Reactive Conduct

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Reactive Conduct

The part of the mind that is unable to differentiate between importances or differences in things. Everything becomes equal to everything else. This comes about from engrams.

(Ref: Lecture 17th American Advanced Clinical Course, “Parts of Man,” 5702C28)

Example:

Renee had an abusive husband, so she experienced many incidents containing pain and unconsciousness (engrams). Her husband drank a lot of beer, always wore Wrangler jeans, and had a thick Southern accent. After several years, Renee left him to start a new life. But because the mind stored all these traumatic times, Renee now has the idea that all men are bad, all beer is bad, all Wrangler products are bad, and anyone with a Southern accent is bad. Men = beer = Wrangler = Southern accent.

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