Kevin Baker in humanaura, Professions, Workers, Careers, IT - Information Technology System Analyst • Netdatabiz.com Dec 28, 2019 · 3 min read · 8.2K

One Brain One Intention One Instinct

There is only one human brain and all of it is in use all the time, a vehicle our physical self that is driven by our intentions.


Intentions are a physiological phenomena, that no one wants to explain. 


I talk about a person. I say that a person is not the physical form that reflects light and we can see with our limited vision. I say that a person's aura, the energy of this, is the person. A person is the accumulation of all our decisions from conception that include (autonomic, conscious) as well as the passed from one life to the next, the energy of instinct.

If the energy of instinct was not passed on, evolution or any improvement would never happen.

Even though we do not decide to regenerate a particular cell while we are awake, It is possible for us to do that. We can slow down our breathing, heart rate, metabolic rate, nerve impulse etc while awake. While awake we are so attached to ourselves by our emotional filters, we are far to distracted to consider making 400,000 or so decisions per minute. Even though our brain maintains our organic tissues, our chi functions, to separate out each of those decisions takes our awake mind far to long to consider. The awake mind hesitates, doubts, verifies, reconsiders alternatives etc etc until a decision just does not happen in what we refer to as time.

Our awake self is only capable of processing one decision at a time. The why I say AI is artificial smarts, not intelligence.

Do we program computers while we are asleep. No. If we did program computers by instinct they would beyond doubt very quickly no longer need us, they could regenerate them selves with out us.


The Triune Brain stuff is malarkey.  Below is a more accurate visual of our brain parts

One Brain One Intention One Instinct

A few sentences I feel are well structured in their intention come from this link


https://www.interaction-design.org/literature/article/our-three-brains-the-reptilian-brain

Neuroscience has offered many important insights into both the structure and function of the human brain. One of the most well-known models of brain structure, and how it relates to function, was provided by neuroscientist Paul MacLean, whose 'Triune Brain' model is based on three dominant structures in the human brain. These three structures are often referred to as separate 'brains', due to the, now redundant, belief that they operate independently (while in fact they are simultaneously active in all circumstances).


The Reptilian or Primal Brain

In MacLean's triune brain model, the basal ganglia are referred to as the reptilian or primal brain, as this structure is in control of our innate and automatic self-preserving behavior patterns, which ensure our survival and that of our species. The primal brain is also in charge of, what are often referred to as, the four Fs: Feeding, Fighting, Fleeing, and… Reproduction (well, we won’t use that other f-word here!). Notable behavior patterns include defense of self, family, and personal property, physical communication, and socially approved actions, such as handshakes, head nods, and bowing.


All racism, eugenics and inequalities, religions, cultures are reptilian based behaviors.

Our conscious self has the ability to educate our instinct physiology and actually alter it.

The nervous system is controlled by the basal ganglia.

The eyes and ears are controlled by the basal ganglia.  The eyes are windows directly to the energy of what a person actually is.


These three parts of the brain do not operate independently of one another. They have established numerous interconnections through which they influence one another. The neural pathways from the limbic system to the cortex, for example, are especially well developed.


Consciousness is singular.  There is only one.  Awake or not. The term Unconscious is mute. An impossibility. To be Unconscious by definition you have to be dead.


But the decisions must happen and if not our awake mind then who is making those decisions?

Instinct does this for us.

Instinct takes over while we sleep.

Instinct is a physiological phenomena, that no one can explain.


Those we call empaths, psychic, readers, etc etc, what ever have more access with their awake mind then others have learned to use. It is that simple.

These people can read the energy and interpret it. It is that simple.

This is what I do. I use my skin, the largest and first to develop instinct organ. It is that simple.


Anyone can learn this behavior as we are ever changing, ever improving, evolving, forward thinkers.

We do not push our intentions backward into the past.  That is why the myth we call time can only measure the past and the future, because the present does not exist.


Since we can learn to develop language, ever more complicated emotions. Why are we not taught to open up the vast knowledge of our instinct. We are taught to ignore it by selling our self through our emotions that we no longer need it.

We lie to our self that the very reason we exist is no longer needed.

We are an oxymoron being in behavior.


Think about this fact. Octopus have no mid brain no cerebellum, yet they can match us in intelligence all day long. They have basal ganglia in all tentacles and in their head. More or less they have multiple brains that all come together by their intentions.


Every instance of intention is an action. Every result in behavior is the result of an intention. All decisions are an intention.

All actions are created by a decision. Either you created what effects you or you allowed others to effect you, either way it is your intention.


In conclusion and never the end, tip's hat

Listen to your skin for it talks. It is your wide open antennae to all the information of the entire universe.

How aware and intelligent are we capable of when our awake mind is using not 10%, but 100%.







Kevin Baker Jan 28, 2020 · #21

#19 Yes your on to it. I read your comment wrong before @Proma 🐝 Nautiyal

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Proma 🐝 Nautiyal Jan 6, 2020 · #19

Excellent read, @Kevin Baker. I must say I went back and read some of those lines a couple of times, but it does make sense now. I don't know if I got this right, but would you say that when we see beyond what is visible (in clear sight) and respond to that (action, emotion, etc.) that's when we are using our aware mind more than our instinct would allow to see or respond to in a certain situation?

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Fay Vietmeier Jan 5, 2020 · #18

@Kevin Baker
You made this bee SMILE ... I'll take the BIG HUG and you one back
This persistent bee still hold firm ... decidedly firm that over our neurons we have no control
;~)

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Kevin Baker Jan 4, 2020 · #17

#16 @Fay Vietmeier

Happy New Year. You are the calm after a storm. New promise

“a chemical reaction in the could be neurological … the body acting without thought (consideration or decision) … just neurons firing (over which no control can be exercised) what come comes to mind is rage & anxiety … fear

I agree the chemical reaction is neurological. A decision. The same for love, compassion, conviction and courage.
Emotions that are not pretty does not change the origin . basal ganglia controls the entire nervous system, is the source of all intentions.

Let's emotionally conclude we agree to disagree BIG HUG

2) So true the subtleties of usage.

But when a few create the definitions as per stated by them that the majority intends as it's usage.
A few are deciding for everyone. And there is nothing to back that up except the opinion of the few.

That is where it starts to go wrong.

wish you well, tip's hat

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Fay Vietmeier Jan 4, 2020 · #16

#15 @Kevin Baker
Happy New Year "brilliant bee" and favorite "hat tipper" ;~)
Kevin~ I hope your holidays were “wonder-full”
I am learning that you are a most “decisive” man ;~)
You say: “Emotions are chemical reactions in the brain so a decision” … you may want to “tip your hat” ;~) and reconsider/decide differently?
“a chemical reaction in the could be neurological … the body acting without thought (consideration or decision) … just neurons firing (over which no control can be exercised) what come comes to mind is rage & anxiety … fear
As stated before:
Emotions are: psychological, neurological & cognitive
Emotions are as complicated as the people who hold them … much more complex than “people decide to have an emotion”
I maintain that:
… People, at times, are ruled by their emotions and this is not a good thing (who wants to hand out with people who can’t control their emotions? (angry, bitter, anxious)
… We should have authority over our emotions … not the other way around
2)
The study of words is very interesting … many words have rich meanings & nuances’ at times they are used superficially … they can be “twisted or distorted” to suite a perspective or just completely misunderstood
Example of nuance: “intentions” and “intensions”

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Kevin Baker Dec 31, 2019 · #15

#14 @Fay Vietmeier

1)
The limited and rewritten words of the english language is so distorted and twisted. A definition is a filter of interpretation by someone else's perception of many others. Who said definitions are reliable. No one.

… some intentions are not “decisions. If you decide not to act yet or even if ever upon your intention it is still a decision.

(although one could reason she made a decision not to follow-thru on her “intention”) so we agree then

2)
Example of an oncoming vehicle that you swerve to avoid … a reaction , a (survival) response … NO “consideration” (although one could reason there was a split-second decision to want to live … no time for “consideration”)

If there was no time for consideration then you would have no reaction. Instinct invokes your whole mind not just the 10% or so that is awake.
So again, a decision that your awake mind was to slow to catch up to.

It is impossible for any action to not be the result of a decision or there is no action.

3) much more complex than “people decide to have an emotion”

Emotions are chemical reactions in the brain so a decision.

4) Glad we got that one down.

Enjoy your drafts. say hi to Ali , tip's hat

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Fay Vietmeier Dec 30, 2019 · #14

Your “fun” too … I think you just enjoy the bantering with bees ;~)
1)
An Intention is defines as: an aim, intent, plan
… some intentions are not “decisions” because they are NOT acted upon (just as some thoughts are not acted upon)
She intended to splice all her hairs … but then she never ACTED on her intention
(although one could reason she made a decision not to follow-thru on her “intention”)
2)
I maintain that everything is in process: life, human beings, the planet, everything is fluid, ever-changing … as is thought, intentions & behaviors
You are firm in your stance that just about everything is a “decisions”
More hairs-splicing:
By definition a “decision” … is a conclusion or resolution reached after consideration.
That is why (after ‘consideration”) I maintain that some “behaviors” are just reactions or responses (no “decision” … no “consideration” because perhaps, time may not allow)
Example of an oncoming vehicle that you swerve to avoid … a reaction , a (survival) response … NO “consideration” (although one could reason there was a split-second decision to want to live … no time for “consideration”)
3)
Emotions are as complicated as the people who hold them … much more complex than “people decide to have an emotion”
Emotions are: psychological, neurological & cognitive
I maintain that:
… People, at times, are ruled by their emotions and this is not a good thing (who wants to hand out with people who can’t control their emotions? (angry, bitter, anxious)
… We should have authority over our emotions … not the other way around
4)
I said:
The mind can be deluded
The heart can be self deceived
Nothing about “instinct deceiving us”
Totally agree the “Our mind can lie to us” … by not listening to TRUTH
But then as Pilot ask: What is truth?

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