"The 8-Circuit Model of Consciousness is a theory in psychology, first proposed by Timothy Leary. It consists of several quantum psychological systems that unify the various interpretations of the main altered states of consciousness into one coherent meta-theory."
Hmm, sounded kinda mumbo-jumbo-ish, but I decided to read on. But when I hit "Timothy Leary greatly expanded upon the basic premise of eight brains, he had been inspired from sources such as the Hindu chakra system. However, the most direct transmission occurred when Leary received a document from a student of yoga." I hit the back button.
I can only smile thinking about the couple hours of facts and debunking that Sheldon Cooper can fill talking about this page.
Also, perhaps the particular language he used was useful in dealing with patients?