People Who Cannot Control Their Behaviour

Anti-social behaviour

control their behaviourSome people just cannot control their behaviour. Perhaps they are addicted to gambling, drugs or alcohol.  They may have any of a number of different anti-social  behaviours. 75 – 85% of prisoners who are let out on parole will reoffend. They often simply cannot control themselves. They are victims of arrested brain development.

Before Dr. Paul Hegstrom was healed, he used to beat his wife. He hated himself for doing that. He kept promising himself that he would never do it again.

He even spent $30,000 on psychologists’ fees. They could not help him. He still could not control himself. He and the parolees who reoffend are the victims of arrested brain development.

Rewired his brain

control their behaviourAfter much study he finally found out how to “rewire” his brain.  The process took three years. He no longer has any trouble with wife beating.

He and his former wife got remarried. After 23 years in the new marriage, there has never been a single case of domestic violence.

Enabling parolees to control their behaviour

control their behaviourDr. Hegstrom and his team of psychological researchers have worked with parolees. They worked with several groups of ex-cons in the state of Georgia. Instead of 75 – 85% of them reoffending, 2 – 6% of them reoffended.

They worked with over 500 parolees in the state of Texas. In all 500 cases, the symptoms of their arrested brain development was reversed. After five years into the project, NONE of them had reoffended.

Why People Cannot Control Themselves

Paul had been raped by a man at age eight. That had been the main cause of his arrested brain development.

Some types of childhood traumas cause the body’s adrenalin-producing system to be on high alert. As a result, three different chemicals (dopamine, seratonin and norepinephrine) cannot be produced in sufficient quantities at the onset of puberty. The extra adrenalin prevents that from happening. Consequently, the brain does not fully develop and, in Paul’s case, part of him remained like a nine-year-old boy.

The five types of childhood traumas that can cause the adrenalin-producing system to stay on high alert are:

♦ Rejection in the original family,
♦ Incest,
♦ Molestation
♦ Emotional abuse and
♦ Physical abuse.

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The information on this post came from an episode of It’s Supernatural.  Watch the entire TV interview between Sid Roth & Dr. Paul Hegstrom.

Listen to 5 radio interviews between Sid Roth & Dr. Paul Hegstrom.

In the event that you are studying Dr. Hegstrom’s work, it may be useful to watch the video below. To help you understand the rewiring of the brain, it helps to understand the workings of the dendrites, axons, brain cell bodies and the synapses.

This Is His Journey from Vile Sinner to Special Saint

Abusive, alcoholic father

sinnerRon Reagan’s folks did not know how to build strong children. He  had a physically abusive, alcoholic father. As a result, he left home at age 12,  never voluntarily went back and became a severe sinner.

He went into the world as a boy filled with hate & anger.

Learn more in the very short video below.

Hate, rage, crime, alcohol, drugs, destruction

Ron Reagan’s internal sinner state of hate & rage led to a life of crime. This worked hand-in-hand with alcohol & drug addiction.

It eventually led him to a severe altercation. The fight was so bad that much blood drained out of his body & he saw hell.

Watch the video below to learn more.

Chaos in car & emergency room

After the altercation, a man drove Ron to a hospital. The floor boards were full of blood.

In the hospital the emergency room personnel thought that they’d we unable to save him.

Learn more from the video below.

Trip to second hospital & to hell

Personnel in the hospital sent Ron to a second hospital in the ambulance. At one point it seemed to him like the ambulance exploded.

He felt his spirit leave has body. Then he looked down and saw what looked like an active volcano.

Watch the video.

What hell was like for severe sinner friends

What looked like an active volcano actually was hell. Down there he saw criminals he had known.

Their spirit bodies were being burned but they continued to live in agony. The smell was terrible. The loneliness was terrible.

They yelled out, “Ronnie, don’t come here. There’s no escape; there’s no way out.”

Watch the video.

Happy ending

There is a happy ending to this story. It’s a very happy ending. To hear it, you’ll have to listen to Ron Reagan’s discussion with Sid Roth.

sinnerThis episode of It’s Supernatural first aired in 1996. Listen to the entire interview between Ron Reagan & Sid Roth.


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