In meditation, my goal is to improve exploration, not to win the gold medal. If I win the medal, so be it, but I hope it will happen in the future, not now. Now, I want to invest in exploration, not in the void of no longer having the incentive to improve.
The way of exploring that I follow always follows the same principle: isolate external stimuli (mainly visual and auditory) as much as possible and focus only on the preparation of future contexts, not on their results.
If this were a mathematical function, the results would be variable and the preparation constant. The behavior of this function is similar to the normal distribution. However, there are times when variables behave in a phantasmagoric way, completely without logic.
If I want to feel what another person feels in a given situation and understand his needs, I try to isolate only the stimuli that person would have and try to put myself in his place. When I do this (sometimes is not possible), I clearly feel his needs. I have experienced this countless times. These needs are the constants of the phantasmagoric function I spoke before.
The preparation of future contexts is a rational issue. The greater the knowledge, the freer and less frightening are the ghosts. What results from these future contexts is an emotional issue. These results feed our knowledge, which increasingly improves future preparations.
This process is like running a recursive algorithm. If the preparation of future contexts dares to predict their results, it will stack overflow.
In general, I need several weeks to produce a post that can be read in a few minutes. First, I am concerned only with refining the keywords of ideas obtained in several different contexts and completely ignore the phantasmagoric function. These keywords guide the preparation of future contexts.
Even seemingly insignificant, these keywords cannot be ignored, as they contain priorities, which are constant.
If a post ignores these priorities, it will not be well accepted, even it production is very much good. Both in the preparation of future contexts and in their execution, there is an interaction between reason and emotion. But during the preparation of a context, the decision maker is the reason, in the execution it is the feeling.
Forgetting about the likely failures of future contexts while preparing them is not a memory failure. For this makes the unconscious figure out how to resolve or, at least, eliminate most of the negative factors that make up the phantasmagoric function. Do not forget these negative odds, it makes you suffer in anticipation.
Paulo Ricardo Silveira Trainini
Lamentamos que este post não tenha sido útil para você!
Vamos melhorar este post!
Diga-nos, como podemos melhorar este post?