The External Screen

The mental Screen of your mind holds the clues to lifelong health and happiness


The Screen is set within the biofield, it is here that Emotional Memory Images (EMI) are stored. Emotional Memory Images are raw data that is too emotionally charged to be processed by the brain. They are held extra-corporeally on the Screen, causing a deregulation in the HPA axis, resulting in excess cortisol, adrenaline and elevated inflammatory cytokines being released into the system.

This neurological response to a threat on the Screen can become toxic causing structural, biochemical or electrical abnormalities in the brain, spinal cord or other nerves. The result is a range of symptoms as the body struggles to adapt to the situation.

The sub-conscious mind

Plato’s shadows on the wall allegory introduced the idea that we are not responding to life itself, but our perception of it. The French philosopher René Descartes conceived the mind as an immaterial substance; his idea is still debated by scholars today. By using the screen theory we reconcile psychological and neuro-scientific ideas into a cohesive model that can be used for psychological and physiological benefits. 

Constant stimulation

The constant stimulation of the stress response causes deregulation of the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal axis, eventually wearing the body out and leading to states of imbalance which we call ‘dis-ease’. Stress is meant to trigger the alarm system of the body for a short period of time, but if it continues to fire then the psychological and physiological impact can be toxic.

Stress and hormones

Stress and the hormones that accompany it are implicated in virtually every lifestyle disease. EMIs from the past are being played out as if they are occurring in the present. Essentially, we are all suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder as we replay events that cause emotional upset or trauma.

Empower yourself by understanding your unconscious.