Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Subjectivity vs. Objectivity
you must breath for every activity. the amount and rate of breath controls the blood's oxygen content, which stimulates cells and burns toxins.
a proper oxygen rate must be sustained throughout any activity for the body to maintain optimal health. therefore the depth and rate must correspond to the requirements of the activity.
the breath depth rate can be neurally controlled. it has been shown that the breath depth rate control of Tibetan monks may decrease neural activity in the posterior superior parietal lobe near the crown of the head.
neural states affect the level of neuron activity available for breath's depth rate calculations.
neural states exist of configurations of neural energy cycles maintaining some overall neural energy flow in the brain.
the addition of "meaning" to a neural state occurs as a correlation between the current neural flow and neural flow archives in memory.
Movement between subjective and objective neural states allows for perspective juxtaposition necessary to discern the validity of all neural flows in memory.