Overcoming the Graphothosenic Inertia Syndrome

Carla Regina Galdino


This article aims at explaining the author's self-research about mental inertia, lowintellectual self-esteem, and self-victimization. The motivation for the research becameevident when I started penta. The methodology used was bibliographic and self-research, the application of the 5-hour reflection technique, and the writing of the author ́s biography. The text contains techniques used by the author to broaden her vision andself-experimentation of the consciential paradigm, to help her overcome these weaktraits. The results observed include: improvement in the author ́s decision-making process, a better perception of the function helper, and a decrease fear of assuming responsibilities. In conclusion, this study emphasizes both the importance of penta andreflection, as tools for self-research and for intraconsciential recycling.

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