Psychematics: The Kinematics of Behavioral Science

Magnitude and Direction

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(Exercising Your Mind) We can wait for the things we want to happen, or we can make the things happen that we want. We can make the things happen that we want by unlocking the secrets of thought – and to unlock these secrets, we can use The Key to the Newtonion Codex.

I have a mathematics and science text somewhere which says in the opening comments of one of its chapters that we can use number and symbol to model, predict, and manipulate reality.

Conceptual Metaphors

I am certain that many concepts in math, physics, and other so called hard sciences can be used to model and predict the behavioral consequences of our thoughts, so that we can more efficiently manipulate the experiences we have in our physical reality.

I am also aware that this endeavor to link metaphysics and physics concepts in this way may be considered to be quite ambitious. Understanding this, and how quickly I am developing my ideas will inevitably result in a lot of refinements and updates being made along the way.

In my previous installment introducing my concept called the “Newtonion Codex“, I stated that

“My unique perspective about Newton’s laws have been molded by several other systems and ideas that I am familiar with. Some of these systems and ideas are:

  • Kinematics

  • Integers

  • The Mental Bank Program of Dr. John Kappas

  • The Emotional Incubation Process of HypnoAthletics

  • SubQuantum Kinetics

  • Neuro-Linguistic Programming

  • Numerology

  • Hypnosis”

The order that I listed those influences was rather arbitrary and random. Even so, I am using that order to design the follow-up editions that will demonstrate how we can, and why we should direct our experiences.

On the top of the list is kinematics, which according to PhysicsClassroom.com is

“…the science of describing the motion of objects using words, diagrams, numbers, graphs, and equations.”

My expert training as a Master Clinical Hypnotist has helped me develop myself as a “Professional Belief System Enhancer”, a specialized type of behavioral scientist – which informs my practice of the Metaphysical Sciences.

My understanding is that our behavior (physical) is dictated by our beliefs (metaphysical). This is one of the fundamental secrets of thought to be unlocked.

Psychematics is the metaphysical science of describing human behavior using words, diagrams, numbers, graphs, and equations. Or as previously stated – using number and symbol to model, predict, and manipulate reality.

One of the first things that physics students learn about is kinematics. Kinematics itself is composed of several terms that need to be understood in a certain order to master the subject.

The language of kinematics begins with the terms Scalars and Vectors.

A scalar is an amount of something, or quantity telling us how much, or how many. An example of this is 74 miles per hour, or 120 kilometers per hour.

A vector is also an amount of something, or quantity. However, a vector also gives us a direction. An example of this is 120 kilometers per hour going south.

In Psychematics, this is important because the language can help to inform us about how fast we are going (level of descriptive detail) and in what direction (away from goals = negative; towards goals = positive).

The direction we are going is driven by how we feel about our goals and desires. Our emotions provide the propulsion, or driving force that determines whether we are moving towards our goals, or away from our goals.

Most people are unaware of this driving force, and usually act by default in a negative or positive direction because of their programming.

The next installment in Psychematics will be much more clear to almost anyone. It moves along with kinematics to describe the difference between the scalar quantity of distance in contrast with the vector quantity of displacement.

This metaphysical mapping reveals a very important idea about goal achievment in terms of thought, behavior, and our “movement” towards, away from, or simply staying in the same “place” in reference to our goals and desires.


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