Passive state

The passive state refers to all varieties of cerebral non-control. The mind may be conscious, but it is never voluntary, i.e. it is not directed by the person's will. Psychologically speaking, this state is characterized by extreme receptivity, as if the mind were exposed to all kinds of deficiencies, obsessions and phobias. These psychological symptoms only arise in the passive state, which is therefore perfectly representative of a pathological state of the mind. To give patients an idea of what the passive state is, we can describe the main forms it assumes, starting with the one closest to the active state:

1. Semi-conscious dreaming and fatigue

2. Wandering mind

3. Excess excitability

4. Confusion

5. Anxiety

6. Depression

7. Anguish

Each case represents a special type - one person will suffer more from excess excitation or confusion, while another will succumb to depression or anxiety. But almost all will experience some degree of all the symptoms associated with the passive state.

Each variety has is particular vibration, which can be easily distinguished through hand contact. An experienced therapist will be able to differentiate the dream state from excess excitability, or simple wandering of the mind from real anxiety.

This classification aims to facilitate our understanding of the passive state which, once it is recognized, can then be modified. We are convinced that the greatest difficulty in curing psychasthenia consists of the fact that patients do not know what is wrong with them -they do not understand the problem, or even if they do, they don't know how to go about changing it. Therefore, it is up to us to provide them with the tools they need - i.e. regaining awareness through reeducation - so that they can cure themselves.

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