Today’s author wrote Distressed? Anguished? Heal Your Bmind and, in doing so, amassed a lifetime of work. For nearly 30 years, Jacob Gonik has successfully treated anxiety, stress, fears, traumatic obesity, depression, and other mental disorders in an average of 10 sessions thanks to his “Heal Your BMind” Concept.

Gonik’s method uses an innovative approach: Our mind has two parts: an Intellectual (IMind) and a Behavioral (BMind). Psychological problems are never personality disorders; they are created and stay inside our Bmind in the form of programs. It simply means that our Behavior works like a computer or smartphone. When we enter Self-ZETA, a BMind relaxing state, all harmful programs are quickly uncovered and healed!

Sounds like it could be pretty darn useful, doesn’t it? Read our review of his book here and go right ahead and purchase it here.

Q: How did you come up with the ideas of the BMind, IMind, Self-ZETA, etc.?

A: During the first ten years of my clinic, despite using different therapies, I was bothered by the high number of needed-to-heal sessions and the fact that many disorders returned months later.

Neuroscientists knew that people occasionally quickly cross a nightmare when starting to sleep. I suspected that their mind simulated a mental disorder. So I developed the Self-Zeta method and found out that any patient in that state would talk about their diseases without suffering! I also found out that I could inactivate their drama as if changing a computer program!

Q: How does this program differ from other types of treatment? A: My healing system is based on just four concepts:

  • All mental diseases are created and stay in the Bmind, the behavioral part of the mind.
  • Diseases are programs similar to those used by computers and smartphones. Phobia is a set of programs, depression another set, anxiety a third one, and so on. It means that all mental disorders are Bmind programs.
  • All programs are perceptions (there is no reality in our Bminds); fortunately, perceptions can be reprogrammed to become inactive. We can learn how to reprogram them.
  • Those who learn how to enter the Self-ZETA relaxation state, described in my book, can quickly identify the harmful programs in their Bmind.

Any therapist can use those four concepts as an add-on. It is not wrong to talk with patients if we understand that we are dealing with their intellectual Imind, which is not directly involved with mental diseases. However, by talking with their Bminds, therapists can quickly know the patients’ harmful programs, and then use Psychology, Psychotherapy, EMDR, or any other therapy to inactivate them.

Q: What kind of reception has this type of treatment received from other professionals in the mental health field?

A: After 30 years of clinic, I published this book. No other professional has ever known and used my system.

Q: Can you really do the ZETA BMind (Self-ZETA) on your own or is it best to do it with a therapist?

A: Any person can change a program by using Self-Zeta. However, overly complex diseases are managed by a group of Bmind programs, and a therapist can be more efficient.

Q: There is a great quote from the book where you say, “Reality never changes but our perception of reality can be positive or negative.” Can you expound on that and how that factors into healing? 

A: The Bmind collects its programs throughout our life since we are a fetus. Reading, listening or learning about behaviors mix with previously saved Bmind programs and ends up becoming a personal perception instead of a reality.

Q: Most people who go to a therapist end up going for years. How can treating the BMind for anxiety, trauma, depression, etc. be healed in just 10 sessions?

A: Any therapist, once trusted by their patients, can help them enter in Self-ZETA state to expose their Bmind’s harmful programs. This high-quality collected data will tend to speed up any treatment the therapist uses.

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About Jacob Gonik:

Jacob Gonik has been successfully treating people with anxiety, stress, fears, obesity, depression and other traumas for over thirty years. He does so by employing his “Heal Your Bmind” concept, a process that he says has lasting effects after around ten sessions. His practices include the use of ZETA Therapy, which he uses as an add-on to other existing therapies such as Neurolinguistic Programming, EMDR and Ericksonian psychotherapy, among others.