Fulfilling Your Function

By Shlomo Perkins

One of the benefits of a Perkins One Brain session is the ability to learn about your very own structure/function. Your facial (and sometimes body) features make up your structure, and the way you approach the world is your function. There’s a direct correlation between your structure and your function. Your external appearance, sometimes put down as superficial, is actually an indication of who you are deep down.

From the moment of conception, a human being’s DNA, which is responsible for structure and function, is established. This unique DNA pattern is in every single cell of the body, promising that you will bring your unique, instinctive, individual self to everything that you do. Therefore, the goal of feeling choice can only be experienced through the prism of your abilities and characteristics.

Despite this seeming simple and easy, it’s not. While you can’t change your unique, instinctive, individual self, you can deny it. This can be a subconscious process starting from a very young age. Instead of having the confidence to go through life instinctively and with loyalty to yourself, you might submit and surrender to other people and ideas, mostly out of fear, pain, and fear of more pain.

People develop a belief system to protect themselves when they feel that they can’t cope otherwise. This belief system evolves through time. The image of yourself and of reality through this objective belief system can be far from the objective (but true to self and accepting of others’ realities) unique structure/function that you have. This creates feelings of self-justification and self-doubt and many other uncomfortable emotional realities. It is a process to release this belief system and connect to our true inner beings.

This process starts in your sessions. At Perkins One Brain, there are fifty structure/function traits at our disposal. They each fall into one of six categories. There are traits depicting the way you think, act, feel and automatically express. The other two categories have to do with your physical body and your current outlook. Each trait has a type A, B and C and is on a spectrum. Someone could be more type A than someone else that is type A based on his/her structure. Also, someone who is type B will feel like type A when around type C and feel like type C when around type A. Since there are fifty traits, all people are a unique blend of A, B, and C. Although some traits might appear to be dominant on a person more than others, we are all still a mix of all fifty traits.

Usually, but not always, during a session, your muscle will indicate to me, the facilitator, that it’s time for you to bring to awareness a certain trait about yourself and to release a certain belief that is blocking that natural expression. You’ll read about this trait while I put one hand on your forehead and my other hand on the back of your head. This ensures that during the reading, energy will flow from memories and beliefs stored deep in the brain to the frontal area, where you can see things more clearly and while utilizing choice. Just reading and understanding these texts in this manner brings more awareness, and also physically releases emotional stress.

The key to a calm and fulfilling life lies in our structure/function.

When you look in the mirror, who do you see? Is your face wide or thin? Are your eyes close together or far apart? Those are just two questions. There are forty-eight more.

When you look in the mirror, do you like and agree with what you see? If not, the time has come to learn about what that reflection means and how to love and be loyal to it.



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