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Here are answers to some of the common questions that have been asked about Medcentration.

  What is Medcentration?
    Medcentration is an intellectual disciplined technique that teaches individuals to get into a state of awareness by concentrating on the mind’s thinking process.

   Who should consider Medcentration?
     Those who have been struggling with their thoughts or behaviour without knowing the real reasons behind them, or those for whom certain issues constantly over-occupy their minds. As well, those who find it challenging to deal with family members, spouses, colleagues, and others, may try Medcentration to find out if it works for them.

   What does Medcentration offer?
     Medcentration is a logical tool to use in order to discover one's actual sources of perspectives on one's own life, positive or negative.

   Does Medcentration recommend that one should change one's way of life?
     Medcentration neither encourages, nor discourages anyone from changing his or her way of living; it merely provides a tool to examine the past in order to find why one does what one does today. It is an individual choice to change or not after discovering the source of any behavior that one might have.

   What if one doesn’t think of oneself as a person with serious issues?
     Issues, serious or not, are subjective to the individual. Medcentration is not necessarily a therapeutic method; it is mainly a self-discovery and self-development tool. One does not need to suffer to practice Medcentration, since it can be employed to elevate positive behaviour that one possesses by stimulating and even replicating the source of it.

   Does Medcentration apply equally to everyone?
     There is no cookie cutter process that fits all, and a step-by-step process is available as a guideline for those who wish to follow, and the success or failure of Medcentration for an individual depends on his or her thoroughness in implementing it.

   How long does it take to see results?
     Basically Medcentration is a life long process that mainly depends on the past experience of participants, along with their eagerness, initiative, effort and commitment. As soon as one has adapted this technique for a while it becomes part of one's habits, and in no time, one becomes aware of basic personal development.

   Why should I choose Medcentration over other methods of personal development and relaxation?
     Medcentration neither discards nor substitutes for any other method of improvement, prevention, or treatments. Quality of life is determined by the way a person thinks, behaves, deals with life's challenges and interacts with others. Knowing the real causes behind what one does makes the daily routine more exciting and less agonizing. Some may need a combination of different methodologies to achieve their objectives.

   How does Medcentration work?
     Medcentration has mainly two stages: discovery and recovery. At the beginning one learns how to examine one's own unintended thoughts, memories, and experiences in depth, to unmask forgotten and unaddressed issues that one might have. As a result one will have a better understanding of the facts and figures surrounding the issue that has just been been discovered. From here, a decision can be made as to whether there is a need for a change in one's life. The second stage is the time during which one is committed to making that change, which is a rather lengthy process, and this stage will empower the subject to be more in control of actions and decisions to be made.

   Who benefits most from Medcentration?
     Medcentration is most effective for those who have been around the block a few times. The more experience one has, the more the points of reference. Adults from all walks of life with a mixed demography have shown interest in this practice. Some are just curious to find out what it is all about, some are aware of specific issues in their lives and looking for an answer, and a few have exhausted their energy in a variety of venues in order to resolve their inner conflicts.

   Is Medcentration practised one-on-one or in a group session?
     At the beginning one can start within a small group for the basic instruction and brain-storming experience to find out if this methodology suits expected needs and wishes, and later continue with one-on-one sessions until one feels comfortable enough to continue independently. One may seek consultation help when a question arises, or a sensitive issue needs attention and guidance.

   Is Medcentration painful?
     Medcentration can be painful if an undesirable part of the unknown past becomes known, since the human psyche tends to forget and deny unwanted experiences. However, this practice includes components that try to prepare individuals for coping with their discoveries, mitigating the level of discomfort, if any.

   Does Medcentration help to get rid of dependencies?
     The causes of many bad habits, unwanted behaviours, fears, phobias, etc. are buried deep in the subconscious mind, and as long as the source is unknown it is very difficult to deal with them, no matter how badly the conscious mind wants to. During each day of our lives we are either awake or asleep. Our mental activity decreases during our sleeping time (the Theta & Delta states), and increases during day time activities (the Beta state), although if we meditate, daydream or are being hypnotized we have an opportunity to tap into our subconscious mind (the Alpha state), at which time we can receive suggestions, both positive and negative, which our conscious mind may not allow while we are awake. Medcentration helps to slowly build a bridge between the Beta and Alpha states, and eases the communication between the two. In other words, Medcentration is a form of active self-hypnosis that facilitates the process of accessing the Alpha state, consciously.

   Does Medcentration help to heal medically diagnosed problems?
     Mind and body have never been separated and many ailments are the results of internal conflicts that can be manifested in the form of body pains, anxiety, stress, imbalance, depression, etc. These signs and symptoms can be costly if unattended for a long period of time, and many of them cannot be absolutely diagnosed, not even by modern medicine, in which case physicians refer to them as “psychosomatic”. Medcentration can be helpful in a couple of ways: by stimulating and challenging the mind to discover past treasures and by removing internal doubts and conflicts. These processes create a less stressful mental environment, hence, an opportunity to free up resources and stimulate the body’s own healing processes, if possible.

   Is Medcentration safe?
     Humans are in the habit of thinking from dawn to dusk non-stop, and even while sleeping mental activity is ongoing, just at a different speed. Medcentration is nothing but directing existing thought with an organized system of filing, re-examining and contemplation. Discomfort appears at the early stages mainly because an individual may have exceeded his or her ability to tolerate facing past painful experiences, but this can be discontinued once the person has sorted out the real reason behind the thought pattern or behaviour.

   Who is a Medcentrationist?
     A Medcentrationist is one who has been trained as a trainer to teach Medcentration, be a Medcentration Consultant, or a mentor. He or she is one who can guide participants through their journeys by customizing the programme to fit their requirements, and who can help to look for those clues that might be missed by the participants, as well as connecting the dots between the patterns that might have been blocking certain abilities.

   How can I obtain more information?
     You may visit the website at
www.medcentration.com or send an e-mail with your specific questions to bahman@medcentration.com

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