Draft from my book I am working on called Life Patterns
Quantum Behaviour Continuum or Q B C is a theory I am devloping with a mixture of concepts from different domains. The keys elements of this model of ideas is a foundation of how we interact with the environment internally and externally. These components categories are: Observation – Mechanics – Implementation – Eradication – Habituation – Continuum.
Quantum is the idea of small parts or energy of the self from infinite to biological structure. It involves a process to change the person from the deepest part of the self or the true self that subconscious patterns runs. The is from the implicit self that the brain uses on autopilot to identify the patterns in choices from subconscious and conscious thoughts. These programs are so intertwined with complexes of views and beliefs. These patterns run continually 24/7 for months and years, predicting a lifestyle of habituation.
In quantum theory, the “observer” is watching Quantum mechanics states at molecular level. The example of particles of light can also behave as waves of light. These waves have the probability mathematical equation to predict the outcome of the waves patterns. The results of different outcomes of the waves is because of the collapse theory in part ( this is simplistic view from my insights). In a similar perspective if we are not aware of our behaviour we will not change the life patterns of continuum . The motion of waves are predictable patterns because distinct elements collapse. Brain has millions of patterns and for a familiar behaviour to continue other useful patterns need to collapse as it effects the entire system of behaviour.
Every day we behave differently when observed by different individuals. The role of a father differs from the position of an employee or manager. Reflect on all the different roles we play in life of being observed effects our behaviour especially. The behaviour at a sporting event would differ from negotiating a contract of sale. To play one role effectively, we need to collapse other roles to have effective relationship at any given time.. An example the role of a father, the child would struggle if the father became role of the employee to the child perspective. Schizophrenics and dissociative identity disorder have problems communicating and behaving in their interactions with others. DID patients alternate among multiple identities, each with its own voice, characteristics and mannerisms.
The observation that is the most significant is our own observation of the self. The role we play observing ourselves is important because the self with its different life experiences could trigger a defence mechanism that will shield or destroy the inner self. For example, taking on the role as a punitive, critical observer will crush the inner child ,or injury the self, encourage the avoidant self to humiliation or other negative responses. This will cause internal conflicts to precipitate disassociation with the many versions of the self. The role of a compassionate observer will facilitate realistic perspectives of our behaviour to encourage a developed superior self. Later in the book I will illustrate how the compassionate observer plays the role in real terms.
Mechanics in this model I will explore the forces acting on the human being. This can include many influencing factors from Psychological, biological , Physiological, Spiritual, environmental, and much more. In a simple equation anything that has influence the self regardless of the time modality. The human body has 7 billion billion billion atoms, that is a 7 followed by 27 zeros. In Quantum realm we haven’t accounted for the substrates of the atom protons, neutron, and electrons, etc. To explain all the different forces will take many volumes to explain. Added to the mechanics is individual experiences that forces the probability of correlation between two individuals behaviour is impossible. Later in the book I will illustrate how the forces in practical ways effect the behaviours.
Implementation is the method that turns strategies and plans into actions in order to accomplish strategic objectives and smart goals. The knowledge is power for changing the self with clear aim’s in mind. The difficulty of implementing change is because the brain sub-consciously predicts what is most probable outcome. This includes perceptions, emotions, behaviour’s and to what is expected-before events occur. To make changes will not be easy because if it was, everyone would change. To change any behaviours is to understand the mechanisms of why and how it works is a good start. The final responsibility is with the adult choices then this will affect the outcome. Re learning behaviours is important then implementing the strategies and goals.
One dictionary definition of eradication” eradicate something is to get rid of it, to destroy it, and to kiss it goodbye. Eradicate is from the Latin word eradicare meaning “to root out.” When you yank that weed up by the roots, they have eradicated it; it’s not coming back” Vocabulary.com. To have a beautiful garden you must eradicate the weeds. Human behaviour is a series of events that can trigger unwanted weed like symptoms of last series in events. For example, the link of alcohol that signals events after the substance is ingested. In another chapter explore lifestyle patterns and how there is coloration of frequent negative weeds or patterns outcomes . Gardening is hard work and regular maintenance is vital to stop the reappearing weeds from taking root. I will Explain some areas where eradication of bad habits is important before next step Habituation.
There are many different approaches to habituation in psychology and other sciences. The model I use is based on learning a new behaviour, so it becomes part of the self or second nature. For example, you set the alarm to go off at 6 am in the morning for every day, then after continuum will effect the body automatically and wakes up without the reminder of the alarm. The implementation stage is the start of the new habit or behaviours but remember an illustration of the garden needs maintenance you will have to adjust the habituation process when change is needed. For example, the new behaviours of waking up early may need adjusting if you have shift work or other responsibilities disturbs 6 am habituation.
Intensity or duration be specific because every human has unique abilities , strengths, and needs. The success is often trial and error. The illustration of our garden to be optimised is applying and learning new skills especially if we have had no previous instruction. This is essential to be a compassionate observer because habituation is not the same mechanism of reward or aversion psychology that the brain remembers. The habituation process is like learning to walk. A child will start from few steps and fall often but with persistent we are grateful that we can walk with no thinking at all while walking. Later in the book I will explore a few ideas on how to practice habituation practically.
There are many theories about Continuum, but my model is defined this way. A continuous complete self, with all its parts of self (personality) work in sync and cannot be separated or identifying behaviours easily. A Example of Q BC of a the new behaviour of the self is to stop smoking. The model of continuum displays the new self with no fracture lines of the personality by withdrawal symptoms i.e., anxiety or negative long-term consequences of the self. Basically, the complete self is optimised by the change in behaviour for growth and renewal.