The Roots of the Mind
These are part of the picture thought system our autism thoughts. In other words your personality is based in your daydreams. If autism is ever explained to the 'professional' they will see where the sub conscious picture thoughts humans don't knowingly use anymore are the keys to the next 1000 chapters in psychology. While we learned the picture thoughts that build on the work of Temple Grandn and then shortcutted them into your normal thoughts not only did we learn how to think with our deep subconscious mind we also got to road map the mind several layers below what current psychology knows.
The mind is so simple and in my view there seems to be about 20 sections of picture thoughts that need to be "installed" and booted in order to get a perfect personality. Most people get 17-18-19 sections of the sub mind and they turn out OK. If you miss a few things you could easily become narcissistic, otherwise messed up. Someday its my dream when psychologist know this sub thought system one could go to the psychologists and come out cured in a few visits. There are sub level thoughts directly related to Einstein traits, a loud boisterous personality, a quiet shy person , the social lite, the ax murderer, or the angry person. If one gets all 20 sub level picture thoughts they are considered perfect. If they get less of them or part of them they have worse and worse personalty's.
These personalty traits are exactly what the psychologist needs to know to be really effective. These thoughts have never been in a text book before and unless you made the trip up from the bottom of the gene pool you don't even know they exist. Psychology has been studying the mind for centuries now and no one ever came across these thoughts. Keep in mind humans have been fooled for ever by mother nature , she has let us think with short cut thoughts and man was too stupid to know any better. The sub- line, base- line thoughts I talk abut here are the roots of the mind and it is time they are exposed. Perhaps we might unite our autism anthropology and create a whole new research discipline?
Rich Shull on the blog Pre Rain Man Autism
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