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Origin of thought

Jim uhor3rih at hotmail.com
Mon Dec 27 12:27:49 EST 2004


Thanks Kenneth. Very deep :0)
Will think about this. Very very interesting

Thanks




"kenneth collins" <kenneth.p.collins at worldnet.att.net> skrev i meddelandet
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> "Jim" <uhor3rih at hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> |
> | Thanks guys! Very interesting. I am a stock and futures trader and i see
> | quantified thought/emotion in the market all the time. Time and price
seems
> | to be in the traders mind because they act almost the same way.
>
> 'time' and 'price' are just place-holders
> that gain their relevance within relatively-
> shared TD E/I-minimization within relati-
> ively-shared external experiential environ-
> ments.
>
> They are the form into which stock traders'
> collective action exerts 'force' within the
> energy-flow in which stock traders "swim".
>
> Everything else, regardless of cognitive/be-
> havioral focus, is analogous.
>
> A Child playing on the seashore, for in-
> stance, experiences the ebb and flow of
> the tides in a way that's exactly analogous
> to a stock trader's experiencing the ebb
> and flow of "price".
>
> Only, the Child sees Truth, where the
> stock trader only "imagines" it and hopes
> that he "sees Truth", be-cause "price" is,
> mostly, 'manufactured' in the 'consensual'
> actions of the relatively-shared experienc-
> es of stock traders.
>
> Which is why the stock market, and bus-
> iness in general, remain, largely, crap
> shoots.
>
> If you look, you'll see that I'm giving
> understanding, =not= "buzzing" you.
>
> | In meditation observation of thought is important. Who/what is the
observer?
> | :0)
>
> "TD E/I-minimization" within the "special
> topological homeomorphism of [...] nerv-
> ous systems".
>
> k. p. collins
>
>





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