<Unconvering My Thought Technology>
There are many colours, textures, depths, etc., in the visual objects contained inside my thoughts. I also possess the other non-visual senses; audio, smell, taste and touch, which all finely blend-in and without too much fuss. But when I strip away at the background and concentrate my energy on defining objects, or defining the familiar symbols within those objects, a simple translation takes place.
Past remembrances that once gave off a certain hit are again closely matched, and second-hand sensation now converts into a repeat of either happiness or sadness. Or the feeling goes anywhere between the appealing or repulsive polarity charge.
Also, whether each story fires-off a direct assault thru an intense feeling, or instead provides a slower, more subtle creeper that affects my behaviour long term, an array of forces go to work on my pleasure and fear centres and is responsible for my overall drive.
How Does a Typical Conversation Play Out?
As I make contact in any given experience, I respond by performing a scan. In fact, I’m always scanning, whether I’m conscious of it or not — only on different levels.
During each process I zoom-in and define objects based on my massive database at lightning speeds. Immediately, I feel either positive or negative or I land somewhere near the neutral state. Lastly, I develop a sense of direction and attempt to step one way or another in my reality.
My Life – The 4 Stage Process Chart
Upon closer inspection
Related thoughts to each of the objects or symbols I encounter are recalled and explored, and if I find any bumps, challenges or breakages along that route when cross-referencing, I move the other way.
In other words, fear has hit me, and I have retreated!
Alternatively, if an appealing charge is felt, then my direction is drawn over a desired-path and I’d follow it thru.
All-day and every day, this is my process of life. I meet an experience; scan, recognise, define, evaluate, and move in a specific direction based on the sensations produced by my cross-referenced background thoughts.
I don’t think it gets any simpler!