By- Harsh sharma
Unapologetically Imperfect

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Harsh sharma




Humans possess the most complicated neurologically wired brain that manages to survive and computes the threats and practices we all face every day. The spontaneous anticipation is the resemblance of the intuitive cognition that participates in the interlinking of new neurological orders that creates the vibrance, the order of vibrance makes our mind to process thoughts and channel information that uncertainly is computed and reserved in the area still under-study for many years. The unconscious and subconscious mind are also a part of our brain apart from the conscious mind, and as per the Iowa experiment with red and blue deck of cards, it is indeed clear that the observatory and computation-processing skills the unconscious mind possess out-scale the conscious mind, however we do not confide the delegate output unless we recognizably consider it with our conscious self, or to say unless we have confidence in the findings.

Confidence, indeed a powerful word in terms of life, but how our brain is confident in the uncertain intuitions that resembles the numerous possibilities we could never fully image? And how can we be confident with the little knowledge we have of our surrounding, can we be fully anticipated with truth if we are confident? No. We are not always right but being confident and being righteous are two different things, however it is hard for our brain to see the difference in some situations when we anticipate of process the information which is according to us is true and it creates a barrier of bias between the clear observation that we all lack but the observer clearly can observe it and mark it.

What we crave? We all are humans, with errors and mistakes and problems and desires, we live like that. As we all know our brain follows a set of rules, or you can say a general guideline in order to decode the information in this surrounding that we live and create and mark things, store memories to make us aware and secure the next time we face any threat or difficult situation.

Our brain resembles the learning program that we create in order to classify the probabilities and possibilities of any particular scenario.

There are many possible ways in which our brain acquires information, and some of them is data clustering, in which we store data. The clusters of data are made in order to classify the data into sets with unique memories and experiences to manage accordingly when alike situations approach us. The clusters are activated part of our lower back brain which are responsible for the different personalities we showcase in front of different people, as we start or you can say activate and think from the different cluster of our brain accessing the memories and experiences we have with a situation like that. For example, if we have a ludicrous experience with some school teacher, we will store it and the next time we see her the activated cluster with make our body react in the same way because of those experience and memories we lastly recorded.

Another possible way is regression. Have you ever tried something like cooking food or playing a particular shot in any game, let’s say cricket? When we try something for the first time, we conclude the amount of inputs we require to formicate results the way we want. Like when we cook food, we add ingredients as we think shall suite best for the dish, but when it is ready, and when we taste it we re-conclude the information and then we set the bar again in our brain and consciously of unconsciously we revise the data previously stored in our mind for the next time. Same as this, when we play a shot in cricket, let’s say hook shot, we time it and apply power to it and according to that when we see results, we reconsider all the inputs to make it better next time.

This approach is popularly known as practice scenario, it is like touching something hot to know not to touch it again. This approach is trying and test method and this is also one of the major sources of our learning.

In the end, let’s talk about the manifestation of thoughts in our brain. We anticipate things, we conclude results, we create biases and we form conclusions, we know the difference between colors and what is right and what is wrong, and we even start intuiting the recognizably grammatical approach to from sentences when we reach at the age of 4. But how we manifest thoughts? To be honest, every thought we think we manifest comes from the deeper section of unconscious mind we have and we crave thoughts in order to let our mind wander in the situations with the information we stored in the deeper section. These thoughts are computational prejudices with certain possibilities to have occurred and your brain pushes them into the conscious mind to resemble the pieces together.


Let’s wait for part two for more…

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