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Message Subject Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking.
Poster Handle chaol
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(snip)...Also, the other posters "emotion with vision" sounds spot on. I wonder if the effect would be more intense if more than one person did it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 762570


Hello!

Not exactly. What you need are representations that mirror your intent. So if those people are representations of your intent then the effect would be more intense.

Mmmm. There are books on that I think. Didn't Noel Edmunds (Brit tv presenter) write something similar but without the emotion? I think emotion is the missing link though. Good one.

Your practical suggestion is to make up a new word for an experience with no word in English. I'll try that, in fact I just did . "Danga" will be my new word for a feeling that doesn't come very often these days (at all) but was one which I often had when I was 19,20,21. A feeling of excited optimism, but much more than that. I can't describe it, so it will be called Danga. I'm not sure how that will change my perception.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 762570


Excellent! Use it from now on your normal verbiage and you will increase your interaction with such experiences.

I don't know about Noel Edmunds, though.

Your other method of being most relative to something similar to what you desire and then being relative to something more similar and so on. Could you give me an example?

If I took a material example, say a BMW, but didn't have the money I would want to make myself most relative to a BMW. Would I change jobs and work in a BMW garage? Would I browse BMW brochures and dream? Would I get a ride a lot from a friend who had one etc.? Would I concentrate on having one and feel the seats and imagine what it was like to have one? (That last bit sounds like emotion). That also sounds like "emotion with vision".

I don't want a BMW, by the way. But it is just an example.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 762570


In this example, it may be more effective to interact with a representation of the BMW. It could be that you go the dealer and purchase a BMW t-shirt or other item. The more that representation interacts with the other aspects of your reality (the other representation) the more you are bringing further representations of it into your experience. One of those 'further representations' could be the car itself. This is an oversimplification, as there are many relationships involved. The ecsys model, when used properly, can help you to map out such relationships.

Thanks.
 
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