Concept and Theory
Normalizer was developed on the basis of psychological reversal. Sometimes people act unconsciously against their own well being and success to the extent that they will reject an otherwise effective healing modality. Short term fixes for it were found that would last a few minutes.
Professor Farrell Brenner became interested in a longer-term correction for this problem. In his view, there are many areas of life where people seem be operating as their own worst enemy. He reasoned that it could be of great help to ease the suffering of people to find longer term correction to psychological reversal.
Normalizer was developed to extend the scope of correction of the reversal process, to do more than just address psychological reversal. At the most abstract level, the human bio-computer can operate in an error state such that a reversal can happen in any program line that defines a process or its regulation.
If you think of programs defined as on/off events, or as zeros or ones, a reversal would be where the opposite polarity of the original natural event is invoked. The result is that the reversed person approaches when he should avoid and avoids when he should approach.
This reversed behavior can happen on any level of human function including social (engaging with abusive or unloving people), dietary (eating unhealthy foods), habitual (addictions), emotional (self-destructive feelings) or physiological (processes that are unhealthy for the long run even if they are adaptive in the short run).
Reversal can be potentially happening in one or more of areas.
From this perspective, to normalize means to return to the original natural function. A normalizer would hit the "reset button" so the person could return to normal, not reversed polarity.
When using Normalizer we recommend that you express your will, imagination or intention to spark the change = make a clear declarative statement of intent.