The REI theory claims that depression is the psychological contradiction of being in love; being in love is that fantastical feeling when we meet someone who attracts us. This, of course, is not yet true love but rather having a crush, which I have mentioned before and is a state of mind that fades in 6 to 12 months in most cases. You can read more about how theory REI divides “being in love” from “true love” in this topic.

Someone in depression sees the world from the pessimistic side and for him, life has no sense. He minimizes his…


Our two minds — Emotion and Instinct are subconscious minds, and their behavior and actions can be seen only when we observe the third person, but not ourselves. We cannot detect any actions of them within ourselves, because our most important mind, is setting the rules of our world (our perception). This means that we see the world as our primary mind does see it. One important thing here is also, that we try to explain the actions always with our Reason, and this is why we get “bad parents”, instead explanation, why some individual who has dominated Emotion in…


Today I would like to talk about expressing affection of an individual mind. As we know already from the previous writing, every human is possessing one of the 13 different ways of thinking from the REI theory. The way of thinking represents his very own character, which is established at the time of puberty and stays for the rest of his life, the same. We have already learned that there are four main groups of thinking. The first group is the group of people who primarily think with Reason and their Emotion and Instinct is in the subordinate role. The…


One of the bigger problems in today’s society is that Reason is transforming men into women and women into men …

Let me explain.

Considering Reason’s concept it would be only fair to blur the line between men and women as much as possible. This makes sense since Reason is equally distributed with both genders and equally present among both sexes. However, by blurring the line between men and women, Reason destroys the concept of Emotion and Instinct, where the two are differently distributed between men and women. We are not aware that women who behave like men (Emotion) turn…


Sometimes I woke up with the thoughts forging our future. Those thoughts are the desires and interests of a child growing up and mainly the right upbringing. One morning, I watched a show named Good Morning on local TV, where the main guests were a psychologist and a singer. They had to answer some of the host’s questions, which were mostly about the child and how to raise the child properly and safely.

Honestly, it all looked like stringing rules over rules; in other words, how to convince a child not to do something, that his parents do not like…


In this topic, I will continue the previous topic, which was how a fair educational system would look like through the REI theory. As I mentioned already, these days, not all people have the same educational opportunities. Let us see how that influences us later on when we are looking for employment.

The REI theory reveals that the main problem in modern society is the Reasons dominating over Emotion and Instinct. This also has an influence on which jobs are more desirable and of course better paid. We don’t need to guess twice. Those are Reason jobs. …


Today I would like to talk about our educational system and give you a sight on how would an equitable or fair educational system look through REI theory. We now know, from the introduction post, that people classified themselves in groups by the main thinking processor. According to REI theory in general there exist three main ways of thinking. Reasons, Emotions, and Instincts way (also called logic). Because each for themselves values their own values, groups of people who think the same, are formed.

The group of people who mainly think with Emotion (means their character primarily behaves as characteristics…


REI theory is a new model of understanding how our mind works. It is based on the hypothesis that our mind does not operate as one, but three autonomous minds- one conscious and two subconscious that continuously cooperate to achieve our own, individual perception of the world. The three minds process all information that our body perceives from its surroundings. The author has named the processors’ Reason (R), Emotion (E) and Instinct (I). R is the logical, analytical thought processor that provides awareness and represents the part of our thinking that is based on understanding. It deals with information based…


I am not writing in a logical order, as in University. This is because the concept that I am using here, request a completely different logic of thinking. As with the majority of people, they understand common terms, definitions, and rules.

Writing in a completely different order, starting with something completely unknown, forces people to think about, what did they read. And because the concept in which it is written is completely new for a reading individual, there is a need to re-read or need to find a foundation or description of the concept.

I started mainly with some interesting…


In these times, we comprehend only one world, and that is the world, we live in. This is a huge mistake. Every single person lives and has his own perception of the world. Because we assume easily (by own character) what others think, we definitely can make more false than right claims. Moreover, there are two things, we must take into account! One aspect is the attributes between characters and the other aspect is the attributes of the Reason, Emotion, and Instinct which will be published in one of the later stories.

The Emotions, which are mainly men, approximately 75%…

Tade Brunsek

Truth seeker and a life coach. Music enthusiast and a life lerner.

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