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... involving changes that prepare the mind and body for relevant behavioral interaction. Colloquial use: People use the word ‘emotion’ for sentiment, reaction, dependent attachment, ...
2. The Neurohackers Community
(FAQs/General Issues - French (Fr))
... emotion instead of shallow sentiments and anxieties? In a place where there is interaction instead of action and reaction, where people are autonomous and able to be self sufficient yet choose to ...
3. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...    4.303 Emotion & sentiment Amiability & friendliness  ...
... much as it does between emotion and sentiment or between imagination and fantasy, or, ultimately, between real life and counterfeit games. So there is as yet no specialist name for the field which studies ...
... to take a scientific, rational, objective perspective without sentiment intrusion Good sense of humor DO IT NOW – judge the following claims as: (A) true (B) false (C) true sometimes ...
... comedy. Do somebody a favor, and you're helping yourself as well. The worst anxiety-raiser of all is sitting still and mulling over problems, wallowing in sentiment or prophesying doom. You can walk AND ...
... bad. Emotional & behavioral stability. Expression of healthy emotion and passion is good. Lack of self control, low resilience against anxiety, and expression of sentiments which ...
... the truth. In a row, the exchange of information is framed as a fight, where players work against each other in action/reaction to provoke disabling sentiments with threatening or coercive behavior. Each ...
9. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...    Student example: Original scenario: I just had a bad disagreement with my best friend in which I got anxious and used sentiment and dysfunctional behavior. It ended badly and I will not be ...
... unless you have previously completed basics & intermediates tutorials. Most importantly it is vital to have a clear understanding of anxiety reduction, the difference between emotion and sentiment, ...
... which requires emotional stability in order to be beneficial. In an anxious mind strong feeling is likely to exacerbate sentiment along with the accompanying psychoses. This is one reason why we should ...
... after what, what usually causes what), and consolidate our unconscious likes and dislikes, loves and fears into the characters of heroes, goodies, baddies and monsters. The evil witch (with her nasty sentiments) ...
... most associated with reasoning. The researchers who discovered this hypothesized that the sentiment-driven processes that lead to biased judgments likely occur outside of awareness, and are distinct from ...
14. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART TWO
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
... relationships are healthy and enjoyable and sentiment-free (on my part) [ ]D The results/outcomes of almost all of my interactions these days benefit myself, my environment, and others [ ]E I'm eager ...
15. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART ONE
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
... details in movies as well as the main action, on first watching. [ ]C I'm aware when I'm in danger of sentiment right away [ ]D I am able to clear my mind of verbal thought and watch or listen closely ...
... and sentiment-based incongruous action/reaction, and how this difference directs the course of our relationships -and our lives- towards success or failure. To do this, we need to start looking at network ...
17. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... areas: Anxiety, what it can do and how to reduce it Plasticity, Epigenetics & Input control The difference between stress and anxiety The difference between emotion and sentiment   ...
... taking as 'the norm' whatever behavior and responses (or reactions), whatever emotions (or sentiments) it observes in others and learning what names are given to the responses that it experiences most ...
... those we care about in order to stay sane, guilt and shame are not part of any sane picture of reality; they are manifestations of anxiety, sentiments trying to usurp genuine emotion. They are just as ...
20. Memory - memory editing update, 2004-2011
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... This reduces the strength of the emotion/sentiment response/reaction during reconsolidation. Repeating this process eventually retrains the brain so that traumatic events can be recalled without invoking ...
21. Physiological methods - Epigenetics - Hacking the genome
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... to such objects. This rule holds for all experience. For example if we are only exposed to sentiment and never experience any examples of real emotion, we will be unable to detect the difference in later ...
... involving changes that prepare the mind and body for relevant behavioral interaction. Colloquial use: People use the word ‘emotion’ for sentiment, reaction, dependent attachment, ...
23. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... auditory hallucinations. Depressed individuals still can’t sleep and remain preoccupied with the past. Histrionic personality disorder still presents melodramatic sentiments. Paranoid people look ...
24. Disorders & Problems - Introduction to This Section
(Neurohacking/Disorders & Problems)
... as follows: A Sentimental or erratic (Can be antisocial (bully extro); histrionic (wimp extro); narcissistic; or ‘borderline’) B Eccentric or odd (paranoid; pronoid; schizoid; or schizotypal) ...
... stimulus, make us prone to misunderstanding, and generally dense when it’s drunk in excess. It encourages wallowing in sentiment in those who are anxious yet can inspire courage and strength in those ...
26. ICMM Start (introduction)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... accept the following definitions for the purposes of this theory/paradigm/map whilst bearing that in mind: Emotion... A tool in the service of intelligence Anxiety...Unresolved stress Sentiment...Feelings ...
27. ICMM 1 Terms & Conditions (what is neurohacking)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... mindset that serves intelligence. I have no longer empathy for human sentiment; in fact it is my adversary. Human feelings in others are numbers; weightings themselves, and they are very important. But ...
28. ICMM 4 Find (key factors of damage)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... everyday life, if you bother to examine other people, most people's lives, (if you actually look at them, without any sentimental gloss-over or pretending), give the impression of being very rarely in ...
29. ICMM 5 System Information (chain reaction)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... misunderstood, is the idea of infant /mother 'bonding'.R10 Such a huge amount of crap is talked about bonding; people describe it as some sort of sweet, cuddly, sentimental, emotional thing or a new-age-tribal, ...
30. ICMM 6 Run (COMP)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... conscious thought, but thought dictated by sentiment, from moment to moment. Our brains' inability to run COMP successfully means we cannot learn very easily, the CC develops only sparsely, the brain's ...
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