To Look into a Soul. 11) ID and EGO.

Look into the SOUL. 11) ID and EGO .

Interaction of ID and EGO or operation “ cover “ .

ID and EGO interact in many soul models as opposing sides. The constant struggle requires a lot of calories. In our model, we will consider the interaction of ID and EGO in order to achieve a common goal.

ID manages an archive of behavioral programs formed over a million years before our imagination speech. These programs of behavior correspond to the animal kingdom. When we meet another person, our subconscious mind in 0.25 milliseconds determines its image for itself by the movement of the body, hands, facial expressions, and the expression of the eyes. All these options are stored in our memory. And we call this memory intuition, insight, and inner voice.

EGO manages an archive of behavioral programs formed in our souls after the emergence of our speech and imagination. These programs of behavior correspond to the rules of behavior and are formed as a result of copying the programs of behavior that allowed them to survive in the tribe.

This is our memory and the memory of our ancestors. In every nation, customs, beliefs and attitudes to myths are alive. The execution time of behavioral programs is much longer and is due to a wandering mind looking for the desired program of behavior.

How do ID and EGO interact in life within our model?

Let’s imagine that two people have met. They immediately appreciated each other by body movement, facial expressions, eye expressions, hand gestures. Matching memes entered everyone’s souls and the IDs turned on pattern recognition behavior programs. We do not feel, but our souls appreciated everyone in a fraction of milliseconds. Evolution has left us with fast programs for survival in the animal kingdom.

Man is a product of social relations. EGO is slower, but allows you to save kilocalories by enabling behavior programs that comply with the rules of behavior in the tribe. If a person from another tribe met, then EGO does not waste time remembering suitable behavior programs, but transfers control to ID .

But each time to conflict is an extra consumption of kilocalories. EGO consists of program behavior “ cover-up “. Russian philosopher Anna Kir’yanova represents the behavior of the program as a “ a double appointment “ in her book “ A non-standart psychology “ .

Double appointment allows you to manipulate one individual over another, not only in words. The first part can be verbal , and the second is facial expressions, gestures or behavior of the one who gives the order.

The most striking example is the memoirs of Samson, a French executioner who talks about the good , humane and humane.

People, be careful!

The second option is when the ID requires a collision, and the EGO includes appeasement programs. In this case, non-execution of programs accumulates in the ID , which leads to latent aggressiveness.

Within the framework of our model, it is possible to set aside reasoning about the mystery of the soul and solve a purely mathematical problem of interaction, given that the difference in behavior programs for each person obeys the law of normal distribution.




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