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# A Mathematical Means To Eliminate Chronic Pain

Mark Cater

Abstract:

There are many “forms” of pain and chronic pain, some of these are due to car accidents and others are
mild and consistent cases requiring “ongoing treatment” via medicine. Many of these medicines are
necessary as is aspirin and numbing agents to alleviate the source temporarily. However many medicines
derive their properties from ancient alchemical techniques handed down to what is today called chemistry.
While some patients prefer all-natural cures in the face of corporate bottom-line we present and alternative
method here. In other cases the workings of the mind are at play. Through repeated efforts of the principles
below a mathematical means whereby these pains are consolidated into hierarchical forms are relieved and
eliminated. The applications are discretionary but do in fact work.

The premise of G Spencer Brown’s paper “The Laws of Form” is that nothing at all can come into
existence (thereby becoming existent from non-existence) without a distinction or a “mark” being
made with “intent” upon the formlessness of the unmarked state.

Therefore the mark then follows exact laws, corresponding to phenomena, which the forms
symbolically
define. The forms themselves are symbols functioning as the prime processes to which
all things follow in order to exist.

## ( 1 ) Establishment of an in/indistinctive state of non-existence.

( 2 ) ( ) = Unmarked State.
( 3 ) ( ) = Symbol for unmarked state [ ∞ = infinity ].
( 4 ) ( ⋅ ) = Unmarked state equal to marked state.
( 5 ) Establish the formlessness of the unmarked state with “intent”.

(6)=

## (9)= = same as in “7”

( 10 ) = = same as in “7”

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( 11 ) = = same as in “7”

( 12 ) = η where
______
η
______
η

Value

( 13 ) = η = χ, y, z. Where [χ≤y≤z<∞
( χ ) ≤ ( y ), (χ y ) ≤ (z), ( χ y z ) <∞ ]

Sets

## ( 14 ) χ = Distinct state ( form ) for negative functions ( - )

( 15 ) y = Distinct state ( form ) for positive functions ( + )
( 16 ) z = Distinct state ( form ) for neutral functions ( 0 )
( 17 ) “Generating” = ( ) = ∞

( 18 ) ┐ =.

( 19 ) χ┐ =.

For those who are in chronic pain (headaches and the like or a prior car accident), a person may
consolidate this pain and make it disappear and make it go away by playing this in the mind or
perhaps in front of a mirror. One does this by taking all your pain and all your pleasure and
consolidating
it into the marked hierarchical forms so that it reverses into non-existence. Pain cannot
be without pleasure and therefore one can consolidate it into a state of non-existence. It can be
done with any one of the hierarchal forms.

For those who are in chronic pain (headaches and the like or a prior car accident), a person may
consolidate this pain and make it disappear and make it go away by playing this in the mind or
perhaps in front of a mirror. One does this by taking all your pain and all your pleasure and
consolidating
it into the marked hierarchical forms so that it reverses into non-existence. Pain cannot
be without pleasure and therefore one can consolidate it into a state of non-existence. It can be
done with any one of the hierarchal forms.

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## A. Pain and pleasure = (yin-yang)

Consolidating… (Consolidate each to nothing)

(·)
( )

## (Same with all other Hierarchical forms)

The formlessness of the unmarked state suggest that from the unmarked state to the marked
state derives from formlessness to form with “intent” indicates a crystallization process tending
toward transmutation from non-existence into existence absent of inversion and absent of
continually developing forms. Perhaps the suggestion here is that they exist in an exotic form
such as negative energy.

References:

## 1) Laws of Form. by G. Spencer-Brown . January 1973 Crown Publishing Group.

2) Quantum Nanotechnology by Mark Cater 2005-10