Maxwell Maltz ,a highly successful plastic surgeon Maltz popularised the term "self-image" to describe one's inner face.
In 1960 he published
Psycho-Cybernetics in which he introduced his analogy of thebrain as a cybernetic "servo-mechanism", like the computer on a guided missile,
designed to automatically find a path to the target (self-image) it is programmed with.
and is also used to describe
processes in electrical, mechanical or biological systems,The theory evolved in large part
from guided missile technology. (Maltz)
Refers to the "inner computer" combining memory search andretrieval, creative thinking, problem solving, providing self-confidence, and many other functions and selfhood based on directed conscious, rational thought and deliberate use of imagination fostered at times by automatic repetition of learned behaviour in congruence with/controlled and guided steersmanship
direct neural interface "re-parenting based on Dr Bandy's unorthodox 24-hour therapy which involving control of "every aspect of a subject's/pateint's] physical, personal, social and sexual environments .Tru Christie,an ex-patient/proxy/"student of ***** co-opted the latest technology involving mind to mind interface to help others he thought might benefit from reparenting techniques both face to face and eventually "wirelessly"