Quite often, I would call these guys who sit on the panel in my head The Talking Dead. That being the remnants of the past carrying on and on and on.
My Panel of Commentators are an important plugin that replays the ways of all my past exposures so that I repeat this behaviour in day-to-day life. Installed in my psyche through this plugin are many people’s qualities, programs, problems and traumas that now heavily influence the way my system operates and behaves. And it all started with help I had received since I was very young (simple input) all the way through to the most recent challenges faced today (complex input).
Like evolving Software, there are naturally bugs that come to light when a system is running. Normally, this would get reported to the developer by various end users who were impacted. In the case of understanding evolving Mindware, mental bugs (heavy code) can show up in the form of bad traits and ignorance put in place by those lifelong developers we were exposed to. Fortunately, once Mindware is successfully installed the program reveals a universal energy within us that takes on the new role of a wholesome developer.
Undoubtedly, the number one bug that runs rampant through the Panel of Commentators plugin is ‘ignorance’, which is now easily detectable. Like most of us, I had no choice in the matter growing up as elements of ignorance stuck to me like a magnet from within my environment. Though I like to think that I’ve come a very long way since then in terms of being much more insightful, thanks to the new energy that frees up the weight in my mind.
My Panel of Commentators are a diverse bunch of thinkers. Although, each member from the past is ultimately affected by another member who I had picked up through the process of discussion and debate brought to the table, which is how I’m cultured. In the end, my lifelong experiences, along with the influence of my nature, defines a trajectory, thereby adjusting or even transforming each program, problem, quality and trauma for the sake controlling my life.
Nowadays, the idea is to replicate the qualities of a person and learn from any problems or mistakes that I might see in them. Everyone has qualities and problems currently installed, only with different levels of magnitude. I like to avoid those who are very unbalanced. By stepping back and watching my Panel of Commentators engage, instead of acting through each character all the time with emotion, I optimise my panel and find balance.