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Chronic inability to use logic
I’m going to chronicle peoples inability to use logic. I’m just going to provide documentation that this is happening.
How to make sense in an illogical world. Also in a logical world how to make sense with our limited mind.
This is just a question about perspective. If we want to make sense of the world we need to make sense with our own mind first. That includes basic logical skills including logicical thinking.
What makes the most sense? I have heard of Occam‘s razor which is about the most logical answer is usually the right one. This also begs the question what is logic? Is logic just a function of the brain activity; is logic a constant feedback between the body, mind and spirit? Are we thinking in terms of three dimensions or two dimensional abstract symbolic thought. Maybe abstract is not the same as symbolic. Symbolic insinuates that there is a connection between something three-dimensional with some symbol of that. Symbolic could also mean two dimensional in terms of just writing for example. As my perspective is that there is a constant interplay between abstract and symbolic thought that we can either continue it to become more abstract or more three-dimensional and they would still be connected if there was a thread and a connection in both two dimensional and three dimensional logic. How do you think this is where some people get confused by their feelings and when people have confusing feelings they don’t always do the right thing. Because they’re not bad people but they just don’t know what the right thing is because they don’t know basically logically why they’re doing things so it may have good or bad consequences but that will be more as an accident rather than as an intentional pattern of thought. This is my introductory thinking. As far as emotional dysregulation that is something that mostly happens with people who are struggling with getting their primary needs met still. People struggling with intergenerational trauma, their own trauma, Covid, and maintaining their mental stability. These people often do make good progress in psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, and mental health in general. They are motivated and they do take responsibility for themselves. We can have adult conversations. They do benefit from supportive and empathetic presence during this session.

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