|In cognitive psychology, the word "schema" is used to describe a mental process for efficiently processing and organizing incoming information. Answers to frequently asked questions about schemas as they relate to the "self" are provided by clicking on this link. Also provided are references to the relevant literature on cognitive schematic processing that provided the theoretical foundation for the 3-S program.
||This link provides a general overview of the Spiritual Self-Schema (3-S) development program that seeks to help individuals of all faiths increase their awareness of habitually activated self-schemas that lead to suffering, and to create, strengthen, and activate instead an alternative self-schema -- the Spiritual self-schema -- that is consistent with their personal Spiritual path.
||General 3-S approach:
Specific Applications of 3-S: