How could you explain yourself ...                              DISTRACTION / PRIMING

 

Either the goal - i.e. the current center point - was not strong enough to allow other center points that wanted to take its place to act only as far as they fit its intended goal, or another center point was stronger than the current goal.

 

 

 

The solution would be to concentrate on your current goal again and again, not to go into other central points if they no longer fit.

 

 

 

It is very important not to fight against them - if you did that, you would be at the center of them and the intended goal would be weakened.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Priming is often the cause of suddenly deviating from your goal, your current center point, and switching to another. It activates another neural network that can take the lead in behavior.

 

 

 

Priming is the activation of a center (neural network) through a similarity in the brain via a stimulus, which is usually unconscious. It depends on what value (positive or negative) this center point has in the person. The stronger it is, the sooner it will respond to the stimulus.

 

 

 

If you notice it (mostly it happens unconsciously), you should become aware of this change in attention, i.e. perceive it with your intensified senses - but not go into it further (similar to in meditation). Because in order to achieve a strong effect, every focus needs attention. This is his food. The more, the better it works, the less, the smaller its effect. This can go as far as to be completely ineffective.

 

 

 

 

Priming is particularly unfortunate, for example through a sound, a picture, a smell or something similar that stimulates an existing trauma.

 

 

 

This also applies to addiction.

 

 

allow other center points that wanted to take its place to act only as far as they fit its intended goal, or another center point was stronger than the current goal.

 

 

 

The solution would be to concentrate on your current goal again and again, not to go into other central points if they no longer fit.

 

 

 

It is very important not to fight against them - if you did that, you would be at the center of them and the intended goal would be weakened.

 

 

 

 

 

Priming is often the cause of suddenly deviating from your goal, your current center point, and switching to another. It activates another neural network that can take the lead in behavior.

 

 

 

Priming is the activation of a center (neural network) through a similarity in the brain via a stimulus, which is usually unconscious. It depends on what value (positive or negative) this center point has in the person. The stronger it is, the sooner it will respond to the stimulus.

 

 

 

If you notice it (mostly it happens unconsciously), you should become aware of this change in attention, i.e. perceive it with your intensified senses - but not go into it further (similar to in meditation). Because in order to achieve a strong effect, every focus needs attention. This is his food. The more, the better it works, the less, the smaller its effect. This can go as far as to be completely ineffective.

 

 

 

 

Priming is particularly unfortunate, for example through a sound, a picture, a smell or something similar that stimulates an existing trauma.

 

 

 

This also applies to addiction.

 

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