The Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model in psychology and its applications: a) to the specialist, b) to the counselor, c) to the counselor’s environment.
All individuals suffering from the same health issues have common characteristics that are reflected in the functioning of specific areas of the brain, in three categories representing the three human Types A, B and C.
The individual profile of each Type has its own personality, as the set of incarnated predispositions to certain modes of reaction, and determines the willful element, that is, the way in which each Type consciously chooses to act and to address to the various opportunities and obstacles presented in his course of life.
The three Types, so far, have been captives of their character. The discovery of human Typology enables each Type of person to know the part of the brain that determines his moves, action and behaviour and opens the way of self-awareness and hetero- awareness (knowing the others). It leads to happiness, by giving uniqueness, bringing to each individual all the particular mental and spiritual characteristics and modes of behaviour, the result of the harmonious cooperation of the three parts of the brain (intranasal cortex, amygdala and hippocampus) in action, management and perseverance.
Thought creates disorder in the brain and the brain, in its turn, injures the body. However, the proper use of thought opens the way and gives the opportunity to each person to realize his will. While bodies are subject to limitation of locality and time, thought is free from any limitations. It is the means, if we use it properly, to experience the Freedom that governs Creation.