Derived from the Hebrew root of love. Ahavanis was first proposed by psychologist Dr. Dieter Miller in 1982. Based upon Dr. Miller’s case study on the chemical connection of dopamine and norepinephrine in the brain to love, another discovery was made. He discovered an electric charge that triggers when two individuals have engaged in conflict over an extensive period that creates an energy disruption in time which he named, ahavanis. Ahavanis is the very short time frame in which an individual comes to a realization that a decision to change is critical to the outcome of the future of their relationship. Decision making during ahavanis can range from as short as a minute and up to a few days. The decision alone must precede a corresponding action to solidify the urgency of the change. This phenomenon is a state or a glimpse in time, if you will, that offers a complete alteration of one’s destiny reliant on a decision to make changes within this specific opportunity in time. This requires the decision making process to be vital and output to be extremely agile. There is no exact measurement of this window of time. It cannot be forecasted, pre-planned, or manipulated. It is made aware in one’s conscience in a split second of when ahavanis is taking place. It is discovered when one is intuitive and willing to understand that a change in character must happen exactly at this point in time in order for a relationship to work. Within this window of time, an individual’s set of needs, preferences, and values must be determined in a matter of seconds. Once the decision to change has been presented, a direct and active action must take place to show sincerity. If the decision and action to follow suit was completed within this time, the response and future of a relationship that is about to be annihilated may have a chance to survive, if not become exponentially better.
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