When we watch disaster movies, we often see "Activate Disaster Emergency Response".
Why does a "disaster emergency plan" exist?
The answer: Humans face inexperienced emergencies — easily controlled by “primitive physiological stress mechanisms” — such as adrenaline email list rush, muscle power, but at the same time the brain shuts down.
Physiological stress may allow people to escape quickly or avoid excessive blood loss, but in modern society, what we need more is "calm thinking".
Therefore, we need a "default action procedure". When we panic, we can honestly follow the "procedure" and act.
And "learned helplessness", no matter from which point of view, is like a "disaster" in the human spiritual world - OK, the alarm sounds - and then, what about the "emergency plan"?
Well, you may have found inspiration. If we set up an "emergency plan" in advance, it is like leaving a trick for ourselves. Once the learned helplessness is "alarmed", the trick can be activated to guide us. This is the big idea.
However, everyone is faced with a variety of practical problems, and it is impossible to formulate a unified emergency plan like fire and epidemic.
Therefore, our goal is not to program ourselves with a program of action, we are to find some kind of spiritual guidance for ourselves-this spiritual guidance was once very familiar to us, but unfortunately as we got older, we discarded it- example.
If you carefully observe the behavior of children, you will find that they find "behavioral guidance" from fairy tales and fables more than "sermons"... For example, "the wolf is coming", "the pony crosses the river", "the turtle" Rabbit Race".
Although, as we get older, the knowledge and experience of adults has improved compared with that of children, but we must not forget that the complexity of adult society is more exponential than that of childhood, and it is even more so.
When children are confused, there are fairy tales to guide us, but when we adults are confused, "what" can