Theory of the NEURONprocessor
Based on current brain research
"In 3 seconds to reality"
By Thomas Tankiewicz
Head of the NEURONprocessing Institute & Science Journalist
How to create an image of reality that has always been 3 seconds in the past.
With the NEURONprocessor software we take advantage of a fundamental mechanism of the brain, which we have taken from findings of brain research.
Let us first come to the practical part of the so-called "3 second bar".
One NEURONprocessor User (solver) is a concept and solution developer who has more access to his brain and associatively reads out information fields via morphic resonances: eg as matrix, collective unconscious, morphic field, etc. In combination, these two types of information call brain-matrix, as both seem closely interwoven.
One NEURONprocessor » At the core, the user (solver) learns how important it is to stick to the structure that the NEURONprocessor software dictates. The main purpose of the structure is to consider relevant only those information that spontaneously - ie within 3 seconds - rises in it. The information going beyond these 3 seconds can already be their own interpretations and personal contributions - and thus potentially of an analytical nature.
The three-second cycle illustrates why a solver needs to keep moving while working with the NEURONprocessor. It also becomes clear that humans are used to letting information flow into their consciousness within three seconds. This insight shows how the NEURONprocessor works in principle!
In NEURONprocessor theory, we postulate the said "non-material brain-matrix", in which any information about neuter and not neuter things are contained. These can be realized by focusing. The solver psychologically perceives information with his brain via a resonance effect and decodes it according to a specific procedure (protocol). He objectifies by writing, drawing and pronouncing the information thus obtained. It can be assumed that intuition - in the sense of forebodings and intuition - is based on the same effect. Only the intuition occurs more situationally or spontaneously and always goes hand in hand with the amount of meaning that is given to it. Women tend to do this more than men - because both appear to be equally intuitive in current research.
And now we dedicate ourselves to the underlying scientific findings of the "3 seconds tact" ..
The rhythm of thinking
MARCO DETTWEILER already writes 2001 under the title above in the FAZ:
After three seconds, the conclusion is: only so briefly is the time dimensioned, in which the human brain optimally processes information. Amazingly many musical motives or verses take this into account, notes brain research.
Motors, hearts and computers have one thing in common: they work with an inner rhythm. This is necessary for the engine to run and the heart beats. In brain research, it has now been discovered that the brain also uses such an inner clock to process information. Man can do what he wants, but not when he wants it. Because he can perform actions only in a certain measure of fractions of a second. 30 thousandths of a second is the usual rhythm of thinking, brain researcher Ernst Pöppel has noted. The findings on the brain clock serve, for example, anesthesia, said the researchers at an event of the Siemens Forum in Berlin. ...
Later in the article, he talks about the importance of time in the brain:
Time does not flow in the brain
Unlike Newton's, time does not flow in the brain, Pöppel has determined. To curb the wealth of information, information is summarized. More precisely, time moves in the head with 30 or 40 milli-second steps, so the brain researchers. This timing is an economic measure by which the brain responds to the flood of information. It is genetically anchored. ...
" Source: http://www.faz.net/aktuell/gesellschaft/gehirnforschung-der-rhythmus-des-denkens-124315.html
© FAZ - Frankfurt Allgemeine Zeitung
Brain and time
WERNER STANGL writes in his worksheets:
The human sense of time is controlled by signals of the body, attention and emotions. The human sense of time is extremely complex because there is no sense organ that separates the present from the past and the future. Already in antiquity one differentiated the measurable time from the felt ones and assigned to them two deities: Chronos and Kairos. Psychologically, the perceived time follows other laws than the measurable one, whereby the sense of time in the different stages of life changes, because the older people are, the shorter the past years of their lives seem to them, and only about sixty years the perceived time slows down again , The human brain is a system of the past because it stores and archives images, and any preoccupation with past events charges them with emotion each time they are updated, whether positive or negative. As a result, such events stay alive for a long time or in some cases block the future.
Nevertheless, the human brain is also a future organ, because the brain collects information about the future of an event before it decides, as it should interpret what it has seen at the time of an event. Thus, the brain makes the past the future. The human experience is also fundamentally changeable, because one has created in the head images, limitations and evaluations, but also the current reality. Therefore, those who want to achieve change often have to say goodbye to old pictures and experiences in the brain, as stressful emotions often turn into energy cleaners. Where something new wants to be born, the old has to be let go, but that causes difficulties for many people, because one often wants to hold on to what has been achieved. One possibility is to override old pictures and experiences and thereby widen the memory repertoire. ...
He also explains how the brain structures the present, describes the problem of simultaneity and goes deeper into the subject of time perception.
" Source: http://arbeitsblaetter.stangl-taller.at/GEHIRN/GehirnZeit.shtml
© [werner stangl] s worksheets
The 3 second beat of our brain
2017 also adopted the picture newspaper of the subject under the above title writes us in the entry of the article:
Our brain works in a three-second rhythm. This is the time that we ourselves and all the people around us perceive as present.
So decisions are made every three seconds. Test yourself: When you zap in television, you usually decide within three seconds whether to switch or not.
Of course, there are also decisions that we think about for longer. But then the individual thoughts form in three-second sections.
Situational movements are also tied to this time frame: If you plan a move ahead - like tennis or football - you can only make it up to three seconds into the future. ...
At the moment this topic is being reworked by our scientific director - the graduate psychologist Uwe E. Volk.
Sources / Facilities:
Brain Research: The Rhythm of Thinking - Society - FAZ
Brain and Time - werner.stangl - Stangl-Taller
The 3 second heart rate of our brain - Health - Bild.de