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Neurohacking Tutorial 7 - Imagination & Related Abilities
Network 3 & Mirror Neurons
Perception From the Bottom Up
What Happens if Things Go Wrong
The Mind's Inner Model
NHA Guide to Methods & Technology
The Most Important Bits to Remember
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Towards Entelechy 


"Imagination is more important than knowledge.
Knowledge is limited.
Imagination encircles the world."

Albert Einstein


 Imagine there's no heaven,
It's easy if you try,
No hell below us,
Above us only sky,
Imagine all the people
living for today...

Imagine there's no countries,
It isnt hard to do,
Nothing to kill or die for,
No religion too,
Imagine all the people
living life in peace.


John Lennon


A Samurai student once challenged a Zen master to explain the concept of Heaven and Hell.

But the Sensei replied with scorn saying “You’re nothing but a lout, I can’t waste my time with the likes of you.You're ugly, and your haircut's shit.”

His very honor attacked in front of all his friends, the Samurai flew into a rage and pulling his sword from it’s scabbard yelled, “I could kill you for your impertinence.”

“You just allowed yourself to be conquered and enslaved by fear,” the Sensei calmly replied, “And that, is Hell.”

Startled at seeing the truth the master had pointed out about the anger and anxiety that had him in its grip, the Samurai calmed down, sheathed his sword and bowed, laughing and thanking the master for the insight.

“You just set yourself free from fear,” the master replied, embracing him, “And that, is Heaven.”


 The Most Important Bits to Remember


Hopefully by now you have a basic grasp of what eidetic core concepts are about. The core concepts are very basic representations of natural phenomena that all living creatures experience and how they relate to each other, and all future processing takes this into account. It can take a while to get used to these concepts and you should not be concerned if you just don't 'get it' at this stage.

We're going to spend a moment now remembering some of the things we already know and looking at how they fit together with what we are learning here.

The first thing we learned about in these tutorials was the golden rules. You'll remember that the rules associate with certain networks. The second thing we learned about in these tutorials was networks, and it’s pretty easy to see how things fit together at this stage because we now know the core concepts associated with each network.


Core categories







Golden rules

If the brain doesn't get what it needs, the mind won't do what you want

Behave as though it's happening and the brain will think it's happening

You become more like whatever you are surrounded by

Cells that fire together wire together

Know yourself

Always do things in the right order









Network 1 is where we process material objects and materials, and this is a rule about material needs of the brain. N2 processes information about our context; our territory and the behavior in it, and this is a rule about behavior.

N3 is where imagination enables perception, where new memories are made and weighted by density of input, where modeling and empathy are enabled, and is also one of the areas where the most adult neurogenesis happens. Perhaps you can't quite see the associations here yet, but you almost certainly will when we tell you that the overall processing task of N3 is to work out how to adapt the organism to better fit in with its context.

Hopefully you can see why N4, its related golden rule, core concept and procedural processing are associated.


Q: Can you see why N5 is connected with the rule ‘know yourself’ and the core concept 'energy'?


A: This really confused some of us for a while, until we remembered that we are dealing with the unconscious associations of these terms; not their conscious ones. Energy to the unconscious is about resources and about your own strength and status as an autonomous being. If you are self sufficient in your resource acquisition, and wise in your resource allocation, you are independant and strong enough (you have enough energy) to assist others (such as your children) to achieve independence themselves.


Rule 6, “Always do things in the right order”, is the secret of good planning, strategy and successful interaction. If you remember, power to the unconscious mind means the ability to interact.

You should note these associations down in your NH diary, as from now on we will be putting more concepts together in this association table, after each tutorial.


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