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Is that not a mouth full? Trust me I am no wiser than I was then.
It has some thoughts that I could not even try understanding. Many that went against my conscious learning and I am worried that my unconscious brain would have consciously grasped quite a few of them.
And suddenly you find him weaving the conscious unconscious magic and you loosing your will power to defend your choice. The post rationalisation kicks in.
You flip and see wow- I have done pages- the book is pages- with last 57 devoted to references and explanations- I can do it- I can torture myself to read it further. I did it, even though I was not getting much in.
Maybe it is expected that the reader will understand it unconsciously- and that the surrounding information will help the brain complete the map. Yet some of things stuck with me, maybe my mind unconsciously agreed with them, as it was in past consciously made aware of them in another learning experiences.
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We all instinctively mimic each other. Oh yes the Rapport building of NLP. See I can write like him.
Then I went back to the introduction in the book. I saw unconsciously underlined passages and suddenly the crux was right there. Yes that is page 2 of Introduction. I can understand this much.
And then right in the next page of introduction- I seem to be loosing it. Our success in life is dependent on predicting what other people will do. But we are only as good at this to the extent that we can predict what they will predict we will do.
I am getting it a bit more as I slow down my reading and write notes on laptop. Here I attempt the next one.
But they are doing the same with us. So to really fill the blanks about what is in their minds, we need a model of ourselves that approximates the way they are modelling us.
Here he said something as a matter of fact.
Though I wasn't convinced with most of the stuff dealt in the book especially parts where he tries to explain unconscious and conscious mind games and vouches that it always happens 'his way'. But there are some amazing one liner statements which I loved and I thought it should be shared. Each one liner has a story to unfold.. Any case this is no book review..
Thought alone cannot tell us what thought is for We can only understand ourselves through experiments on other people.
Unthink: And How to Harness the Power of Your Unconscious pdf, epub
Imitation is sincerest form of flattery. We live through metaphors and metaphors live through us. We like things more the more we see them.
We do what we imagine others do. Our moral decisions are primarily emotional decisions.
Moral reasoning is for defending choices not making them. We re-use the tools that are lying around in the brain rather than invent new ones. We have an emotional attachment to the rational nature of our irrational choices.
Most people put more time into learning things than understanding how their minds work.
The way we think of learning is due to the way we are taught rather than the way we learn. Our unconscious can read and it is taught to understand value of money.Our unconscious can read and it is taught to understand value of money.
To make predictions about other people, we need to model them. Take that Chris.
Many that went against my conscious learning and I am worried that my unconscious brain would have consciously grasped quite a few of them.
Yes that is page 2 of Introduction.
Maybe he was not looking at a reader to read it at few sittings.