"It doesn't just matter what your NEUROLOGY can do for you, but also what YOU can do for it".
Dr. Sérgio Spritzer

Subjective reality (psy/psycho) affects and

is affected by objective reality (neuro).

Subjectivity has patterns that can and should be identified
as well as the standards of objective reality. Both must be examined and treated in a composite way.

Differentiate and integrate subjective and objective space-times, in yourself and in others.


This offers new senses with real effects.

Human Relations forming Networks:

You are not used to thinking of space-time reality and the identity of yourself and the other as composite experiences, each individual experience only makes sense when considered together, as a unit of meaning​

1. PsychoNeuro is the study of intrapersonal, interpersonal and collective (composite) subjective reality.

2. Subjective reality consists of ways of seeing, hearing and feeling mentally, composed in the form of space/time.​

3. Each of us needs to know our place and the place of others in composite realities.

4. The composition of meanings between my reality, yours and that of others, results in ours.

5. We are able to "travel" in space/time learning to compose our own realities, of ourselves with that of others, constituting a greater, more inclusive (composite) reality.

We built five steps for you to understand Psychoneurology and how it works:


Look at another person and close your eyes. See that person with your eyes closed. Open your eyes. Which of the realities is objective and which is subjective? 

Put yourself in the place of your self and in the place of the other, realizing the differences in postures, mimes, gestures, behaviors, attitudes and intentions of each one. 

Imagine, experience, talk.


When you are in the other's place, pay attention to the way you see, hear and feel, from his place.

Notice the difference between how he sees you and how you see yourself from his place. Discover new senses after switching the position of your consciousness. How would you and the other have an awareness of the relationship together?

Imagine, experience, talk.


Do the same exercise for an evoked memory.

See past experience. Go mentally to this experience and feel.

Put yourself alternately in your place and that of the other without haste until you differentiate these experiences in themselves.

Discover new meanings for her.  Imagine, experience, talk.


Design a desirable future for yourself with others (s) as ways of seeing, hearing and feeling.

Notice how your conscience distinguishes past, present and future experience. Talk to the other and distinguish how he perceives the "same" situation. 

Imagine, experience, talk.


Taking into account the ability to put yourself in and in the other's place, how do you feel? How do you perceive the other? How do they perceive themselves together?  

Imagine, experience, talk.