Table of Contents
A Glamorous Life
Family Life as a Child
The Shadows Behind
Academic Drama
Loud Insecurities
Academics over Relationships
The Son of a Holocaust Survivor
The Curse of Realization
The Last Straw
Life Reset
Nature’s Beauty
Inner Quest
Second Opportunities
New Career Directions
About This Book
Part 1: The Mechanisms of the Personality 
Our Inner Universe
Let’s Start with a Model 
Conceptual Models in Science
A Model of Human Consciousness
Characteristics of the Units of Consciousness
The Human Body: Our Interface to the Physical World
Requirements for a Successful Insertion
Components of the Mind
Types of Mind
The Unconscious
The Conscious
Introduction to the Unconscious
Prime Directive of the Unconscious
Some Basic Characteristics
The Unconscious controls the Inner Functionality of the Body
Cells, Cells, Cells 
Something as Simple as Just Moving 
Let’s Go Out for a Ride
The Unconscious Has Stored Everything That Has
Happened to You
The Unconscious Is a Machine
The Unconscious Stores Everything Associatively
Start with an Apple
Now Go to a Cave
Opposite Qualities
The Unconscious Generates and Stores Our Emotions
The Unconscious Stores All the Programs That Dictate Our Behaviors
The Programs in Our Unconscious
Adapting to the Environment
Just a Touch of Piaget
An Informal Correlation to EEGs
The Appearance of the Conscious
The Impeccable Logic and Wisdom in the Design of the Conscious
Structure and Operation of the Programs in the Unconscious
The Case of a Negative Event
General Structure of the Programs in Our Unconscious
The Effect of Negative Programs in Our Lives
The Case of a Positive Event
The Effect of Positive Programs in Our Lives
About the Physical Action of Our Programs
Biological Action
Biological Actions Related to Negative Emotions
Effects of Stress on the Body
As It Was Then, so It Is Today
Biological Actions Related to Positive Emotions
Learned Action
These Programs Dictate Our Behavior
Basic Example in Prehistoric Times
Basic Example Nowadays
A Girl Loved by Her Parents
With a Hard-working Dad
And Great Friends
Mom’s Comments while She Is Sick
She Wants to Belong to the Theater Group at School
She Brings the Grades from School
The (Oversimplified) Picture of Our Girl’s Unconscious
Other Current-day Examples
Characteristics of the Programs in the Unconscious
Negative Programs Have Higher Priority Than Positive Ones
The Program Is Classified According to the Perception of
the Event
The Intensity of the Emotion Determines How Much the
Program Affects Our Behavior
Modes of Affecting Behavior
Program Triggers
The Programs in the Unconscious Are Designed to Be Stable
The Virtual Reality of Being Human
Our Body’s Generated Virtual Reality
Our Mind Generated Virtual Reality
The “Subjective Objectivity” Effect
The Faculty of Reasoning
The “Information Filtering” Effect
Why We Don’t Like to Be Wrong
Do Old Dogs Learn New Tricks?
Part 1 Conclusions and Implications
Who You Are
The Ultimate Question: Do We Have Free Will?
Restricted to Your Mental Territory
Effect of Negative Programming on Free Will
Increasing Your Free Will
The Ego
Assassins, Tyrants, Mass Murderers, Etc
A Proud Brother in Pakistan
The Columbine Massacre
We Are Shaped by the Environment
An Outdated Justice System
An Emotionally Archaic Civilization
Terrorists and Terrorism
Drugs, Alcoholism, and Addictions
Resolutions, Positive Thinking
Part 2: The Components of the Personality 
Mechanisms to Components
Components of Our Personality
The human psycho-physical system
Intrapersonal Components
The Biology Component
Individual Body Characteristics (Basic Genetics)
Fixed Personality Attributes
Biological Behaviors and Tendencies
Hard-wired versus Soft-wired Programs
Mind-body Feedback Loop
Detrimental Behaviors as a Result of Biological
Manipulation through Biological Tendencies
The Prenatal Experiences Component
Life in Utero
Architecture of the Brain
About C-section
The Childhood Experiences Component
Parents’ Influence on Their Children
Explicit Transfer
Direct Transfer
Redirected Transfer
Implicit Transfer
Implicit Post-birth Transfer
Parents’ Secrets
Foundational and Nonfoundational Programs
The Criticality of Our Early Environments
The Adolescence Experiences Component
Problematic Parenting Aspects
The Consequences on Their Adolescent Children
Emotionality and New Experiences
Implications of These Last Three Components
Our Educational System
The Ecology of Our Planet
How It Ties to the Topics of This Book
Our Family System
The Adult Experiences Component
Conscious Initiated Factors
First-time Experiences
Explicit Repetition
Nonconscious Initiated Factors
Implicit Repetition
Identification with Your “Tribe”
Emotionally Intense Event
Intrapersonal Components Summary
Transpersonal Components
The Unit of Consciousness Interventions Component
The Present Life Objectives
Intuition, Imagination, and Gut Feelings
Why They May Turn Out Wrong
What to Do to Improve These Channels
Paranormal Experiences
The Role of Parents
The Scope of the Role of Parents
Living a Full Life
Implications to Society
The New Role of Companies and Institutions
Being of Service to Others
Recruiting Terrorists
It Is Always Your Path
Willpower Derivatives
Stretched Willpower
One Vital Energy with Different
Negative Inspired Action
Summary (and Derived Concepts)
Layers of the Personality
The Core Layer
Physical Core Layer of the Personality
Nonphysical Core Layer of the Personality
The Adaptive Layer
Layers of the Personality Summary
The Previous Physical Insertions Component
It Does Not Matter if You Don’t believe in It
It Is Affecting Your Behavior in This Lifetime
Why Not Remember Past Insertions?
Physical Healings
What Happens in between Insertions?
My Personal Take on This Phenomenon
A Strong Pointing to Nonphysical Dimensions
The Crazy (or Rather Creative) Behavior of
Adolescents and the Evolution of Humanity
Your Very Vested Interest for a Better World for
All of Us
Free Will
Evolution Is Inevitable
Past Life Insertions Explain It Very Well
Interaction Accelerates Evolution
Our Inevitable Evolution Colliding with
Obsolete Dynamics
The Transgenerational Effect Component
Part 2 Conclusions and Implications
The Critical Nurture Assumption
It Is about Constructive Exchanges
First Observation
Parents Are Still Key
Therapists versus Parents
Second Observation
A Note about the “Elite”
Third Observation
The Powerful Nurturing Factor
What Parents Truly Need to Do to Lighten Up
Social Networks
Your “Personality Selfie” Completed
Part 3: Mind Transformations
Mind Transformation Processes (MTPs)
What Are Mind Transformation Processes?
What Are the Advantages of Doing MTPs?
What an MTP Must Accomplish to Effect the Positive Changes You Want
Conditions Applicable to Both Foundational and
Nonfoundational Programs
A Point about Gurus, Spiritual Teachers, Priests,
Ministers, Etc.
Recognizing the Effects of Discharging the Emotional
Conditions Critical to Foundational Programs
Choosing an MTP
Lists of MTPs
Your Role as a Participant in an MTP
The Role of the Practitioner
Leading Life with MTPs
A Scenario
Living Life with MTPs
Emotional Freedom Techniques
Mindfulness and Meditation
MTP and Meditation, the Push-Pull Effect
Part 4: Final Thoughts
Physical and Nonphysical
The Design of the Body
Functional Blocks for Behavior
Perception Process
Interaction Process
Decided Interaction
Reactive Interaction
Ideal Perception/Behavior Process
The Deeper Reality That We Need to Connect With
The Case of Scarlett Lewis
Ramifications toward Our Evolution
Deeper Realities
Leading Life
Glossary of Terms
Appendix A: Main Summary Figures