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The below is a work in progress with a lot of sections that I still need to write. I intended to have it finished and edited by now, but have found myself to be far more distracted by life than initially expected. So here’s the start to ‘Basic Physics of the Human Mind’;
The insular cortex is the section of the brain responsible for self awareness and recognition of emotion. I believe that as a society our approach of the human mind not only cripples the development of the Insular Lobe in ourselves and our youth, but that we systematically encourage psychopathy then praise those who have refined this insanity to meet the expectations of said populace. The below follows an odd format and I suggest you read it paced as such.
Your existence stands upon one singular moment. All of your life as a speck on a timeline, existing as contribution to the static haze— Unstructured, unclean, judged & judgemental, and self consuming. These fragments of a jagged being piled in [what you hope] to resemble the form of a human. What if we are not accepted as we are and are judged not for what we have or have not done, but instead for who we exist to be on a fundamental level? But have we not already been judged? Is that not what had fragmented us in the first place? No! We were fragmented at the start and not as a flaw upon character— As a birthright to be human! We are not fragmented like shattered glass but instead we exist as separate tiers to thought strewn into disharmony by a society in stance— A species that does not know itself, and as such finds itself incapable to bestow upon it’s youth the ability to understand oneself— let alone others. This is why we must learn to break tradition; To break away from these cannibalistic tendencies as a society and reinvent the common thought to which it means to exist. The first and last step in this process is to understand the human mind.
To start we will begin with our emotional existence. This factor of humanity is often viewed as the majority of self due to it’s potential to easily consume the rest. In fact, the emotional self makes up very little of who we are. Emotion is merely energy and not itself the components/cogs to our minds. This energy that exists within can be absorbed in the form of memories, suppression, re-distribution, or in raw form. It can be expelled through expression (physically or verbally) or we can re-purpose this energy. Often we make the mistake to believe that these emotions are created souly by events past, current, and future. We do not exist as generators of emotion but rather as emotional batteries. We store and compound this energy to then later distribute emotion as said batteries sees fit. The output of this energy occurs regardless of logic or if it is merited by the situation for this energy cannot remain stagnant. We then feel the need to justify said emotions not just to others but namely to ourselves. At this point, whether the emotion holds a strong purpose for it to be released or not— once the emotion is justified to fit the situation it is thereafter made a conduit for further emotional release. Such a release is extremely satisfying. The satisfaction alone, when not quelled at its source, can then re-cement itself to it’s holder as being a just response. Our minds ability to justify/rationalize any emotion/action in order to soothe its beholder can be astounding, which is what can make emotion so potentially dangerous if not kept in perspective to what truly *is* with a filter of logic. The best way to cope with this emotional output in a healthy manner is to discover the core emotion and then express as is without attempting to justify it internally or to others. Emotions are not always based on logical grounds— so why try to express them as such? There are really only a few core emotions which then the mind changes into other forms; Joy, Jealousy, fear, love, and pain. Research the definitions of these in depth, identify the core emotion as it arises, and then only express the core emotion (but never the emotions that branch off them). Some people may say ‘what about envy/desire’ but these originate from another section of the brain which brings us to the next section.
Instinct is a lot like emotion and intertwines with it often but has a few key differences. Instinct is not always logical just like emotion and it doesn’t always need an origin but, unlike emotion, it does not start as energy. Instinct starts as an absence of energy which must then be satisfied. This craving for energy is perceived as desire and if never satisfied later turns to envy. Another thing that separates instinct from emotion is that it can never be efficiently re-purposed for expression through other outlets like emotion. This is due to the very nature of instinct being an absence of energy instead of a surplus, like emotion. It can only be satisfied in the form that it requires. Most will try to suppress instinct when it cannot be truly suppressed. When suppressed it doesn’t eliminate the absence of energy but it’s just the refusal to quench the need, thus creating tension.
Now that we’ve spoken on the topic of suppression we will get into the supposed tier of mentality called the “subconscious”. The subconscious itself is a form of learned psychopathy. An easy way to make this point is to ask, ‘does a three year old have a subconscious’?Clearly the answer is no. Hidden agendas, yes— Instinct, desire, emotion, but not a subconscious. At youth we are told what is acceptable and what is unacceptable with little to no explanation. A true alteration or growth of character cannot occur if the person doesn’t understand why it should be altered in the first place. Instead the adult turns into the person that teaches suppression of instinct, emotion, and character with no true alterations made to the person. It only changes how people perceive that person and how they perceive themselves. Meanwhile the true persona lays unfulfilled under a blanket of tension; Explosive energy from suppressed emotions; Implosive energy from suppressed instincts; And general discontent from a trained judgement of oneself. This is how we create a populace of cruel/apathetic psychopaths and then congratulate each other for our teaching methods. The subconscious is not a mysterious unreachable section of the human mind, but a section that we are simply trained to not accept out of fear. To accept the subconscious is to accept the darker sections, instinctual desires, and many strong emotions of ourselves into the conscious mind to then cope with or to accept as part of who we are. For some this may also include positive emotions/features as well though. Regardless of the aspect restrained, if we are unable to understand or view ourselves honestly then how can we expect to truly understand/sympathize-for another? A truly healthy mind views every aspect of itself and accepts or copes with it. With no contrast to the lighter sides of ourselves there is no true character painted, but just a blank canvas thereafter smeared with the emotions of which the painter can’t even truly comprehend.
Past this we have the first actual tier of consciousness that we’ll call Forward Thought. It’s the section of the brain that we designate to stand as the internal voice to interpret and ready concepts to then be passed on verbally or through action. This tier of thought is actually fairly horrible at multi-tasking. This inability to multi-task is why when we speak, this voice is simply brought forward into the form of verbal expression of said concepts and temporarily halts within the mind (in a way, nearly all forms of speech is just thinking aloud). This holds exception to when reading or describing something external. While this tier is bad at multitasking, it holds the ability to interpret information from multiple sources, queues, and other tiers of thought at an extremely fast rate.
found on a “friend’s” facebook page…those are christian bands
I fucking hate people like this. I cringed so hard
Now be fair, guys. Uptight Christians have a lot of people to choose from and as such have the right to be picky. It’s not like they resort to manipulating and having sex with little boys or anything.
Waait a second….
By the by, that’s some horrible edit work you did on the second strip for the original post.
Just because something cannot be invalidated doesn’t make it justified. People who are emotionally irresponsible and lash out at others chant this to make themselves feel less guilty about doing horrible things to themselves/others. Validity means sound in logic or factual. Emotion is not dependent on logic in any way. To go the ‘factual’ route is to say that it is valid/justified simply because it exists. By those grounds you could say that a serial killer is justified simply because they exist. Existence is not the equivalent to validity nor being just.
Now that ^^^^ is logic/validity/justification/factual— Not your emotions.
I was smiling so much. The frakking joy!
While re-watching Adventure Time episodes yesterday I realized something that made me fairly miserable. Adventure Time has always hinted at different things in subtle ways.
In any type of reflection Finn has a robotic arm. If the Mushroom War never occurs, Finn has a robotic arm. If Finn enters an alternate reality, robotic arm.
The Mushroom War was mentioned casually at various points in early episodes and the planet always has a chunk missing from it when seen from a distance or as a globe.
Now here comes the sad/disturbing part and stop reading if you want…
Whenever a ghost is passing on or someone dies they are going to “the 50th dead world”.
In the land of Ooo no one seems to age. Whether it’s the candy princess, Ice King, or Marceline. Normally we would assume that it was due to magic, but Marceline ages in the world where the Lich King never existed (where the bomb didn’t go off) and the Ice King dies of old age despite still wearing the magic crown. Additionally, Jake is suddenly a normal dog that can’t talk where in the Land of Ooo everything has a soul and can talk…
Finn, Jake, and all of the rest died from the bomb explosions either immediately or later on from the fallout… Possibly even turning into these green sludge types of zombies as they died that they depict came about from the chemical weapons. They stand on another plane of existence (of death) where age isn’t a real factor, magic is real, and everything that has a soul can talk.
Finn had a robotic arm when he died on the first world and still sees the image of it in certain types of self reflection. Sort of like a reverse phantom limb syndrome that transcends through from his past lives.
On top of that, dying in Ooo means going to “the 50th dead world”— So have they died many times before?
Many characters in Ooo (Like Jake, Marceline, and Candy Princess) know the answers to all of this, but keep it from Finn (and others) out of a fear that they can’t handle it.
Disagree with me if you want, but just consider it while re-watching episodes…
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