Biocognitive Science Institute: Exploring the Causes of Health in Cultural Contexts
By Dr. Mario E. Martinez
Dr. Mario E. Martinez, a clinical neuropsychologist, established the Biocognitive Science Institute™ in 1998. He developed a theory of mindbodyculture he calls Biocognition to suggests how cognition and biology coemerge with their cultural history in a bioinformational field that seeks maximum contextual relevance. The Biocognitive model evolved from research in psychoneuroimmunology, cultural neuroscience, and cultural anthropology. It proposes that biocognitive interpretations are communicated linearly and locally through the immune, nervous and endocrine pathways and expressed in the body.
In this recording I explain the difference between disclosing, confessing, and living your personal truth. You will find profound freedom, once you explore who you really are, free of cultural admonitions. Recall your pristine Self and thrive.
Thank you to Dr. Robert Rodgers at Parkinsons Recovery for this interview.
Parkinsons Recovery was founded in 2004 by Robert Rodgers, PhD to provide support, information and resources to persons who currently experience the symptoms of Parkinson's disease.
Dr. Mario E. Martinez, a clinical neuropsychologist, established the Biocognitive Science Institute™ in 1998. He developed a theory of mindbodyculture he calls Biocognition to suggests how cognition and biology coemerge with their cultural history in a bioinformational field that seeks maximum contextual relevance.
Mario Martinez's theory of biocognitive science proposes that the brain learns to interpret symbols and their biological correlates from cultural contexts. He is the proponent of cultural psychoneuroimmunology (how cultural beliefs affect the regulation of nervous, immune, and endocrine systems). The plasticity of our brain allows for reversals of dysfunctional behavior learned from the cultural reality we weave to perceive our world.
This conversation is all about archetypes from a biocognitive lens for you to:
Learn about common archetypes in personal and professional contexts.
Differentiate between your job title and your archetypes.
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Our brain projects time and space based on our experiences. What we see unfolding with people that are important in our lives is archived to later replicate. This can be good or it can be very devastating because you will be superimposing how to experience what you learned by observing others in situations from the past. For example, if you see your parents aging at a particular rate, you will be storing the information on how your aging should unfold. In this audio, I explain the process and give you alternatives to deal with the time when you reach turbulence at the edge of horizons.
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The Turritopsis is a jellyfish that never dies. Although it has no brain and no heart, when it reaches a certain limit of aging, it simply drops to the bottom of the ocean and triggers polyps that generate stem cells to reproduce itself for another generation. So, unless killed by a predator, the Turritopsis is immortal.
Based on what I have discovered from the regenerating process, I am going to discuss ways to approximate what the Turritopsis does using our consciousness. This does not mean that I am promising immortality. Instead, I am proposing techniques that add to the gene expression of longevity.
In this podcast, I explain the neuropsychology of the visual-spatial images of the right brain and the linguistic symbols of the left brain. As you explore my artwork, you can begin to identify your own archetypes and healing mindscapes to enhance your private journey.
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In biocognition, the latest horizon is exploring a new concept that I call disaging. The premise is to look at aging as an illness rather than a natural progressive deterioration of mind and body. Although a bold concept, so were objects that could fly, the earth is round, and going to the moon. But this exploration is beyond what scientists are doing in genetic engineering. The disaging I propose goes beyond diets, exercise, pharmacology, and conventional medicine. It does not replace these scientifically sound methods, but it accepts them as necessary without being sufficient.
What is lacking in modern science is the expansion of consciousness needed to extract the wisdom that we presently consider unattainable. So gradually, we are going to explore the next step of what I learned from my work with healthy centenarians, worldwide. In other words, I learned how centenarians think and exist successfully in their long and meaningful lives. Now I want to take this knowledge a step beyond conventional wisdom using biocognitive tools to cultivate our innate potential that could resolve the mystery of aging as an illness.