My Elbert: Neurodiversity & Prudential Personalism Part II

N T Nature: Helping Those with a Neurodiversity Enjoy Learning Again Part Ic 1 – For your own copy- contact Tricia Cook via email:; @tcookedu Introduction To Nurture Their Nature MY ELBERT: EVERYONE LEARNS BETTER EMBRACING REVOLUTIONARY TEACHING IS The first Specialized Online Coaching Curriculum. I’ve spent the last 25 years perfecting an alternative,Continue reading “My Elbert: Neurodiversity & Prudential Personalism Part II”

My Elbert: Neurodiversity & Somatic Issues

Literature review on co-occurrence of somatic issues with neurodiversity: Prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorder and Co-morbidities in Children and Adolescents: A Systematic Literature Review: In a previous pilot study we evaluated the outcome of medical screening at referral in children and adolescents with different psychiatric disorders. This screening revealed new somatic findings in 56% ofContinue reading “My Elbert: Neurodiversity & Somatic Issues”

My Elbert: The “Eon” that Power The Nous

Are we “listening” to our transpersonal higher-self (NOUS including Thalmus) and doing things with autonomy, attunement and adaptability? Are we just doing what we are told by others, nor in connection to our higher-self? NOUS- νοῦς (Strong’s #3563 — Noun Masculine — nous — nooce ) for which see MIND , No. 1, is translatedContinue reading “My Elbert: The “Eon” that Power The Nous”

My Elbert: Neurodiversity Coaching

The weary need discernment upon their ego state… Psyche would be the ego conditioned individual’ “mind‘ wherein knowing “their being”; meaning what one is as a person and why here on earth through ontological training from family, culture, religion, education etc. which that” …is an ego states- they are an adaptation to various life circumstances,Continue reading “My Elbert: Neurodiversity Coaching”

My Elbert: Heart & Mind

Problem: For people in retrograde, [occurring or performed in a direction opposite to the normal or forward direction of conduction or flow the normal flow of energy is reversed. Ideas, thoughts, feelings; instead of easily pouring out to others] their thoughts seem to get stuck within our mind and unforgiveness in their heart. They haveContinue reading “My Elbert: Heart & Mind”

My Elbert: The Heart

Related to the heart, what is regressive anger? Similar to suppressive anger, the definition of regressive means— 1 : the act or an instance of regressing 2 : a trend or shift toward a lower or less perfect state: such as a : progressive decline of a manifestation of disease b(1): gradual loss of differentiationContinue reading “My Elbert: The Heart”

My Elbert: The Mind

Neuroplasticity is the capacity of nerve cells to biologically adapt to circumstances, to change their connections and behavior in response to new information, sensory stimulation, development, damage, or dysfunction. Mindsight, a skill we can all develop to break free from mental patterns that get in the way of living our lives to the fullest. EpigeneticsContinue reading “My Elbert: The Mind”


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My Elbert: The Neurodiverse and Attentional Processing

“Reflection is a compassionate state of mind. Attunement requires presence but is a process of focused attention and clear perception.” Danile J. Siegel AttunementGamma Brain- shows waves have the highest frequency among all brain waves. They are associated with high levels of thought and focus. They can have different effects depending on their levels inContinue reading “My Elbert: The Neurodiverse and Attentional Processing”

My Elbert: Neurodiversity and The Cerebellum

Any number of patterns of rhythmic electric impulses are produced in different parts of the brain. There are four types of typical brain waves: alpha, beta, theta, and delta. These are similar and relatively stable in all normal individuals. Brain waves help in the diagnosis of certain neurologic disorders, including brain lesions and the likelihoodContinue reading “My Elbert: Neurodiversity and The Cerebellum”

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