Basic Elements of JEP

jep elements

Jazbat Emotional Psychotherapy is a method of mental healing that has successfully been practiced on Social Media by Rajeev Singh. As an independent researcher, Rajeev Singh found that in India, an individual member of the family is facing many psychological problems and there is not any awareness or talk on this issue.

  1. Basic concepts in JEP
    1. Who is an individual?
    2. What is conditioning?
    3. What is Problem Mind?
    4. What is thesis?
    5. What is anti thesis?
    6. What is deconstruction?
    7. What is thinking self?
    8. What is solution mind?

The individual in the family feels isolated when his/her faced any mental issues and the family system is failed in giving solutions and peace of mind to such members living inside the walls of the house. Even, mental issues you can’t discuss with your family member, close relatives, and friends. In such a situation, a person faces depression and pressure of thoughts. As a solution is not seen, the tension becomes deeper. Many complications in life arise out of such depression and suicide is one of them.

I will classify all mental issues one by one in my blog posts but in this post, I want to focus on the basic elements of JEP. I started a page on Facebook with the motive that individuals will tell his/her problem in story format and his/her privacy will be secured. I started talking with such individuals and with permission posted a story on my Facebook page. Members of the page started to suggest solutions and encouraged individuals to find a way to come out of the problem.

In this journey, I found that many mental issues can be stopped at an early stage just with the right way of communication and support. In psychotherapy, we must address problems when it arises. If diseases will be cured at an early stage then many lives will be saved. The concept of JEP developed in my mind and I started writing about it hoping that the world will appreciate this new idea.

Basic concepts in JEP

  • Individual
  • Conditioning
  • Problem Mind
  • Thesis
  • Anti Thesis
  • Deconstruction
  • Reverse conditioning
  • Thinking self
  • Solution Mind

Who is an individual?

The individual in JEP is a person living as a unit of the world society. The individual is not natural but social. When the body of an individual is born in natural form, that newborn is unaware of language. Parents name that natural body and here starts a life of a social individual. An individual is formed and structured by the words of the language. Family, society, and culture limit the thinking power of the mind which is called conditioning.

What is conditioning?

Conditioning is a term that denotes a habitual response to a stimulus learned while living in a family, relationship, and social circle. Many responses of individuals are fixed by cultural conditioning. Here language of a particular place or culture plays a greater role in deciding the behavior of an individual. Conditioning creates robotic thinking and language creates walls of thought which have limitations. This limitation of the mind creates problems.

What is Problem Mind?

Conditioning is the root cause of the problem mind. The mind of a conditioned individual faced a series of problems while living in the social world. Why? Because every day comes with new and unique situations which need a solution mind to take a decision. Conditioning teaches the mind to react in a fixed way to a problem mind can only think about a problem, not about the solution. That is the root cause of all mental illnesses. In JEP, all thoughts of the problem mind are called a thesis.

What is thesis?

All thoughts of an individual with a problem mind are compiled in the thesis. When I talk with such individuals, I tell them to write about the problem. They write, then I try to see what kind of thoughts are creating mental problems in an individual. After that, I prepare an anti thesis to counter the thesis of the individual.

What is anti thesis?

To counter-thesis of problem mind of the individual, I create an anti thesis and while chatting with an individual I put many questions as an anti thesis. These anti theses work as medicine to lower the tension of the problem mind as anti thesis gives individual a new languages frame to think about a solution. But before reaching to the solution, an individual must focus on antithesis. When an individual starts to think about an anti thesis, that stage leads to deconstruction.

What is deconstruction?

When an individual begins to come out of a conditioned mind, his/her focus shifts to the other side of the coin. Under the impact of the anti thesis, the problem mind of an individual exposed to new ideas and mind goes under deconstruction mode. Deconstruction simply means, thinking about many sides of the problem and finding the light of solution in the linguistic darkness of the mind. Deconstruction teaches the mind new ways to think that create a thinking self.

What is thinking self?

The thinking self is that individual who is coming out from the grip of the conditioned mind. JEP boosts individuals to free themselves from the chain of conditioning. A thinking self is empowered by finding a solution. A thinking self is creative. Thinking self creates a solution mind.

What is solution mind?

The solution mind is the free self of an individual who always tries to go behind the solution, no problem. A problem mind is always trapped by a problem but a solution mind always tries to come out of the problem. The motive of JEP is to create a solution mind in an individual so that he/she can solve his own problem through creative thinking. Such individuals in the future will also be beneficial to society because he/she will also try to solve the problem of other individuals. A solution mind will also find a solution to social problems, in this sense, JEP is a method to make a better individual and a better society.