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1. ???????? ??????
(???????????/Entelechy - Russian (CIS))
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2. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...    4.401 association & congruity Association & archetypes ...
... terms of sensorimotor receptors; as 'sweet', 'tasty', 'hot', 'cool', 'distasteful', 'disgusting', 'sick', or 'smells bad'. Later we metaphorize them as associated with archetypes (or we stereotype them: ...
... Forming congruous associations between conscious and unconscious thought is also much augmented by having a working knowledge of and recognizing archetypes, and the vital difference between fact and ...
... of incongruity between two elements which can be resolved in a playful or unexpected way, often using metaphoric innuendo, stereotypes or archetypes.[58] It's easy to see the interactional benefits of ...
... mind and a simultaneous complementary effect on the physical body, long before its recognized by the conscious mind. We'll be studying archetypes more closely in tutorial 10. structure and function ...
7. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... with interpretation based on the memory's own eidetic archetypes (themselves based on our biology), ignoring all other interpretation systems.   Emotional Transformation Therapy (ETT). Useful ...
8. ICMM 5 System Information (chain reaction)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... unlike a seabird, yet I call him a Gannet (or a pig) if he eats too much. In the same way, animals or inanimate objects in fairy tales act as though they are human. All of the symbols and archetypes ...
9. ICMM 7 View (perception & programming)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... events compress them into archetypes. Whichever part of your brain controls your conceptualization controls not just you, but your entire life. And how much you'll enjoy it. Most people don't have free ...
10. ICMM 15 AL Tutorial (imagination enhancement)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... it. Instead of reality we see the mid brain networks' simulation of it, based on it's archetypes and allegorical language. These are strange in that they do not seem to abide by logical rules yet seem ...
11. ICMM 16 Advanced Applications Level 1 (hacking pain)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... and our emotional set. Given the correct input, our likes/dislikes conform to rules based on our own well being, and our own and our culture's archetypes, and we are given these concepts via triggers. ...
12. ICMM 17 Advanced Applications Level 2 (TMS, NMS etc)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... single stream, added to by the mid brain's networks' weighting for emotion and imagination via eidetic (pictorial) memory referenced against archetypes. Association enables us to form concepts. (If our ...
13. ICMM 18 Troubleshooting (problems & solutions)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... interpretation of archetypes, and often people's actual words have little to do with the truth they convey. It doesn't matter what actual words are spoken, as long as they achieve the desired result. It ...
... my mind pictures when I stare at the NHA logo". As all other three-legged symbol, it symbolizes what has been said in 'Intelligence Archetypes', with the following presentations: Blue: ...
15. Intelligence - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Basics)
... different aspects of language, and so on. The R/L brain paradigm is inaccurate, outdated and not of much use in light of recent discoveries.   Freud's "Archetypes" Unconfirmed   ...
16. Intelligence Archetypes
(Neurohacking/Entelechy)
  Intelligence Archetypes   If we look at the archetypes, intelligence has 3 presentations: The Godhead: intelligence as universal awareness, creator of all things, everywhere and ...
... areas dedicated to understanding different aspects of language, and so on. Freuds ‘archetypes’ and other Freudian terms: They are no longer used. Freud is now generally considered ‘pre-scientific’. ...