiority. They lived in their elements – with common sense, not with any convoluted psychological theories.


List of Course Seminars 

  1. The Pre-East Fear, Anger, Stress Course, Part 1: Introduction Being In Elements – https://alihealing.org/the-pre-east-fear-anger-stress-course-outline/
  2. The Pre-East Fear, Anger, Stress Course, Part 2: Being In Elements    —                                                                    https://alihealing.org/the-pre-east-fear-anger-stress-course-part-2/
  3. The Pre-East Fear, Anger, Stress Course, Part 3: Limbic Breathing  — https://alihealing.org/2015/the-way-of-the-pre-east-limbic-breathing/
  4. The Pre-East Fear, Anger, Stress Course, Part 4: Limbic Eating
  5. The Pre-East Fear, Anger, Stress Course, Part 5: The Way of the Pre-East – Part 5: Spices, Seeds, Supplements
  6. The Pre-East Fear, Anger, Stress Course, Part 6: Limbic Exercise  ——-    https://alihealing.org/the-way-of-the-pre-east-exercise/
  7. The Pre-East Fear, Anger, Stress Course, Part 7: The Way of the Pre-East – Part 7: Ethics and Authenticity of Information Sources
  8. The Pre-East Fear, Anger, Stress Course, Part 8: Avoiding Un-needed Drugs and Medical Procedures

A Course for Small Changes for Big Results

“Striving to better, oft we mar what’s well.”

Duke of Albany, in King Lear. William Shakespeare

Paraphrasing Shakespeare, pursuit of perfection is paralyzing.


 

Recycling Past Misery, Pre-Cycling Feared Future Misery

In my book,


(1990), I recognized that:

The Cortical Monkey loves to recycle past misery. When that is not enough it pre-cycles feared future misery.

  1. Psychosomatic and somatopsychic models of disease are artifacts of thinking.
  2. Pursuit of happiness makes people unhappy than anything else.
  3. Pursuit of perfection is paralyzing.
  4. Intensity of human suffering is profoundly influenced by the choices made in response to bodily insults.


 

African Ancestral Grandmothers

I imagine a place at a time who lived in Africa 25,000 years ago or earlier.our ancestral grandmothers to have had the basic strength of being “raw humans” – free of divisiveness of ethnicity, race, creed, ownership by men, politics, and faith superiority. They lived in their elements – with common sense, not with any convoluted psychological theories.

Our ancestral grandmothers had to have suffered from freezing and famines, disease and dying. They had to have witnessed lightening storms, floods, and earthquake  and eruptions. Also they had to have celebrated births and healing rituals. All that over a period of some decades have enriched their life experiences as authentic, unpretensious, raw humans. It is this quality of their humanness in which I hope to find truth in their guidelines.

Course Materials

In addition to the seven articles in the course listed above, I offer a large body of information at Science, Health, and Healing Encyclopedia presented with:

 

  1. Over 2500 videos (at www.vimeo.com and other video platforms.
  2. Thirty five books (available in print and digital format at www.aliacademy.org
  3. Over 500 DVDs and video xeminars (40 to 90 minutes long)
  4. Over 2,500 articles and commentaries posted at the following websites:

 

    1.  www.aliacademy.org
    2.  www.aliHealing.org
    3.  www.aliScience.org
    4. www.aliDiabetes.org
    5. www.aliLife.org
    6. www.KIDS123.org

 

Video Series Included in the Course

 

Fear and Anger Series Part 1 – Introduction

https://vimeo.com/140596313

Fear and Anger Part 2 – Beyond Definitions

https://vimeo.com/140596715

 


 

Fear and Anger Series Part 3 – In Elements, Not in Self

https://vimeo.com/140597383

Fear and Anger Series Part 4 – Beyond Right or Wrong

https://vimeo.com/140597637


 

Deep Healing Course Seminars

 

Seminar 1 Deep Healing Dimensions and the Beginning of Healing Journey

https://vimeo.com/123590857

Seminar 2 Deep Healing Fear, Panic, and Anxiety – Control and Prevention

https://vimeo.com/123591211

 


 

Seminar 3 My Breath Is My Own – I Breathe It Well

https://vimeo.com/123590572

Seminar 4 Deep Healing of Sleep Disorders

https://vimeo.com/123686995

 


 

 

Seminar 5 Deep Healing Disappointments of Life

https://vimeo.com/123635680

 

Seminar 6 Deep  Healing of Chronic Persistent Illness

https://vimeo.com/123686691

 

Seminar 7 Deep  Healing Depression

https://vimeo.com/123636536

 

 

* Substance of the Soul

https://vimeo.com/128107240

 

Serenity Among Elements

https://vimeo.com/140015330

 

 

Three Root Causes and Three Primary Mechanisms

 

I recognize three root causes of chronic suffering and disease: fear, anger, and lack of curiosity.

 

I recognize three primary mechanisms of molecular and cellular injury: Gut fermentation, dysfunctional oxygen, and insulin toxicity.

 

In the various parts of this Fear-Anger-Stress Course, I make frequent references to these three root causes and three primary mechanisms of  chronic suffering and disease. I think readers will find these comments useful.

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this no-cost course, I address the endemic problems of fear, anger, and stress (the “Fear-Anger-Stress Continuum) looking through the prism of life experiences of our ancestors who lived in Africa 25,000 years ago or earlier. or more ago.

In my imagination, I recognize “raw humanism” in grandmothers of the time – free of ethnicity, race, ownership by men, polity, and faith superiority. They lived in their elements – with common sense, not with any convulated psychological theories.


 List of Course Seminars

  1. The Way of the Pre-East – Being In Elements
  2. The Way of the Pre-East – Limbic Breathing
  3. The Way of the Pre-East – Limbic Eating
  4. The Way of the Pre-East – Spices, Seeds, Supplements
  5. The Way of the Pre-East – Limbic Exercise
  6. The Way of the Pre-East – Ethics and Authenticity in Information
  7. Avoiding Un-needed Drugs and Medical Procedures

 

Small Changes for Big Results

“Striving to better, oft we mar what’s well.”

Duke of Albany, in King Lear

William Shakespeare

 

In my book, The Cortical Monkey and Healing (1990), I recognized that:

  1. The Cortical Monkey loves to recycle past misery. When that is not enough it pre-cycles feared future misery.
  2. Psychosomatic and somatopsychic models of disease are artifacts of thinking.
  3. Pursuit of happiness makes people unhappy than anything else.
  4. Pursuit of perfection is paralyzing.
  5. Intensity of human suffering is profoundly influenced by the choices made in response to bodily insults.

Course Materials

In addition to the seven articles in the course listed above, I offer a large body of information at Science, Health, and Healing Encyclopedia presented with:

 

  1. Over 2500 videos (at vimeo.com and other video plateform
  2. Thirty five books (available in print and digital format at aliacademy.org
  3. Over 500 DVDs and video xeminars (40 to 90 minutes long)
  4. Over 2,500 articles and commentaries posted at the following websites:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fear and Anger Series Part 1 – Introduction

https://vimeo.com/140596313

 

 

Fear and Anger Part 2 – Beyond Definitions

https://vimeo.com/140596715

 

 

Fear and Anger Series Part 3 – In Elements, Not in Self

https://vimeo.com/140597383

 

 

Fear and Anger Series Part 4 – Beyond Right or Wrong

https://vimeo.com/140597637

 

 

 

 

I recognize fear and anger as two of the three root causes of chronic suffering and diseases (the third is absence of curiosity). In this first of seven segments, I provide an overview of this series.

 

In this second of seven segments series, I speak about the need to sidestep the issue of the prevailing definitions of fear and anger are. Rather, the focus should be on solutions to the problems of fear and anger.

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