Elements of the PWM & PSW Theory
Your Path to Greater empowerment
Compass of Jurisprudence
The PWM Theory is a comprehensive scientific method and the PSW Theory is a practical approach to applying civil jurisprudence that encompasses and provides an equal law whereby all people in society can now have equal protection of their personal human rights in all family law court litigations.
Flower of Life
The Flower of life is a depiction of the most common psychosocial factors that impact every person’s life in a governed society historically and in modern day times. The individual flower of life has many petals. Family, loved ones, faith, hope and dreams are our most prized possessions in this world; the heart and soul of our individual psychosocial condition.
A tetra-triangular model depicting the synoptic overview of the 100 point checklist; it is the tally of the positive, negative and equilibrium results for all astroglia. Astrocyte X or the computed PSW score of each litigant.
Free Choice Molecule
Also known as the 5P model, freedom to choose expenditures of time, energy, resources and pleasures is a natural right and the inalienable five powers of the People; any infringement thereon alters the petals on the flower of life to its detriment.
Astrocytes are the cells found in the brain; the central nervous system is impacted by the condition of these cells. In the PWM Theory, ten type of astrocytes that function together under the influence of astroglia.
Named after the twelve gates of every person’s life, astroglia are the molecules that interact with gates of entry into the sacred inner sanctum of a person’s most prized possessions of life in this world. Astroglia are the small circles on the outer surface of the ten astrocytes.
The justice formula is a mathematical model that measures the PSW score, the constitutionality of statutory laws and practices; the justice to be awarded to a litigant; to ensure that the victims of domestic violence and their families receive full due regard for every possible factor; and to help guarantee children in as much as possible who are subjects and often victims to family law matters like child custody court orders.