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Quick Notes.

Fear:

has these possible physiological (body-system based) results:

{ fight, flight, siege, freeze, faint, coma/shock/heart failure -> fatal danger }

Faith:

We can start with a very small concept which we do not have much faith in, but what matters is the lack-of-doubt, which I will describe more positively as "confidence", or the ability to trust that the process we are undertaking is worthwhile.

More on that later.

seige mode uses both the SNS and PNS to watch a threat carefully, whilst minimizing your own motion.

going into shock, and even fainting, may be an over-reaction to a threat, but it can be a fatal, even moreso that whatever triggered to fear in the first place. This is a good place to say "there is nothing to fear but fear itself", because if the fear response is managed well then fatal danger can be avoided, but if it is managed badly then even little things can cause problems out of proportion to what they ... um... would do in the worse case.

Confidence can be instilled by action rather than by rationality, and the key is to move in some way along the path of faith. This is not religious of delusional faith that I mean, but specifical faith applied to a particular plan.

Well, just a quick note for now.
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