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Date: 20-1-2019
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How Did I Arrive At The Above Conclusions? - PART 1 Introduction of Isokratic Thoughts & Definitions

Apart from my Economic studies and wide entrepreneurial experience, in my search for understanding the inner thoughts of humans after qualifying I practiced as a Hypno-Psychoanalyst for a number of years in the 1990s, in Enfield Town as well as in the famous Harley street for a short period. During my practice I had the privilege to work with some extraordinary personalities who seek my help in their efforts to free themselves from a wide variety of psychological ailments, which inhibited their lives.
In nearly all cases from the mildest to the most severe, which sometimes even brought suicidal behaviour, the causes were very simply a combination of lack of love, lack of understanding and lack of acceptance of the person involved. Sometimes it will only be a misperception by a person that he/she was lacking love, acceptance and respect. Non the less the ailments and pain were the same.
As such I am convinced that the same causes / ailments which bring about immense psychological suffering to an individual, bring as heavy a bearing to a group of humans be it a family, local, national or global. Group. Therefore I can easily argue that if we maximise the level of love, acceptance and respect of each other within the group of human society, then that group of humans will be happier, healthier and able to expand their horizons beyond their presently inhibited abilities and perceived capabilities. All we have to do, is offer that respect and acceptance to each other. One way to do that is to accept each other’s right to participate in the decision making process that governs their lives.
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