ALPHABETICAL BRAIN™ VOCABULARY
HUMANIST FAMILY BRAIN STUDY
DETAILS ABOUT THE CIRCLE
OF CONSCIOUSNESS SYMBOLŠ
January 21, 2020
The Circle of Consciousness SymbolŠ is a visual learning device that allows you to focus attention on the big picture of the logical progressive sequence of all 15 major brain ideas simultaneously. It also allows you to easily memorize the names of the 15 brain ideas by associating them with memory codes, which are short acronyms that contain symbolic semantic cues in their letter combinations.
CIRCLE OF CONSCIOUSNESS SYMBOLŠ
The Circle of Consciousness SymbolŠ shows how the essential relationship between your working memory system located in your prefrontal cortex and your long-term memory system located in your hippocampus produces your conscious self-awareness and your adaptable self-identity.
This metaphorical Circle of Consciousness SymbolŠ provides a simple accurate core model for explaining how your complex human brain works. It reveals that your consciousness depends upon 15 healthy physical structures and 15 healthy mental functions, which you need to remember in your long-term memory system forever.
All four diagrams in the following two sets of paired diagrams displayed below with the Circle of Consciousness SymbolŠ are presented in Flash Card Format at the "15 Free Brain Flash Cards" link found on the homepage Index of this website.
FLASH CARD SET 1
Diagram #1 (which is the front of a flash card) shows 15 red arrows outside the circle, all pointing outward toward the names of each of the 15 brain ideas. This first diagram depicts the assumption that the names of the 15 brain ideas and their unique sequence of interactive relationships are outside your conscious self-awareness before you begin to study your brain seriously.
Diagram #2 (which is the back side of Diagram #1) shows 15 red arrows inside the circle, all pointing inward toward the smaller center circle called MENTAL FORCE.
The words "mental force" describe your ability to imagine, reason, and remember. They identify the secular source of your capacity to make adaptive choices and decisions, caused by the two clusters of neurons at the front of your cerebrum.
Together, that area is known as your brain's prefrontal cortex. It is the ultimate cause of your executive functions at the front of both frontal lobes just behind your forehead on both sides of your face.
That area also manages your working memory system. This memory function was often called your short-term memory in the past before the current nano-microscopic understanding of the intimate relationship that exists between it and your long-term memory system.
The second diagram depicts the assumption that the names of the 15 brain ideas and their unique sequence of interactive relationships will be inside your permanent long-term memory system after you have spent serious time studying your brain's structures and your mind's functions.
The new brain vocabulary explains scientifically how your mind's mental functions work. This new brain knowledge can enlarge your conscious self-awareness and help you adjust your adaptable self-identity when needed.
Also the brain knowledge explains who you can become in the future after you have learned how your brain structures interact to create your mind's mental force (brainpower potential) based upon the new brain knowledge that you can now learn easily.
You can TAP or SWIPE on the screen or CLICK with your mouse on the Circle of Consciousness SymbolŠ to use your working memory in your prefrontal cortex to make adaptive decisions, since it is the secular source of your ability to reason, remember, and imagine.
The first set of diagrams highlights the essential connected relationship that exists between the functions of your working memory (see brain idea #1) of your prefrontal cortex and the functions of your long-term memory (see brain idea #15) of your limbic system.
This fundamental connected relationship, which exists between these two essential memory systems, is depicted by their locations next to each other on the Circle of Consciousness SymbolŠ. The names of both brain ideas, #1 and #15, are touching each other.
This symbolic touching represents the vital importance of keeping the neuronal pathways inside your anterior cingulate cortex healthy, because these pathways are what connect both of these two essential memory functions.
There are 13 more names of brain ideas in between #1 (working memory) and #15 (long-term memory), since their meanings are essential for understanding how your conscious self-awareness works. Together, the names of all 15 brain ideas can give you a comprehensive pattern of knowledge about your brain.
All 15 names are defined and described from several perspectives on this Alphabetical Brain™ Vocabulary website. Links to the files are on the homepage Index.
Together, the 15 brain ideas are significantly involved in your health and longevity. They are inseparably linked to each other in their interactive properties. And they will be more useful to you when they are memorized and become a part of your personal explicit brain knowledge.
But you must decide to motivate yourself to learn about them and to memorize their interactive relationships, since most of the exciting ideas are not discussed publicly or intimately because of traditional taboos.
However, in this exact context, knowledge is power, since your own self-confidence can grow with your mastery of the brain knowledge.
FLASH CARD SET 2
The second paired flash card set, (Diagram #3 and Diagram #4), is linked so you can repeatedly stimulate the semantic, episodic, and autobiographic memory cells, which are the declarative memory triggers (or indexed sections) in your hippocampus. This is where your long-term memory system is located.
Diagram #3 shows the position of the 15 memory codes around the Circle of Consciousness SymbolŠ. Diagram #4 shows the 15 names of the brain ideas in their unique sequence around the circle.
Diagram #4 makes it possible for you to match the 15 memory codes to the names of the brain ideas in their special order of brain structures and mental functions.
By simply TAPPING or SWIPING your finger on the screen or CLICKING your mouse, you can have repeated viewings quickly no matter what kind of hand-held device or computer you are using.
These two diagrams provide you with the opportunity to use your cerebrum's prefrontal cortex or PFC to train the rest of your brain to learn the letters of the memory codes in the logical order displayed around the Circle of Consciousness SymbolŠ.
By repeatedly paying attention to the 15 names of the 15 brain ideas and the 15 memory codes, you will be causing more synaptic connections to be created in the neuronal pathways of your anterior cingulate cortex.
Those neuronal pathways connect your working memory system with your long-term memory system because of the biochemical signals that flow through them and cause "memory triggers" to become activated in the "index" that exists in those clusters of neurons inside your hippocampus.
Each time you remember these particular 15 brain ideas, which symbolize your brain's real structures and your mind's real mental functions, you will be strengthening the density of the 1,000 trillion synapses (neuronal switches) among the 100-200 billion neurons in your connectome, which is the vast "wiring system" of your brain and nervous system.
Finally, by using the four diagrams of the Circle of Consciousness SymbolŠ along with the 15 brain flash cards and the spaced-repetition method of memorization, you will be able to save time as you train your fantastic physical brain to create your mind's magnificent mental functions to do what you want them to do!
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DETAILS ABOUT THE
CIRCLE OF CONSCIOUSNESS SYMBOLŠ
RECOMMENDATION: You may print this pdf version and read it and edit it by adding or deleting ideas. Also you can underline or highlight with colored inks or read it out loud to use these proven memory boosters to help you capture this brain information in your permanent long-term memory system.
Then, you can read your edited version of these ideas according to a reinforcement schedule; such as in a few hours and then in a few days and then several times in the next week or two to take advantage of the power of the spaced-repetition method of memorization. Such deeper introspection can motivate you to achieve self-actualization and self-transcendence and change your adaptive self-identity to meet your needs.
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