Supersign  is the first cognitive group of information. It’s extremely important to distinguish between things and their supersign in mind. A thing and its supersign are even more different than you and your image in a mirror. The supersign of the thing  lives rather independently. The thing might perish but its supersign would exist in mind; on the other […]
In the last post, while moving towards the thing , you smelled something which our body could evaluate it either good or bad . As you get closer to the thing, the smell becomes stronger. Here, the first cognitive analysis takes place: your brain connects the sign of the thing with the sign of the smell  and creates a […]
Our extremely slow and meticulous analysis of the first experience on the Earth  has yet to conclude. So far, we’ve experienced the thing , then we realized that our first reaction should be to feel fear . Given the fact that our confidence level is zero , we’d go for the flight response; however, it’s very theoretical because, during […]
Through the last post, we referred to the study of some rats’ brain  to discuss that habitual or automated behaviors help us both react to problems or dangers faster and save more energy which is aligned with the fundamental principle of Minergy . We should know that habits can be formed and practiced totally independent of memory. Eugene Pauly […]
so far, we’ve spent four lessons on the reaction which hasn’t been executed and we’ve been experiencing the thing  for a tiny fraction of a second. Since we know nothing about either the thing or our ability, thus the confidence level is 0 , by default, we’d pick the flight reaction .
To pick up where we left off, we perceived the thing, its sign was created and stored in the memory, then we felt the fear which was about to trigger either the fight or flight response regarding our confidence level. 
Registering the thing  happened in less than a microsecond; then in order to survive, our brain needs to decide if it’s a danger or not, consequently to execute the best reaction. Imagine that you absolutely had no earthly knowledge to evaluate the thing, how would you decide if it’s dangerous or not?