The Science of Discovery, Soft Cover

About Steven Paglierani

Steven Paglierani is an author, teacher, social worker, and scientist whose writings describe the world through the lens of Asperger's. As a licensed therapist, he teaches others—including those with Asperger's—to stop imitating normal and to be themselves. He's created the first natural description of human personality, a theory wherein everything derives from a single fractal pattern. He's also built and raced Shelby Mustangs, been a singer / song writer mentioned in Rolling Stone, and designed his best friend's home as a wedding gift.

Healing My Fear of Heights (using cycles of three)

(This video is typical of Steven. He believes he should never ask others to do what he, himself, will not do. And in this video, he tells the story of how he healed his lifelong fear of heights. Know that when he says, "healed," he does not mean merely ridding himself of the symptoms. He means "falling in love" with looking down from high places.)

In the Summer of 1996, I discovered a way to identify & heal wounds. Unfortunately, by about age 4, the human mind creates three limitations. For close to twenty years, these limitations have prevented me from teaching this discovery to others. Indeed, these limitations are so powerful, they have become the basis for our science, our medicine, and our psychology. And anything which does not make it past these filters, the human mind simply discards.

What kinds of things does the mind filter out? Unanswered questions, things which focus on wholeness, and the importance of natural patterns. What kinds of things does the human mind retain? Things which focus on answers, things which focus on brokenness (suffering), and things which focus on logic. Here, science focuses on finding answers. Medicine focuses on what's broken. And psychology focuses only on logical answers to what's broken.

Is it possible to learn to see past these three limits? All I can say is, I have. How? By visualizing scenes in which these three limits do not exist. For instance, in the story I'm about to tell you, I used a technique called, "cycles of three". This technique allowed me to heal a lifelong fear of heights.