counting the invisible
Helen Fisher proposed that humanity has evolved three core brain systems for mating and reproduction:
- lust – the sex drive or libido, also described as borogodó.
- attraction – early stage intense romantic love.
- attachment – deep feelings of union with a long term partner.
…She (H.F.) distinguishes between four personality types each of which she associates with a body chemical.
Fisher distinguishes between four personality types each of which she associates with a body chemical. The corresponding Platonic term – as Fisher identified the types herself – and the resulting corresponding Keirsey temperament (according to the speculation of some readers, not Fisher herself) can be seen in parentheses. However, Fisher’s system allows for 12 combinations, not 16 types like Keirsey, meaning that there cannot be a perfect correspondence between them:
(~30 open tabs…”Only a limited number of contents can be held in the conscious field at the same time, and of these only a few can attain the highest grade of consciousness. The activity of consciousness is selective. Selection demands direction. But direction requires the exclusion of everything irrelevant. This is bound to make the conscious orientation one-sided. The contents that are excluded and inhibited by the chosen direction sink into the unconscious, where they form a counterweight to the conscious orientation.” (Psychological Types by C G Jung : Para 694, Page 419);)))
interconnectedness is a new fave word
still.love becomes still.still, whole, alarm and bold :)))