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The Knot Theory of Mind

DOI: 10.4236/ojmp.2022.111001, PP. 1-11

Keywords: Psychology, Psychotherapy, Sociology, Mind Knots

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The aim of this article is to present The Knot Theory of Mind, my original psychological theory. I am providing a theoretical framework for the knot psychotherapy that is based on practicing the balance between positive and negative emotions and thoughts, healthy introspection, optimistic and realistic observations about life and healthy ideation process. Every emotion, feeling and thought are important in the process of healing. Positive emotions, love especially, are the cure for psychological traumas.


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