Processo Anevrotico Terapeutico


Development of mental structure

It is important to observe the human ability to take on an extraordinary amount of emotional knowledge in an extremely short period of time; The ability to manage them takes place with equal timely time, that is, one is able to attribute an emotional meaning to every moment of perceived reality, from which the possibility of interpreting existence arises.


  • Mind and emotional development

    The manifestation of emotions, that is, how and how vigorously they are expressed in the course of individual growth.

  • The Plan α

    Through a totally unaware passage, the Plan, take place the first rudimentary and intense exchanges of information used for the preparation of the personality

  • Debut and Primum core

    An early individual structure, on which the countless facets of the personality are determined

  • Fundamental and fundamental emotions

    Unlike the fundamental primary emotions, the foundational emotions remain unchanged and make up the inner life of the individual

  • Personality composition

    The association between emotions and aspects of reality, is learned early and with total spontaneity during the first stages of each individual's life

  • The authentic message

    The message expressed by the individuals who populate the first scene of existence is deciphered instinctively in its true value

  • Original depression

    A condition of extreme tension due to the awareness of the difficulty of having to cope with the human and affective conditions that the individual can now perceive

  • Deep Inertia

    The concept of inertia expresses well the idea of the mind that pursues its fundamental project of life. Deep Inertia is completely unknown to the same individual of which it is a part

  • Feature development

    From the very first stage of development it is vital to take the information that allows the first interpretation of reality with great speed, in order to access the next mental progress

  • The non-rational system

    What man does does does not prove his nature, but constitutes a pale and partial testimony, since the activity of behavior is promoted both by the activities of which we are aware, and by those that escape awareness