How could one explain oneself. . .                       SIMILARITIES


The brain works a lot with similarities, according to the scheme: In a similar situation, I used to react this way and that; so, I'm going to do this now. This saves time and work.



If you ask yourself something or look for something, you activate similarities with stored in the brain and generate information about it that is perceived - that is, conscious. Either you are satisfied with this answer or you keep asking. This can be a short or long (for example, if someone values very precise information) process.


One thing to start with: Unconscious conditioning means that every substance can be psychologically linked to every other substance.


Similarity has everything that is approximately the same in terms of events, shape, space, time, location, etc.


In particular, seeing, feeling, smell, sound, taste, movement and similarity are generated through experiences.


The brain prefers to work with similarities. This activates what fits the current topic, has been experienced and saved.


Advantage: It is the simplest and fastest way to assess and react to something, according to the motto: what is similar also has similar effects.


Disadvantage: You don't look closely. This can lead to misjudgements about the present.


Who e.g. having had negative experiences in childhood, it is not uncommon for adults to transfer them unconsciously to similar situations, even though they do not match the current situation. As a result, he reacts inadequately.


This may often be the case; but often also not, like at first impression, ratings, etc.


The similarity is particularly unfortunate among traumatized people.



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