Brain Processing and Behavior

We are inundated with trillions of bits of information for our brain to process at any given moment. 

To be able to maintain our focus, and our sanity, we unconsciously create automatic brain circuits that allow us to process what is most urgent automatically and to make very important data aware to us at a conscious brain level so that we may employ our higher brain centers to respond appropriately. 

In this way we unconsciously notice, but ignore that information which is irrelevant to us. This allows us to efficiently and comfortably spend our psychic energy stores on what best serves our intentions.

Our perceptual awareness constantly runs at an unconscious level, and sifts through all of the stimuli that comes into its awareness, automatically triaging what is important and not so important to us personally. 

Our perceptions are based upon our fundamental beliefs and serve as an unconscious lens through which we view the world.

If our beliefs were deliberately and consciously integrated into our worldview by ourselves, which is the rare exception, we can eventually and intuitively with the stroke of an eye (Coupe d’œil) accurately discern our reality so that we may accurately direct and focus our intention. 

If our beliefs are not our own, as the vast majority adopts their beliefs from their environment, we assume and inductively play the odds while we unconsciously direct an unfocused intention.

What we believe is important and not important, is determinative of how we view our experiences, and ultimately determines how we view our life experience and others.

Further, if we are unaware why we accept, sort and create our reality as we do, then we tend to believe that we are the unconsciously created actors that our passively adopted beliefs have formed us into. 

In this we we become aware, or unaware, and our life becomes actively determined by ourselves or by unconsciously created programs.
Slow brain processing, in the unintegrated and externally directed brain, leads to confusion and an over reliance upon unconscious and inaccurate decision making processes, as one becomes unconsciously dependent upon their most efficient and free flowing habitually employed brain circuitry. 

In the unintegrated brains of those with more chaotic circuitry, circuits are tagged with negative priming, which signals the brain not to fire, even when its circuits are stimulated to do so, as these circuits process slowly and cause conflicting thoughts and emotions within the individual.

Similarly, positively primed circuits direct brain flow through other circuits, and when acceptable stimuli are noticed they lead to comfortable, fast and efficient brain processing, thus reinforcing the further use of these unconsciously created circuits.

Relationships

Individuals who express as mostly unaware, tend to unconsciously choose relationships with those who have access to circuits that they themselves have unconsciously shut down (negatively primed), and see a strength in the other which they themselves would like to possess, though unwittingly they’ve shut that part of themselves off. 

Those who are very unaware, will tend to choose relationships with others who think as much like they do as possible, in an attempt to quiet all internal brain processing inconsistencies.

The aware consciously choose their relationships, that are most like to stimulate their own growth, and with those who would most likely benefit from their input into the relationship.

Why conformed people think highly creative peeps are mentally ill, or Crazy!”

True depression is the overwhelming feeling of emotion when the right brain becomes fixated upon its contextually rich episodic memories and cannot summon the motivation (will) to move the individual forward. This is intended to signal the afflicted to work internally to actively align corrupt asymmetries between psychic and hemispherical discrepancies.

The conformed often see highly creative types as “crazy”, because they’ve sacrificed their own creativity for the comfort of habitual free flowing brain circuitry and whatever apparent success this has provided them in their external world.

Sociopaths, and other psychopathies, are born with insufficient Limbic system structures, mainfesting as a disconnect between ones emotional repsponses and the appropriate stimuli that are supposed to illicit them in the brains of normal individuals.

These individuals must learn how to appear to behave appropriately by studying how others respond in a variety of emotionally charged situations. Because of this, intelligent sociopaths can tend to develop into very psychologically astute individuals, though they do not possess the internal understanding of actually feeling the feeling that is supposed to stimulate them to an understanding of why they should behave as they’ve necessarily adapted.  

Those who retain their own identity and go onto develop the consequent deeper empathetic understanding of human beings naturally, similar to sociopaths, understand that we are all playing elaborate unconscious roles, however unlike sociopaths they also possess the deeper knowledge and understanding that buttresses their belief of why they believe what they believe.

To the unaware individual, a sociopath and a highly creative individual can often appear to be behaving very similar, but as the unaware have sacrificed their deeper understanding of human nature for a strong belief in the roles that we all play, they are unfortunately mistaken.

The Sociopath has an advantage over those with normal Limbic structures and functioning however. Because they do not feel, as they miss adequate brain structures to do so, sociopaths should not form fractured or splintered psyches, like normal folks. Their shadow is not cast out of their conscious awareness because they do not introject external entities to assume control of their internal sense of morality, like normal individuals. Their entire personality is their own creation, save for the unconscious inputs from those who related their world to them when they had no mental construct as very small children.

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