Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Introduction to the 'Negative Mind'


Confirmed Negativity Condition (CNC) is the culmination of negative thoughts against oneself inadvertently established in the brain. From this is derived the ‘negative mind’ which is the action arm of CNC (as is a verb to a noun).

With the resulting relentless, unforgiving attack against the 'Actual Mind,' the potential host person becomes progressively diminished into submission and ultimately, emotional ‘slavery’.

The sufferer becomes extremely subjective, as is a child naturally. Hand in hand with this is the recognition that subjectivity engenders limited logic, irrationality, to some of the most brilliant people on our planet. In the misguided perceptions of their minds, they feel both guilty and responsible for the plight of mankind: global warming, world hunger, crimes against humanity, the economic crisis, and people’s addictions etc. The ‘Negative Mind’ pretends friendship—it becomes the known—the status quo—as it tightens its grip and wages its civil war.

The 'Actual Mind' realizes the existence of the two minds even in its seeming inability to struggle free. Despite the apparent hopelessness of this condition, given that it is generated from a psychological construct, it must then be reversible. The 'Actual Mind,' with kind persuasion, positivity, constant reassurance, and as much monitoring as the individual is able to allow, will, in most cases, lend itself to anyone sincerely wishing to unite in its support. That it was reversible was my thinking years ago when faced with the situation of my daughters’ illnesses. Now, I know it to be true.

Please keep hope and possibility in your minds--either as sufferers or loved ones of sufferers.


We are all angels with but one wing,

And only by embracing each other can we fly.

~ Luciano de Crescenzo

9 comments:

wornoutlove said...

i have a special friend in my life who just loves me for me. when i talk with her i leave feeling free, able to fly even for a little while. she tells me i do the same for her even though i'm always afraid i don't.
there is peace with her. there isn't much peace in our world but i actually feel that even when we just talk on the phone.
maybe someday i'll feel that when i'm alone, but i know i'll never have to be.
Thank You, Peggy, for speaking the truth, that kindness always matter, that love is never in vain. i really believe that even though i know i can never do enough, i can do that much.

wornoutlove

Alexandra said...

Only after reading the book “The secret language of eating disorders” we started understanding the negative mind and its manifestations. The information in the book is priceless… We are looking forward for your next book. Much love

Peggy Claude-Pierre said...

Dear W.O.L.

The thing is, can you imagine if each one of us did what you do each day? If each person gave love and caring and peace--what a world it would be. Do not ever say "I can never do enough" because your heart is good and kind. Each of us can only do what we can. I used to think like you when I was young. Now I know that every little bit from each of us makes the world a perfect day.

The universe thanks you for caring, and I love you. Hugs and Happy Easter.

Peggy Claude-Pierre said...

Dear Alexandra,

Thank you so much for your input and positivity. This book really is something because it involves so many more people and so many more stories than me or mine. Love you.

Peggy Claude-Pierre said...

Dear WOL,

Sweetheart, we cannot publish your last comment because you put your name. Is that ok? Can we still publish it, or would you like to write another one. We value your feelings so very much.

Much love.

Silvia Duarte said...

Sometimes we cannot explain, it's something that we feel..we allowed
to feel..the joy of living.And I deeply believe that your mission is to embrace those angels who are not able to. These were one of the numberous conclusions that I took from your incredible Book.Thanks for existing.

Krisanne said...

I just checked your book out of the library, and am so moved by your approach to healing. The heart of any lasting transformation has to exist in love. It seems you have an abundance of love and the wisdom to use it to heal others.

Peggy Claude-Pierre said...

Dear Silvia, Dear Krisanne,

Thank you so much for your interest and your input. Loving takes no effort, does it? Big Hugs.

Anonymous said...

Do you think that the suicide rate is higher amongst the eating disorder population because they can't come to that place of objectivity?