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What is Brain Coding?

Brain Coding is a Behavior Modification Technique

From birth to present day our brain, like a computer programmer, is writing brain codes that explain our world. Brain Codes dictate how we automatically consciously and subconsciously respond to life, just like computer codes dictate how a computer responds to you. Because of our unique environments, personality types, brain dominance and incorrect brain wiring, we develop incorrect codes about life and how to respond to it. These incorrect brain codes are the root cause of incorrect/bad behavior.

Brain Coding is a new cutting edge technique based on Brain Physiology, Psychology and Universal Laws that rewrite our incorrect brain codes.

Brain Coding addresses the underlining cause of incorrect/bad behavior by replacing the brain's incorrect codes (schemes or core beliefs) with correct codes.

Who Can Benefit From Brain Coding?

  • Parents who have hard, difficult, or challenging children.
  • Individuals who struggle with life or relationships.
  • Couples who are struggling in their relationship.
  • Parents, spouses or individuals who have any of the behaviors listed in the following groups.
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Parenting 1010 Building Self-Worth

  • Improve self-confidence
  • Feel more valued
  • Feel more apricated
  • Feel more loved
  • Feel more accepted
  • Improve relationship skills

Advanced Parenting 4010 Correcting Bad Behavior

  • Do you have a child who is a good kid, but has horrible behavior?
  • Do you have a child who is more difficult than most children?
  • Do you have a child who does not respond to normal parenting?
  • Do you have a child that is very intense and exhausting?
  • Do you have a child that lacks social and relationship skills

Group "A" Behaviors

  • Persistent distrust and suspicion of others and their motives
  • Tendency to hold grudges
  • Unjustified belief that others are trying to harm or deceive you
  • Angry or hostile reaction to perceived slights or insults
  • Unjustified suspicion of the loyalty or trustworthiness of others
  • Perceive innocent remarks or non threatening situation as personal insults or attacks
  • Hesitancy to confide in others due to unreasonable fear that others will use the information against them
  • Unjustified suspicion that spouse is unfaithful

Group "B" Behaviors

  • Inability to to pick up normal social cues
  • Inability to take pleasure in most activities
  • Appearance of being cold or indifferent to others
  • Limited range of emotional expression
  • Lack of Interest in social or personal relationships
  • Prefers to be alone
  • Little or no interest in having sex with another person

Group "C" Behaviors

  • Social anxiety and a lack of close relationships
  • Flat emotions or inappropriate emotional responses
  • Odd perceptual experiences like hearing a voice whisper their name
  • Peculiar dress, thinking, beliefs, speech, or behavior
  • Indifferent, inappropriate or suspicious responses to others
  • Belief that they can influence people and events with their thoughts
  • Belief that certain causal incidents or events have hidden messages meant only for them

Group "D" Behaviors

  • Disregard for other people's needs or feelings
  • Lack of remorse for their behavior
  • Persistent lying, stealing using aliases, or conning other people
  • Consistently irresponsible
  • Recurring problems with the law
  • Impulsive behavior
  • Constantly violating other people's rights
  • Disregard for the safety of others and self
  • Aggressive, often violent behavior

Group "E" Behaviors

  • Frequent, intense display of anger
  • Unstable and Intense relationships
  • Ongoing feelings of emptiness
  • Intense fear of being alone or abandoned
  • Risky Behavior
  • Impulsive
  • Self-Image Problems
  • Very Emotional
  • Suicidal Behaviors
  • Stress related paranoia that comes and goes

Group "F" Behaviors

  • Easily influenced by others
  • Excessive concern with physical appearance
  • Constantly seeking attention
  • Excessive emotional, dramatic or sexually provocative to gain attention
  • Speaks dramatically with strong opinions with little facts or details to back it up
  • Rapid change in emotions
  • Thinks relationships with others are closer than they really are

Group "G" Behaviors

  • Arrogant
  • Fantasies about power, success and attractiveness
  • Believes he/she is special and more important than others
  • Exaggerated about achievements or talents
  • Fails to recognize other's needs and feelings
  • Expects constant praise and admiration
  • Envy of others or believes that others envy him/her
  • Unreasonable expectations of favors and advantages
  • Takes advantage of others

Group "H" Behaviors

  • Extremely shy in social situations and personal relationships
  • Feels inadequate, inferior, or unattractive
  • Fears disapproval, embarrassment or ridicule
  • Extremely sensitive to criticism or rejection
  • Socially inhibited, timid and isolated avoiding new activities or meeting strangers
  • Avoids work activities which require interpersonal contact

Group "I" Behaviors

  • Excessively dependent on others and feels the need to be taken care of
  • Urgent need to start a new relationship when a close one has ended
  • Lacks self-confidence
  • Needs excessive advice and reassurance from others to make small decisions
  • Struggles to disagree with others
  • Fears disapproval
  • Struggles starting or doing projects on their own
  • Submissive or clingy behavior towards other people
  • Fears providing for self or being left alone
  • Tolerates poor or abusive treatment, even when other options are avialable

Group "J" Behaviors

  • Preoccupied with rules, orderliness and details
  • Inability to discard broken or worthless things
  • Extreme perfectionism to the point it causes dysfunction and distress when not able to achieve perfection
  • Rigid and stubborn
  • Inflexible about values, ethics and morality
  • Neglects enjoyment and friends because of an excessive commitment to work or projects
  • Desire to be in control of situations, people, tasks and are unable to delegate tasks to other people
  • Tightly controls his/her budget and spending money

Group "K" Behaviors

  • Frequent oppositional behavior or attitude
  • Frequent defiant behavior or attitude
  • Frequent rebellious attitude or behavior
  • Angry and irritable moods
  • Argumentative
  • Vindictive behavior