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... (feeling, knowing, doing). The combination of input for medial networks, frontal networks and rear networks is what makes for powerful self suggestion techniques and rapid beneficial change. This is ...
... rear networks were unconscious and front networks conscious; or that one side of the brain was conscious and the other wasn't. We now know that all networks carry out both unconscious and conscious processing, ...
... self-knowledge skills. As we mention throughout, all frontal nets rely on rear networks, whose subroutines they recruit and abstract for various processes. So in looking at N5; a main supporting network ...
... -but this time we're building a series of inter-network bridges; main data highways, busses between concrete and abstract; unconscious and conscious, rear networks and frontal lobes, right and left hemispheres. ...
... 'in their own terms' (in their own formats) and this is abstract, unlike the concrete, sensorimotor 'grounded' format of rear networks. For congruity N4 must interface with N3 and translate N3's analogical ...
... function, but all frontal nets rely on rear networks, whose subroutines they recruit and abstract for various processes. So in looking at N4; a main supporting network in interaction, we must also consider ...
7. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
    SAKIRO'S HACKIPEDIA  Volume 1 This is a directory of practical hacks and exercises (H&E) in Neurohacking, including some tests for self assessment. Introduction: When ...
... functions of intelligence (including rationality and conscious control of rear systems) is compromised. We begin using rear networks for automatic making of decisions and determining output –something ...
... procedural skills. N1 has the same relationship to N5 as N2 has to N4. The rear networks deal with concrete concepts and the frontal networks deal with abstract concepts. Because N2 supports N4 in ...
... those sensors in order to concentrate and avoid irrelevant distractions. That's why these primary input networks; the rear networks, must be balanced if we are to progress. Your NH tools for adjusting ...
11. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... and sensorimotor methods are very helpful if you have nonuse in network 1 or weak rear networks in general. They are not usually helpful if network 1 is in wronguse or if you have uncontrolled overt synesthesia ...
...      Stress & Relaxation in Rear Networks Although up until now we have considered N1 and N2 as a single network, because they share various tasks such as locomotion and sensory ...
13. Matrix Theory - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... and prediction-based; relying on memory and imagination. Memory and imagination are the foundations of predictive intelligence, and the functions of the rear networks of the brain support the front executive ...
... alters the development of the fetus in the womb. Rear networks overdevelop (the genome is getting the message that whatever is born had better have a huge muscular and skeletal system in order to catch ...
... three rear networks and the pituitary gland, functions as an interface between brain and body and helps maintain energy homeostasis [using hormones to regulate our heart rate, temperature etc] as well ...