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Can't see the trees for the forest

Examples of not seeing the trees for the forest are flyover assessments of sociological  regions or general assessments of human psychology.

A more detailed example of this pertaining to psychology might be the following description of Borderline Personality Disorder: 404 more words

Functional Interpersonal Meta Linguistics (FIML)

What is Freeform Zen?

After years of sporadic pondering just what the hell it is I practice, an arbitrary label appeared from the void: Freeform Zen.

Zen was my doorway into Buddhism. 760 more words


Mental distortion

Just as our eyes can distort faces as in the gif below, so our minds can and frequently do distort all of our perceptions, especially ones with psychological relevance.

Functional Interpersonal Meta Linguistics (FIML)

The degree to which you are addicted to excuses is the degree to which you are under the influence of diabolical energies.

A Little Bird said this this morning.

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Next-level metacognitive control

Experienced FIML practitioners enjoy levels of metacognitive control ordinary humans cannot even dream of.

This control comes after years of diligent FIML practice. It happens because the skills acquired through FIML combined with its metacognitive results allow practitioners to practice FIML on themselves. 206 more words

Functional Interpersonal Meta Linguistics (FIML)