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31. BTPT 3, 1
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... comparisons. As I said, we can step right through them, like Alice [or was it Eve?] "Mirrors give us empathy. When an event 'out there' of somebody doing something appears on the 'inner screen', the ...
32. BTPT 2, 6
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... That's empathy, and it's one of your superpowers. Empathy is how we produce the appropriate brain state for learning anything –that's the same emotional state it should be performed in. It relies upon ...
33. BTPT 2, 5
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... depressed Gnomes encourage apathy and so on. Ships under the control of Vulcans can only use intellect. They can't use empathy or emotion at all; they have no sense of humor that we are aware of, they ...
34. BTPT 2, 3
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... the ability to use empathy algorithms so that its goals would align with human beneficial goals. It must be able to learn over time and to improve itself by self analysis, just like humans can. And it ...
35. BTPT 2, 2
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... again. Left to nature and given freedom, we spend most of our time with our favorite people. In constant close proximity, we begin to bond. Our empathy with close individuals increases until communication ...
36. BTPT 2, 1
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... Bonding, Empathy and Emotion are free...only when we can't achieve them are we forced into accepting the poor substitutes of attachment, sympathy and sentiment. Well I'm saying, "Just say no" to low quality ...
37. BTPT 1, 3
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... on abilities like full empathy, synchrony, and synergy, abilities only achievable by an optimally functioning mind in a fully working brain, which hardly any of society is aiming to achieve. What we have ...
38. Introduction to Tutorials
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
... memory. Imagination, Empathy & Communication Tap into and share the resources of an abundant imagination. Understand why people behave as they do and improve your interpersonal ...
39. Intelligence - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Basics)
... and strategy skills [mainly N6]   Mimicry, procedural learning, social skills, empathy, decision making and judgement, natural morality and so on are also part of a healthy intelligence, but ...
... requires three abilities: Genuineness -- congruence, honesty with the person. Respect -- acceptance, unconditional positive regard towards the person. Empathy -- the ability to feel ...
...  Unconditional positive regard Empathy   Expect the "beneficial changes" to occur in YOU, not in the other person. We do not practice interaction to try to change others, ...
...  "befriend & bond" bonding, mating, befriending, making allies, empathy   OR   ...
... Remarkably, researchers at the University of Toronto have found that some of them will fire equally strongly when the patient watches someone else is poked. I call these "empathy neurons" or ...
44. Autism - A Theory of Autism, by Rama & Lindsay Oberman
(Neurohacking/Disorders & Problems)
... lack genuine empathy for other people and be oblivious to subtle social cues that most children would pick up effortlessly. In the 1940s two physicians-- American psychiatrist Leo Kanner and Austrian ...
... of mind such as humor, spirituality, gregariousness, bonding, empathy and self-awareness. As we noted in the last tutorial, the brain has finally come out of the closet, and we think that’s absolutely ...
46. How does Intal work, and what does it do?
(FAQs/Intal (Tutorials Program))
... gain abilities such as heightened empathy and strategy skills. You'll experience higher confidence and self esteem, and become more adept at communication and planning. You'll be able to relax when you ...
47. Homeworld Introduction
(Homeworld/Introductive Material)
... sensorimotor skills, spatial, creative and intellectual processes, perception, empathy and imagination. It's also known that if we don't use our intelligence as it is designed to be used, we limit our ...
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