Jahmaine

How does understanding work?

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What happens in someone for understanding to happen? What mechanism is going on? 

So When A happens followed by B then that equals = understanding/insight 

If I say: “You only lose what you cling to” 

first there’s the mechanism of understand the words and the language, then the next part (if it happens) would be to get the deeper insight.

even if someone just has to comtemplate it, what happens in the moment to allow for someone to “get it”? 

This is similar to Leo’s video about Comprehension having different degrees

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Just repetition until your "whole body" is in harmony with it and can recall it both consciously and subconsciously effortlessly, like driving a car. You drive it everyday (if you work) you use it, you practice it for long periods of time until you're so good at it you don't even realize that you were bad anymore and that driving is easy af.


"You can't handle the truth!" - Jack Nicholson --- Col. Nathan R. Jessep

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Yeah that’s how you’d make it happen, just like contemplating, but I’m asking what’s actually happening on the inside that allows you to understand it?

Why is it that we need a certain foundational understanding of something in order to understand other things; there’s certain things we can understand because we have language; but in the moment of understanding, what is happening?

 

Even on this forum, what happens in the moment when you understand exactly what someone is asking? 

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Understanding happens naturally. It is mystical.

Understanding is a function of intelligence.

Universal intelligence orchestrates everything so that you understand.

Watch leo's video about intelligence.

Edited by CreamCat

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