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PostPosted: Wed Sep 18, 2013 5:10 am 
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Principle 11: Pay attention consciously to the feedback from interaction.

Paying attention consciously to the feedback from interaction is the effective way to benefit optimally. This as opposed to living an ‘unexamined life’. But by the design of PMR type VRs, either way works.

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This is not a derived principle but rather an observation by Tom, extending Principle 5: Intensity of interactions and prompt feedback as to the quality of our choices are necessary to optimize the probability of entropy reduction as it occurs within your IUOC as being your basic digital code of your digital mind. The basic reason that PMRs were invented and what we come here to experience.

b]Initial Application:[/b]

Feedback can occur which we are not directly conscious of as such but take it as unrelated or see it as unclear in the relationship so we get mixed messaging. Feedback can occur and be paid full attention to with insight, and including positive feedback, so that we get both the carrot and the stick. The concept here in this principle is that being conscious and with insight results in an increase of effectiveness in this process, this feedback loop. Acting, based upon a clear understanding of what you need to and intend to do, is more effective than blind action with an unclear purpose. This should really be perfectly clear to us as obvious.

This is a very basic thing which Tom in MBT is pointing out and explaining to you. There is not the same basis of understanding there as provided by Tom as to the actual nature of Reality, but this concept goes all the way back to Socrates who is widely credited as providing the foundation for Western philosophy. He is credited with stating: “The unexamined life is not worth living for a human being.” Need more be said?


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