Introduction

1. The unconscious dynamic of the human mind is now known.

2. This unconscious dynamic forms in the pre-oedipal, early oral stage of development (the first two years of life), prior to the oedipal stage (Infant Menu).

3. This unconscious dynamic may be relatively normal: that is, it will have stabilized on the reality-acceptance level; or it may be infected with the disease of neurosis. If infected with neurosis, the individual's unconscious dynamic will have stabilized on the reality-rejection level.

4. This unconscious dynamic is the origin of energy
and motivations for most subsequent adult mental functions.

5. This disease is treatable: the unconscious dynamic, once formed,
does not change without some form of effective intervention.