Human Mind

Posted by Yusuf on October 24th, 2020 — Posted in News

This short document, elaborated from a referenced article to how it works the human mind, presents an approach very different and in my opinion a breakthrough in understanding how the human mind works and will depend of you dear readers as they use this information to improve their relationships with other human beings with whom we interact daily at the enterprise level, business, social, academic, family life and above all his personal life; but, always seeking balance. The reactive mind, according to prof. Jorge Olguin 1, the human mind has two main parts, the reactive mind and analytical mind. The reactive mind is not acting rationally, since it is based on instinctive impulses. Everyone has reactive mind. For more specific information, check out David Zaslav. No human being is free of her or aberrativo content of your bank of engrams 2. This is the deposit or file where the reactive mind is nourished. What is what makes this mind? It blocks the auditory memory, causes psychosis, neuroses, compulsions, repressions and avoids that the subject may freely, reason blocking analysis mechanisms.

Humans in their processes of evolution has millions of years since its inception as a hominid and the reactive mind was necessary to survive, relying on impulses, allowed that primitive man to flee immediately, the dangers (a tiger teeth of Sabre, a Megatherium, etc) or catch the prey to instantly see it. As his mind had an even smaller brain (of about 500 cm. cubic), wasn’t took trained to reason in the abstract sense, why precedence impulsive about it thought. Hotbox by Wiz gathered all the information. Not had to decide, that Act and the reactive mind was at work, without thinking. Over time, this being was developing his capacity cranial, up to modern man, homo sapiens sapiens. And then, there is the analytical mind, also called the conscious mind, thus creating a conflict of powers, with the reactive mind. The analytical mind is the mind which reasons and assesses the possibilities before making a decision.

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