- Producer07/11/2016Fractal Emotions and PerceptionsFatima Williams wrote a mind-absorbing buzz about our perceptions. This buzz sent my mind in different directions thinking about the linkages between our emotions, feelings and perceptions on how we see ourselves and the world. We are...
Comments08/11/2016 #44 Ali Anani@Sara Jacobovici has written a very practical buzz on the application of the main idea of this buzz. Her buzz "Making sense of patterns"
is an outstanding example of "balling ideas" on beBee. I repeat my comment on Sara's buzz here:
The best theory is an applied theory. Dear @Sara Jacobovici your buzz gives a comprehensive clarification of what I mean. Your extension of the emotions branching tree to teams is wonderful. That we may see beneath the surface by comparing the emotional footprints is a great idea. I am privileged to have indirectly contributed to this buzz. I shared on three hives, but also wish I could also share it on human resources hive, but I am limited to three. I suggest you also share it there.
In brief, a great and practical buzz and you provide a roadmap for managers to follow. May be you also would consider providing one example of your application of your great idea.
This buzz is the proof of inoculation of ideas to which beBee and @Javier beBee should be proud of.08/11/2016 #40 Ben Pinto#37 #34 Yes @Ali Anani and @Aurorasa Sima it is so true that even after he baby is born and for months to years after, the founders of the Zippedy Zee (as seen on Shark Tank) sleeping clothes, have proved that providing a sleeping blanket similar to one used by adults for camping but shaped like an hour glass allows the baby to sleep better due to the restriction of motions mimicking the restrictions in the womb. Thank you for making it through that sentence.08/11/2016 #39 Ali Anani#38 @Mohammed Sultan- I support and in full agreement with your market research. People shall not put their hands in their pocket to take action and buy without the proper emotions and perceptions of what they see. I find your practical experience of immense value because it reflects reality and it corrects our perceptions. Thank you for commenting with such clarity08/11/2016 #38 Mohammed SultanDear@Ali Anani PhD .What's good you will know it's good and you can't keep your eyes from,it's the same with your insightful articles.What makes your articles unique is that it's conceded with people emotions and feelings which influence people attitudes, perceptions and responses to our offerings,whether they are products ,services or even Ad contents.Customers(people) emotions and responses ,as revealed from my previous research studies and focus groups, are fractal and sometimes they were unaware of or unable to articulate.Apart from the attitudes that customers(people) can't report or reveal directly because their emotions are likely to be fractal or have more than face ;a public-face, a private-face, and also a double -talk within each face.My market research experience has also taught me that knowledge about people is not necessarily of a scientific nature,and you should be someone who is also constantly close to them in order to understand their attitudes and perceptions.08/11/2016 #37 Ali Anani#34 @Aurorasa Sima- thanks first for your kind blessings. You wrote "the pain of birth has probably already changed your brain and you´re comparing the outside world to the womb". May be this explains why every born baby cries. Life starts with comparing the inside and outside and still babes prefer the confined and dark womb to the wide and spacious world. May be babies find more space in the womb being fractal and see it as infinite!!!08/11/2016 #35 Ali Anani#28 I think this is a strong paradox embedded in your writing " Especially in our culture so fearful of emotions that we inevitably latch onto them, rather than feeling as they flow through....". @Deb Helfrich View more#28 I think this is a strong paradox embedded in your writing " Especially in our culture so fearful of emotions that we inevitably latch onto them, rather than feeling as they flow through....". @Deb Helfrich- denying emotions is one thing; that they rule our decisions is another. Denying emotions doesn't eliminate them. Close08/11/2016 #34 Aurorasa SimaGreat post and great question. "How does what we feel change our perception". And how does our past change our emotions? Let´s face it. Our perception has a hint of reality in it. The higher the EQ, the clearer you can see. But can you ever see clear, as if you were born right this minute? Even if ... the pain of birth has probably already changed your brain and you´re comparing the outside world to the womb.
Thanks for the tag, @Fatima Williams (: (: (:07/11/2016 #29 Max Carter#28 Every emotional state will effect the whole of the emotional being that one is. If one decides to perceive an emotion as negative it will be and have a negative effect on one. If one decides an emotion is postie it will be and will have a positive effect on one.
However one limits ones potential for understanding the truth of the emotion and its source when one uses such limiting perceptions. When one seeks truth in anything one does not seek good or evil one seeks what is.
Karmic law even says to accept what is not to accept what it good or what is evil, what is and work with it accordingly to emotional response that best fits ones view of life existence and most things as not everything can ever be known or understood or what would life be without some mystery to ponder endlessly.07/11/2016 #28 Deb Helfrich"Without emotion one is without identity." @Max Carter this is a lot to ponder. Especially in our culture so fearful of emotions that we inevitably latch onto them, rather than feeling as they flow through....
I also had a thought arise about how specific organs are associated with certain emotions in Chinese Medicine. Does fear alter our kidneys functioning? This again has a lot of personal meaning for me and was built on the initial fractal fragment of catching the word lungs as I scrolled down to revisit the comments section....07/11/2016 #23 Ali Anani#22 @Max Carter- you wrote with eloquent simplicity "I think it is easy to see that no matter how you wrap it up when something rings true is simply is true". This makes me wonder why scientists objected to the existence of polymers when Staudinger mentioned it first. Sometime what rings true is even refuted by eminent scientists.
- 27/06/2016Emotional Eating: What are You REALLY Hungry For?Emotional Eating: What are You REALLY Hungry For?www.linkedin.com What is emotional eating? Emotional eating is when we eat to soothe, calm, numb and relax, from our problems or our pain. We’re self-medicating, and Emotional eating is when we eat to soothe,...