The Self-Transformational Treatment Protocol uses:
proprietary Update MODEL
(Copyright © 2013-19 Perry Zeus) -only available in programs authorized by Perry Zeus.
(A Core Behavioral Aspects Model (CBAM)
incorporated within Zeus's Revised Behavioral Coaching
Process Model (BCPM).
“Life is not about finding yourself … Life is about creating
is the Self-Transformational Treatment Program?
Harnessing the principle of neuroplasticity (the ability of
the brain to change itself) the treatment program
accessing the subconscious
mind and the limbic section of the brain
that is the critical link to
brain-mind-body union and how we can affect neural /
The targeted behavioral intervention's objective is to have
achieve perceptual self-awareness and learn powerful,
self-empowering, brain-mind-body change techniques for
physiological rejuvenation, health, happiness and well-being.
Self-Transformational Treatment Program is experiential in nature and integrates
Behavioral change therapy
Mindfulness based cognitive restructuring
Emotional realignment therapy
The Psychology of Selves
Positive Memory Reconstitution
And the following key psychological principles and
techniques : Self-actualization, Self-Concept, Self Esteem,
Self Identity and Working in the Conscious, Unconscious and
Super Consciousness Zone, Direct Visualization.
We teach easy-to-use, practical, self-empowering
neuropsychological tools that
demonstrate how to effectively change and redirect
associated neural patterns to activate targeted innate
brain-mind-body healing mechanisms.
The Brain research that provides the basis of why the Neuro
Self-Transformation Program works!
Brain cells found to control aging
Einstein College of Medicine. "Brain cells found to control
aging." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 26 July 2017.
The Limbic System is located in the core of the brain and
includes the amygdala, hippocampus and hypothalamus.
Your limbic system functions range from regulating your
emotions to storing your memories to even helping you to
learn new information. Your limbic system is one of the most
essential parts of the brain that help you live your daily
Scientists have found that stem cells in the brain's
hypothalamus govern how quickly the body ages. The
hypothalamus (controls certain metabolic processes and other
activities of the Autonomic Nervous System) is a small
bundle of neurons at the base of the brain.
The hypothalamus acts like the
“regulator” of hormone control, helps the body
maintain homeostasis and send signals to the
Interactions between the hypothalamus and the rest of the
limbic system are responsible for controlling the autonomic
nervous system — including the sympathetic nervous system (SNS)
and parasympathetic nervous system (PNS).
This groundbreaking research pinpointed the cells in the
hypothalamus that control aging: a tiny population of adult
neural stem cells, which were known to be responsible for
forming new brain neurons.
The researchers confirmed that the number of hypothalamic neural
stem cells declines over the years and this
decline accelerates aging. The older we get the greater the
decrease in the stem cells in regions such as in the
hippocampus, lose their ability to produce new neurons. The
hippocampus is known to shrink with age.
But the research also found that the effects of this loss is
not irreversible as it's possible to slow and even reverse
various aspects of aging throughout the body.
The brain can produce new cells.
The brain can grow new cells through a process known as
neurogenesis – the
creation of new neurons. Neurogenesis is a particularly
important process when an embryo is developing. Until only
recently, it was thought that the number of neurons we're
born with is fixed – that the central nervous system,
including the brain, was incapable of neurogenesis and
unable to regenerate.
Shrinkage is not necessarily permanent.
"While you can get shrinkage in hippocampus, there is
certainly evidence now that you could change that – reverse
that shrinkage and reverse any loss of learning in memory by
stimulating both the production of these new nerve cells,
but also stimulating greater connectivity within the
hippocampus," says Professor Perry Bartlett (Queensland
Neuroplasticity refers to changes in mature neurons
resulting from stimuli, aging and other influences.
Synaptic plasticity refers to changes in the
'strength' of synapses, or the growth of new
synapses. Critically, these processes rely on
previously existing neurons. There is ample evidence
that it also involves neuroglia in the brain -the
non-neuronal cells in the central nervous system
(brain and spinal cord) and the peripheral nervous
Neurogenesis refers to the birth and maturation of
new neurons, either during brain formation or
throughout an organism's lifespan. Neurogenesis is
more about "capacity" of our brain, while
neuroplasticity is more about "capability" of our
So the two very different concepts can act entirely
independently, but in some contexts, work together
in a synergistic manner.
The Brain’s limbic system
(brain cell growth through
stimulation) in the hypothalamus.
The Brain’s limbic system
includes the amygdala, hippocampus and hypothalamus -areas
which are now shown capable of brain cell regrowth and are
the focus of our Treatment Program.
The critical role of the release of endorphins in the aging
Aging is caused by damage to our cell
system, genes and biochemistry. The damage is primarily
caused by a decline of the Aging Immune System. As the
immune system weakens with age so does our body, health and
Research has shown the many
people who suffer from chronic illness suffer from low
endorphins. Endorphins do more than just make us feel good;
endorphins are necessary for proper immune function. Natural
Opioids, like endorphins, communicate with the immune
system, so when there is a deficit of endorphin -- due to
stress. anxiety, depression -- the body undergoes stress
shocks which causes "immune incompetence."
"Opioids act as the regulator of body stress mechanism, so
when endorphins are low, body stress indicators are high,"
says Sarkar, who directs the Endocrine Research Program at
The limbic system releases
‘feelgood’ Endorphin chemicals.
A key part of our Treatment Program is teaching our clients
how to regularly practice experiential mental exercises
which help boost their endorphin levels that stimulate and
balance their Immune system and promote the repair of cells
and tissues to build a healthier, stronger younger version
of their body and brain. Additional means to stimulate the
production of Endorphines include; Exercise, Fun, Outdoor
activities, Diet and Sex.
Treatment has also been found to trigger Hormone Responses.
Our Program focuses on
Adult neurogenesis (brain cell regrowth)
and the production of natural
in the Limbic System to affect
physical and mental rejuvenation.
FURTHER NOTES on HOW
and WHY the Treatment Program Works!
The mind can have a powerful influence on the body, and in
many cases can help the body heal. But the power of mind is much more than just positive
Which participants may benefit the most?
Obviously the expectations of a patient has to any treatment
will play a significant role in result; the more a person
expects the treatment to work, the more likely they are to
exhibit a positive response..
Other factors include the patient’s conditioning and
motivation. And, of course, the practitioner’s enthusiasm
for any treatment can impact how a participant responds.
Researchers have found that typically participants display
changes in heart rate, blood pressure, anxiety levels, pain
perception, fatigue, and brain activity. These effects point
to the brain's role in health and well-being.
above, our Program's neuropsychological approach
has also been found to trigger Hormone Responses.
-The release of endorphins and it's link to pain.
Endorphins have a structure similar to
opiate painkillers and act as the brain's own natural
One of the most studied and strongest treatment effects is
in the reduction of pain.
One study suggested that some people may possess a genetic
predisposition to respond more strongly to this type of
treatment. In the study, patients who either had high or low
variations of a gene that controls hormone levels in the
prefrontal cortex of the brain had differing responses to
the treatment. Those with the high-hormone version of the
gene were more likely to experience a response to the
treatment than did those with the low-hormone version of
the gene. Research has found that people with the
high-hormone version of this gene tend to also have higher
levels of pain perception and reward-seeking.
While research has clearly shown us that the treatment
works, researchers do not yet fully understand exactly how
and why this occurs. That said, the latest research has proven
the brain-mind-body unity by establishing how neural
networks connect the cerebral cortex to our body.
Underlying Medical Science -The "Automatic" Nervous System
Our bodies and minds are profoundly inter-related.
Spontaneous remission of incurable diseases happen all the
time. And, given that aging will shortly be classified as a
disease, the question therefore is: -how can we access the
hardwired neural control centers to generate these powerful,
physiological, regenerative changes?
The brain is entwined with the whole body through the
nervous system, via the spinal cord for example, including
all the systems, organs, musculature, liquids and chemicals
constantly influencing the brain. There is no separation
between brain, mind and body.
Our emotions are anchored in the body and integral to the
autonomic nervous system which is the nerve complex that
controls the involuntary actions of our internal organs,
blood vessels and glands. Emotional balance is mediated by
the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems.
When we look deeper into the sympathetic/parasympathetic
influences of the autonomic nervous system, we can see
critical connection between the mind/brain and the nervous
The sympathetic side of our "automatic" regulatory system is
involved in the fight/flight response marked by elevated
adrenaline, cortisol, blood pressure, inflammation and
organ-damaging oxidative stress. The parasympathetic chain,
on the other hand, puts cells and organs in rest/recovery
mode, improves DNA expression along with hormone/enzyme
production and even protects telomeres. Of the cranial
nerves, the vagus (wanderer) seems most influential as it
winds its way through heart, lungs, upper GI and the other
abdominal organs. Since the balance of oppositional and
complementary autonomic functions was generally thought to
be beyond conscious control, mainstream medicine has tended
to ignore it.
That said, the mind-bodies transformational ability is not a
single phenomenon, but the result of a complex interplay of
anatomical, biochemical, and psychological factors. Research
is ongoing to clearly understand why it works..
of the Power of the Mind over the Body..
Most people are unfamiliar with the frequency with which
people can unconsciously think themselves ill. Approximately
one-third of the patients GPs see every day have medically
unexplained illnesses—the same applies to specialist clinics
like neurologists, rheumatologists and gynaecologists.
The psychosomatic symptoms presented most commonly to
doctors include pain, fatigue and headaches that cannot be
medically explained. The more serious illnesses include
blindness, seizures and paralysis. The patients symptoms are
extremely real. The pain of psychosomatic illness is every
bit as real as the pain of a disease, and it's very
difficult to treat.
Psychosomatic illness manifests itself
unconsciously—often leaving patients confused and desperate
for an explanation of what's happening.
It is now understood a separation between the subconscious
and conscious could see memories and feelings exist in
parallel parts of the mind, neither knowing of the other.
This is referred to as dissociation. Stress or a
psychological traumatic event can cause the subconscious to
disconnect in the patients mind so it was no longer within
their reach. For example; in the case of psychosomatic blindness
the patient can both see and be unaware of seeing at the
The key point here is that the subconscious has the
power to generate, real physiological changes in the body.
Reversal -How it works!
At the individual neuron level, changes associated with
aging are in the neural circuit. We can now provide guided
stimulation (eg; through our brain-based intervention
program) into these circuits that were slowing down. By
stimulating the circuits again you can rewind your body /
behavior clock back ten years or more (in some cases 20
years or more depending upon your age and strength of
mind-set -see Studies cited on website’s front page).
Stimulating the Neural Control Center (Unlocking the
Subconscious Reset Code).
Your whole being is ever-changing!
There is no doubt that the brain-mind-body union is a
powerful pathway to healing that has always existed, albeit
cloaked in the gray area of consciousness. Hence why our
Treatment Program is not just a brain-based intervention
(utilizing the power of neuralplasticity) but also
incorporates the above page listed psychological principles
and techniques that help the participant to unlock their
subconscious (through guided imagery / Deep level Metacognition
Role-playing incorporating Direct Visualization,
Self-Dialogue, Positive Memory Reconstitution) to stimulate
neural changes / physiological change by “resetting” /
re-establishing versions of their younger and healthier