Many people are suffering & are denied the help they need, this is a problem. I'm Ben, a peer mentor, who has built a website to share ideas, principles & innovations in peer services to bring about economic solution. One predominant principle is that mindfulness can heal the brain. Another is to dwell on the positive solution, such as our vast list of therapies, rather than the negative problem. Ways of thinking, or paradigm, is another principle. We look at every unique human being as an individual who has challenges of their own, most people don't fit into a cookie-cutter.
Problem: services to the disabled are scattered far apart preventing anyone from getting to them in reasonable time. Road-blocks promote unemployment, breaking shelter curfew, lack of structure, depression, sleep-loss, poor nutrition, lack of education and a poor launchpad for life. Civil rights concerning life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness have been stifled. Landlords abusing their power by evictions contribute greatly to stealing from people their liberties to continue any meaningful pursuit of life, liberty, or happiness. This problem is compounded when programs do the opposite of what they promise.
Solution: Our solution is based on general Welfare as defined in the US Constitution. The dividing line between the well off and less fortunate can be erased by empowerment of all individuals. A me-too generation shall promote equality. My idea is to reinvest or construct buildings to become a community hub to provide a complete reintegration package under the umbrella of a consortium.
Projected results of the proposed solution The goal of the hub is to provide educational, physiomental and medical social services in one spot, reducing downtime and redundant applications.
1. Detox Homelessness is perpetuated by toxicity in all aspects of biology. Applicants will transform them in mind, body and spirit. Everyone enrolled in the program will be required to take the challenge of detox via smoothies, Baroque, philosophy and/or spirituality, and cleansing of the mind of toxic thinking.
2. Shelter The classrooms will serve dual functions. Due to limited building size, people will fold out desks for day use, and cots for night.
3. Classes A neuropsychologist will design exercises to reset minds to think in a logical, organized fashion. It will reduce reliance on mental services in the future. The goal is to provide skills that will allow individuals to be self-sufficient when they leave the program. A systematic education equally as intrinsic to the human body (causes and effects) is necessary for a successful life. Students will address the root cause of their crisis. Class material will include effective study habits, time management, organizing, problem-solving, decision- making and goal-setting.
4. Path to Homeownership via the Tiny Homes Program Participants will have the option to set aside a portion of their income towards the construction of a tiny home. Those with sensory overload will be given the opportunity to live a stable life because of this program.
Customizing the dwelling to the owner’s needs will help address hypoallergenic issues. Rental parking with tiny home facilities near the individual’s employment will maximize productivity, reduce transportation and put more bicycles on the road. Relocation will be more economical. City zoning and building codes will have to be reformed to make this more practical.
The tiny home program’s modification to the city planning commission would be something like creating new parking areas with utility hookups. It would also require amendments to existing zoning ordinances to permit the continual construction of tiny homes. There shall be a stop to the creation of road-blocks on humanity such as limitations on humanitarian services. Tiny homes neighborhoods offer affordability, rapid construction, and they offer people with a low-income the human decency of owning a house.
We’ll cover goals, logical thinking, prioritizing needs versus wants, budgeting, sound decision-making, effective problem-solving, organizing, time management, and promoting a healthy mind and body. Students will learn how to weigh pros and cons for the most effective decisions and survival.
To boost understanding of one another, we’ll include a class on basic neurology, and how it relates to the psychology of one another. When people know how to maintain efficient neuron function, we can be one step closer to each individual being happy and healthy, paramount to a thriving workforce.
We first unlearn false information, then learn about the different chemical messengers. It’s all about the roles of hormones, chemical messengers and pheromones that keep us well. The endocrine system will be taught extensively. The solution can be as simple as taking Iodine, salmon oil and/or mucuna pruriens. Dr Albert Peters is an expert, he can provide material.
Bioelectronics is the study of the electrical relationship between ourselves, others and the Earth. The resonance is usually 7.83 Hz with the occasional spike in frequency. The Schumann frequency, most notably seen as lightning, regulates brainwaves of all life on Earth, affecting thinking patterns.
We'll be learning about Biophoton Field Theory in addition to the Schumann resonance. Hainsworth, Pitkanin, and Sidorov's research reveals that the Schumann resonance is substrate for extrasensory perception common to all lifeforms. The subject includes Biophoton Field studies because Alexander Gurwitsch and Dr Fritz Popp's research agree with the healing properties of the interaction with the Schumann resonance.
Tiny homes neighborhoods offer affordability, rapid construction, and they offer people with a low-income the human decency of owning a house without the constant threat of an eviction. The tinyhomes are primarily designed to cater to those with sensory overload, still anyone can join. The program addresses the housing discrimination that people with sensory overload experience. As long as the dwelling is separated from the neighbor’s, there’s excessive sensory stimulus. The owner has the privilege to customize the dwelling to his or her needs.
The completed tiny home will be moved to rental parking with tiny home facilities near the individual’s employment. People have the option of relocating depending on their sensory demands. For instance, the individual can move to an area of less traffic, to less pollution, to different neighbors, etc. This convenient location setup would involve reforming the city’s zoning and building codes.
The tiny home program’s modification to the city planning commission would be something like creating new parking areas with utility hookups. It would also require amendments to existing zoning ordinances to permit the continual construction of tiny homes.