As soon as we record something - images, utterances, shapes, etc. - the brain searches for a “correct” attitude that corresponds to its aims; whether what we record; with what is in us (with our world that we have in mind). This automatically evaluates what has been recorded and provides it with adjectives, for example.
The more important something is, the more this happens.
These evaluations are carried out from midpoints in the brain. The more something gets out of hand, the more attention or consciousness is activated to get information.
A lot of midpoints check and compare more or less constantly whether everything - from their subjective point of view - is in order.
If you know this process, you can try not to evaluate if possible, i.e. As much as possible, not just seeing your own perspective, but engaging with what is in front of you, for example a person.
This can be difficult because in our tribal history, like all living things, we very often need lightning-fast attitudes and reactions to the environment, basically to survive.
So if you want to get involved with what is in front of you in certain situations without evaluating, you need a learning process.
This is worthwhile, especially if you want to gain new experience and gain insights.
When you observe yourself, you realize that everything you record is evaluated. As I said, this is done by the goals that are in one.
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