Communicating our Experiences
transference of life's experiences to others has enabled the accumulation
of experience among people and usefulness on into the future beyond the
originator, a primary part of the ongoing creation of civilization.
There are several different ways
in which a person experiences life. In
other words, there is a natural major variation in the ways that different
people experience their own ongoing life. To
most effectively communicate with a particular person, present it in the
mode in which the person most naturally experiences life.
Here are several sets of experiential
modes among which a particular person would be experiencing their ongoing
According to their "dominant sense"
in which they most naturally experience life:
(for example, my own dominant sense
is "tactile-kinesthetic", I usually first experience the part of my ongoing
experience that involves movement and touch; then afterward I experience
the visual, then the auditory parts. Most people instead experience life
R-Complex, the part that tends to our
physical sensation and our physical actions.
Limbic, the part that tends to our emotions
and our socially structured existence.
Cerebral Cortical, the part that tends
to the reasoning and imaginative part of our life.
The "R-complex", the "Limbic", and
the "Cerebral Cortex" parts of each person all simultaneously experience
life in their independent fields.