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This could take a while... DaisyM

Posted by Dr. Rod on November 23, 2003, at 3:19:51

In reply to Re: Agendae -- really long reply! Dr. Rod, posted by DaisyM on November 22, 2003, at 18:54:41

Well, well, well... Now I know why you debated the DSM-IIIr and DSM-IV with your shrink... I still don't get why you were so bristly... When you "go left brain", you communicate eye to eye... I suspect you roll out agendae when you "go right brain"... Never the less, I trust you at your word...

Remapping: Explained symbolically by Roger Penrose... D'Massio found it significant to explain phenomena in recovery of childhood brain trauma patients... Piaget hinted about it 100 years ago as an explanation for his observations... Bandler and Grinder played with it while developing their principles of NLP...

If you accept that children store memories as feelings, and that adults store memories as pictures whose value is attached as feelings, and that a genetic clock is at work in the changeover, you can start modeling the two explanations you said I had wrong... A whole lot more than pubic hair arrives around age 12... Up to age 10, children universally store memories as feelings... After age 15, they mostly store memories as pictures that are quickly, reliably, and objectively, able to be recalled when needed... Why there is a not-clearly-defined five years depends on culture, heredity, intellect, environment, and even nutrition somewhat...

As for memory source, this pertains to cause of the value of the memory... Example: a chronically internally conflicted child may store memories haphazardly such that proper connections for remapped memories are not available sometimes... You say you are not OCD, yet you say,

>>>I'm curious as to why rechecking and redoing and resaying don't help me 5 minutes from now.

Pardon me for missing what you were referring to...

There are really nine senses... I'm currently writing an article explaining the importance of the other four... What's most important to people is the notion each sense creates an image of what it senses... Common thought is that only sight creates images --- big mistake... According to Penrose, the micro-tubins line up with dimension even in smell and taste...

Look how neatly this all unfolds... There eight cortical centers managing images for nine senses... Sight is visual, sound is auditory, touch is tactile, smell and taste are gustatory, balance is vestibular, location is propriaceptor, gut (with a mind of its own) is visceral, and wellness is the vagus nerve (gambling takes a Vegas nerve)...

The gut is comprised of the heart, the stomach, the intestines, and the diaphragm... Feelings are stored in the gut, so a value attached to a memory is stored in the contractions in the viscera (gut)... Love is an image stored in the visceral cortex, causing firing of synapses controlling heart beat and diaphragm pace, producing a giddiness... Without the pattern recognition available in the visceral cortex, we might mistake love for some other feeling...

More later ------- its 1:11am Sunnyvale time...




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