The thought is a very powerful tool, which transports and influences the electromagnetic energy that enters our brain. It manages everything that consists of matter (everything material), intervening in it. When the thought is calm, it shapes anything material and when it is under pressure it disorganizes it. It is in a position to construct and deconstruct.
For the thought to be able to compose and create, it is necessary that tranquility and expectation of result exist, so that it overcome the physical inertia. When a person is in a calm state, then his thought functions with all its power. It gathers enormous energy from the potential difference of the electrochemical elements of the organism, explodes in the atmosphere, it materializes, and the individual directs it wherever he chooses through his will.
Contrariwise, deconstruction is a much easier process. No effort whatsoever is required to cause disaster and materialize the Bad. When man is in a condition of intense pressure, the thought of nerves, fear or persistence prevails with the result that only negative things happen in his life. Thus, he is not in a position to positively influence his environment, since the thought impedes him to communicate with happiness.
The thought functions differently for each Paschalidis personality Type. When Type A is in condition of intense pressure, his thought rushes to the solution without him seeing anything at all around him, and causes him nervousness (hastiness, impatience, abruptness, irritability,) and panic. His nervousness is such that he cannot endure the people around him and cannot enjoy the present moment. Type B’s thought makes trips to the future, and causes him fear. It creates ghosts with the result that he does not enjoy the present. Whereas Type C’s thought only travels to the past, detects and adheres intensely to a past traumatic experience that had caused him great pain and had been stored in his memory in holographic form. This experience revives again with the result that he relives the same pain exactly as he had experienced it the first time and he repeats the same mistakes. His persistence is so great that he loses the present moment.
When, therefore, our thought keeps spinning persistently in dead-end paths
without finding solutions, we influence negatively the DNA, without realizing it.
We disorganize all the DNA’s information.
The torment of the thoughts weakens the power of the magnetic transportation of information to the DNA of the cells. Therefore, we must not retain the traumatic memories in the storage, neither bring them back, nor should we try to forget them (send them away), because thus the only thing we achieve is to re-live them more intensely, as if we were experiencing them now.
What must we do, then?
First, we must recognize, based on the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model, the weaknesses of the thought of our Type, that have been leading us to the specific mistakes.
Subsequently, we must consciously eliminate (get rid of) these weaknesses, to ensure that we will not repeat the same mistakes and we will be led to happiness.
Source: Paschalidis G., “The Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model. Thought Addiction. The Unhappiness Virus”, George Paschalidis Publications, Thessaloniki, 2017.