MichaelEmeryArt

"Comparing"

9/19/2018

This page is very much a important aspect of "Pre-Concieved Notions", yet at same time a great study tool, that I didn't realize how great until recently. So on that note, I will attempt to focus on that topic here.



                                 B-COGNITION
3. No comparing (in Dorothy Lee's sense). Seen per se, in itself, by itself. Not in competition with anything Else. Sole member of the class (in Hartman's sense).


                                      B-COGNITION
6. Seen as unneeded, as purposeless, as not desired, as unmotivated perceiving. Perceived as if it had no reference to the needs of the perceiver.
Can therefore be seen as independent, in its own right.


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What is Intuition?

Intuition is the ability to understand or know something without conscious reasoning. It is similar to an insight that we have regarding a matter. For instance, have you felt as if something is not right, or that something bad is about to happen without having any concrete facts? This is due to our intuition. We do not have real facts or a rational for our feeling, but we feel as if it is correct.


What is Instinct?

Instinct refers to an inborn tendency. It is a natural ability. Instinct is not something that we have learned, but it is a natural response. For instance, imagine you see a vehicle coming at high speed towards you. You would naturally jump out of the way. In such a situation, you hardly get sufficient time to think, but you respond automatically. This is because of our instinct.


Instinct or innate behavior is the inherent inclination of a living organism towards a particular complex behavior. The simplest example of an instinctive behavior is a fixed action pattern (FAP), in which a very short to medium length sequence of actions, without variation, are carried out in response to a clearly defined stimulus.

An instinctive behavior of shaking water from wet fur.
A baby leatherback turtle makes its way to the open ocean

Any behavior is instinctive if it is performed without being based upon prior experience (that is, in the absence of learning), and is therefore an expression of innate biological factors.


For myself the Question most on my mind for maybe the last 13 years has been how did I become to be a Berdache/third-gender type person, why and how did coming to terms with this "Identity", very much allow me to overcome my alcoholism,completely free me of any desire for alcohol?

When observing myself as straight male -compared to- myself as berdache type

how did I see myself in each role?

Thus in rehab(2years) I had the ability to study myself free from pressures of mainstream society-as a "Monk"

         Going back to the beginning I had to "Go"back-oldest memories-and when reaching age 13 and my "First Contact experience",

         all stopped !, a part of my life I had "hidden away",a thing I seen,I oppressed to the point of "forgotten". Then I remembered

         getting caught wearing a pair of my mom's panty hose(and did this very often), then playing with a consins Barbie dolls, when

         about 10 years old.Then back to about age 7 , playing with a friend nude in woods, though I can not clearly remember the time            real well, I remember ,he was erect, it seem that he may have "boned me", yet not clear.(he did grow up to be homosexual,and          died of HIV in late 90's(he was my oldest friend,grew up with him,kindergarden thru 12 grade,last time seen him,my mom,he  

         and I went bowling. He was homosexual as early as I can remember,so I believe he did bone me, and I believe I preformed

        "fellatio" on him.-again a very suppressed memory.

        I do know I was very protective of him and his identity as homosexual, regards to when I was with other students,and they                   made fun of him, I became very offended on his behalf,and would make it clear to these other students,not to catch me talking             badly of him ever again. 

                         Once I began to re-live my experience of "First Contact", it came back like a" rushing stream"

                         During my sexual experience of "first contact",,being made fun of by others students as rumors spread,I was greatly                            shamed, yet at the same time not wishing to end relationship my role as "girly-boyfriend", yet Did.

                          Soon after, becoming isolated, started spending as much time in the woods alone,away from society, I remember 

                            greatly despising, the tribe/society as a Whole.

                          A few friends at this time if I was Gay?, I remember then them Comparing me to" my oldest friend",saying ;                                  "you  know Like  "my oldest friend " I remember replying simply " You tell me and walking away" 

                          I understand now,yet not then- this takes me to my page ; "Simply Third-Gender " - roles /nsfw

wrote this in 1996

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  Pre-Concieved Notions and Observation- "Compared"

  Thinking about Thinking...…"Compared", and it's mix with "multi-tasking"

 ♥  relationship with seeking identity,knowing self,

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Description

Wolf and Man: Evolution in Parallel is a collection of papers that discusses certain crucial attributes of humans including traits that are shared with other social predators. Some papers describe the wolf as the equal of man—the animal is a social hunter of large game, disregards human boundaries and properties, and consume livestock when it is necessary. The wolf's will to survive is as great as that of man, and brings along many resources to the competition. Several papers review the behavior and culture of man, wolf, dog, and the Chipewyan people who hunted caribou. Another paper examines the communication, cognitive mapping, and strategy in wolves and hominids. Hominids have developed cognitive maps, forced by their predation on large animals to cover wider ranges, to communicate and form complex sequences of utterances. One paper notes that the wolf was able to penetrate on every continent except Australia and Africa due to the Australian continent's isolation. In Africa, there is no ecological space for another highly organized social hunter of large game. The collection can be appreciated by anthropologists, sociologists, psychologists, and scientists involved in paleontology and human evolution.

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Here in Leo's talk,he explains the meaning /way of meditation in a scenario, (a interaction between himself and a person naïve of / meaning for meditation)- 52:10 thru 58:12,  this is where Spirituality got Lost in that the Ways of Meditation, forms of, from Meditations such as Drawing/doodling. craft such as weaving,pottery, deep contemplations of poetry,creative writing, music, Meditations of observing Nature. Thus being Enlightened to!, seeing better,seeing the hidden meanings of, seeing the World in a "State of Deep Empathy"

Relativism wikipedia


            

Relativism is the idea that views are relative to differences in perception and consideration. There is no universal, objective truth according to relativism; rather each point of view has its own truth.[1]

The major categories of relativism vary in their degree of scope and controversy.[2] Moral relativism encompasses the differences in moral judgments among people and cultures.[3] Truth relativism is the doctrine that there are no absolute truths, i.e., that truth is always relative to some particular frame of reference, such as a language or a culture (cultural relativism).[4] Descriptive relativism seeks to describe the differences among cultures and people without evaluation, while normative relativism evaluates the morality or truthfulness of views within a given framework.