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Having the law and the entire "legal society" turn against you, losing your home, family, life, liberty, etc, especially for Combat Veterans like myself who spent 2 years in Vietnam in the Marine Corps Infantry fighting we thought for at least the Bill of Rights. Then, to find that was also a waste, and that there is no Bill of Rights for American men. The Bill of Rights is easily done away with by lying, scamming criminals who use laws such as VAWA the same as other more respectable criminals would use a gun. Mental Health professionals have for years written of the dread of physical termination and numerous clients grumble of an irrational trepidation of passing away. This syndrome has completely nothing to do with such a fear fixation. In fact, the psychopathology of this situation is purely that the client has previously accepted the fact that the client is lifeless. For this rationale, the client will clearly demonstrate no apprehension of fatality in view of the fact that psychological death has, before now, arrived. According to John Scott, Ed.D, 1991, "The death suggestion . . . explain(s) why an individual who is physically sound, socially healthy, developmentally successful from the best of families may become severely depressed. It also explains the depression that occurs in individuals who are inadequate in any of these matters. . . It also provides a specific direction for therapy in each individual case. (In part) for these reasons, it is reasonable to expect that resolutions of the walking zombie syndrome will become more successful than other therapies for overcoming depression. In a later edition of the journal, 1995, Scott wrote, "In my opinion, one of the greatest contributions that Medical Hypnoanalysis offers the therapeutic community is the concept of the Walking Zombie Syndrome. One of the fundamental principles of members of the American Academy of Medical Hypnoanalysis,, and confirmed by contemporary medical research is the reality that as soon as an individual accepts a suggestion on emotional and subconscious or autonomic nervous system level, the client alters the clients behavior pattern so that it conforms to the suggestion that the client has received. For this reason, if a client is told that the clients left arm is paralyzed and the client accepts this idea under hypnosis, the client will perform thus, existing under this post-hypnotic suggestion until it is removed. This is true whether the idea was introduced with determination or unintentionally. T. J. Hudson (1893-1923) described "Pseudo Death": states that were well recognized in the 19th Century, when difficulties in travel made it essential to allow the deceased to remain on dining room tables for numerous days, surrounded by followers. "Dead" people have been acknowledged to rejuvenate after several days of remaining cold, immobile and apparently dead. Hudson interviewed such people. All of them responded to the please of a friend or relative. The client pointed out that people in this death like state are able to think and to have the sense of hearing. They feel at ease and they will not suddenly make the endeavor to come back unless someone passionately insists.

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Presents 14 case histories to illustrate the importance of initial sensitizing events as the underlying causes of emotional disorders. It is suggested that bringing these unconscious sensitizing events to consciousness through hypnoanalysis allows for explanation of seemingly bizarre behavior and provides relief from anxiety. (0 ref) (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)