Habits

Habits (or wonts) are routines of behavior that are repeated regularly and tend to occur subconsciously. Habitual behavior often goes unnoticed in persons exhibiting it, because a person does not need to engage in self-analysis when undertaking routine tasks. Habituation is an extremely simple form of learning, in which an organism, after a period of exposure to a stimulus, stops responding to that stimulus in varied manners. Habits are sometimes compulsory. The process by which new behaviours become automatic is habit formation. Examples of habit formation are the following: If you instinctively reach for a cigarette the moment you wake up in the morning, you have a habit. Also, if you lace up your running shoes and hit the streets as soon as you get home, you’ve acquired a habit. Old habits are hard to break and new habits are hard to form because the behavioural patterns we repeat are imprinted in our neural pathways.

As behaviors are repeated in a consistent context, there is an incremental increase in the link between the context and the action. This increases the automaticity of the behavior in that context. Features of an automatic behavior are all or some of: efficiency, lack of awareness, unintentionality, uncontrollability.

Habit formation is modelled as an increase in automaticity with number of repetitions up to an asymptote.

Habits and the invisible Morphic Fields

Materialistic science imagine that habits are “patterns imprinted in neural pathways“. This is only partly true. In physics we know that scalar waves are able to store information outside of the space dimension (non-physical, immaterial). This information rides on the waves of time, never decaying, never loosing energy.

Similar to scalar waves are the morphic fields. Perhaps morphic fields are based on scalar waves. This morphic fields are a kind of memory fields, which are able to influence on us and we are able to influence them too.

Our DNA is a kind of scalar antenna, build like fractal. In each cell of our body the DNA acts like a wireless communication network, sending and receiving informations. So our memories are not stored in our brain, but in a invisible network, like a Internet.

Even habits, the patterns repeated over and over again over a certain amount of time, are stored as “invisible pathways” in a non-dimensional space … or as a immaterial morphic field.

This morphic fields acts as storage medium and they influence humankind. For example a whole generation of young kids playing aggressive computer games will for sure affect the collective consciousness and it will produce a invisible pathway to facilitate to gain this habit for other following generations. We have here identified a new kind of pollution. Similar to the electromagnetic pollution (EMF-Pollution), this kind of morphic fields containing bad habits represents a seriously not underestimatable threat to the society.

In a positive manner morphic fields could provide pathways to solutions or facilitating the adoption of good habits. Here morphic fields acts as a information pool and a common source of knowledge. Through this field people all over the world can collaborate in working for a common goal, even if they do not know each other personally. Some knows that they are not alone and some people even feels that they are actually contributing to this invisible fields in order to find a solution for a global problem or helping individual persons to find their way to the already solved problem.

Through morphic resonance individuals can access the vast pool of the morphic fields, receiving the necessary information of patterns for forming a habit. Than more people achieve a certain knowledge or forms a habit, than easier it will be for other people to achieve this goal too. So the first who decide to walk on a certain path are the precursors, trailblazers, innovators, forerunners or pioneers. They form the template of the morphic field for this new habit. Then other people follows and reinforce this field. When more people follows the field becomes stable, surviving even many generations of inactivity.

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