We can go back far furtherâ€¦. But a fine example is â€¦George Herbert Meadâ€™s Â symbolic interactionism theoryâ€¦. The humans struggle to live in the nowâ€¦. Whilst they often see the now overruled by habitual behavior system structures from the past (unconscious memories) and hallucinations about the future.
Next to thatâ€¦.
Perception is one thingâ€¦ observation another â€¦thinking â€¦..It is thought that our brains can, in fact, respond to information thatâ€™s much briefer than this, lasting less than a quarter of a millisecondâ€¦ the moment you respond to that as sensing it (See, hear, feel, taste, smellâ€¦ selftalk) you are miles away into a divine new universeâ€¦ the influence of the world around us and within us are interesting contributorsâ€¦the now floats awayâ€¦
But still you feelâ€¦. Take the Betty Erickson induction as a fine method to knowless
I have been, the last few years (even months and weeks) to long and too often in hospital, isolated â€¦ all the thinkable operations and oxygen to keep me in placeâ€¦.Â Sort of singing detective or Thomas Bernhardtâ€¦
More often I said itâ€¦
I was giving seminars, year after year in Antwerp in The Astrid Park Plazaâ€¦, had been in the elevatorâ€¦ over 100 timesâ€¦ and on a given moment I read:
â€˜What is the last time you did something for the first timeâ€¦?
Robbert Dijkgraaf told lovely:
A life without excuses, perhaps the hardest thing there is
And we do not know anything about lifeâ€¦. Might interpret as a joyful journey Â where gratitude is the fundament of thingsâ€¦Gratitude turns what you have into enoughâ€¦
Melancholyâ€¦ poetry and a slight dreaming â€¦.creates a Vuja deâ€¦ seeing with new eyes as Proust mentioned itâ€¦.
Your breathing together with your sensory acuity gives you a new nowâ€¦ create more new nows..
I am a hypnotherapist so have the obvious cultivate altered states in hunters of sessions… and every day life
In this context read and see â€˜Wisdomâ€™ of Andrew Zuckermannâ€¦