- It’s not all rainbows and cupcakes
Ignoring bodily needs can reach a point of a weakening ability of your body to communicate with you by pulling on your attention. This is, itself, a notification of a strong bodily need. You may find it nice to receive some of your attention back, but what is going on internally is not great. Your body has not reduced its attempts to notify you or communicate with you. The breakpoint is a result of the protected sector that you reside in blocking communication from some sources that are attempting communication. Please see Protected Sectors. Sometimes a rebuild also contributes to the sudden symptoms of a breakpoint. This is temporary. A breakpoint reduction in body communication responsiveness and response strength can last from a few hours to the rest of the day.
Occasionally, you will notice conflicting information about a need. As an example, one time my digestive system wouldn’t give me a straight answer on what to eat. I knew I needed to eat a single item. I asked if it was meat and got a negative, then asked if it was a plant and got a positive. But then I asked about fruits, vegetables, nuts, and wheat products. I went through everything. I even brought up a list to go through, in case I missed something. All negative. Then I asked if it was a plant and it said negative. Turns out, two nodes were disagreeing. One wanted a wheat tortilla, the other wanted meat.
Nodes can disagree about many aspects. The most common is wanting two mutually exclusive behaviors that would interfere with each other, such as wanting you to eat different foods. However, they can also disagree about timing when they could easily take turns. This is because nodes frequently use attention force to get their way, rather than anything resembling discussion.
NOTE: The solution to this problem requires a Translator node.
Separate them. Literally and forcefully tell them both to separate. Then discuss the situation with each of them, individually. Come to an understanding and a solution to whatever the problem is. It may require diplomacy. It may require another node’s help or creative problem solving. In my example above, I discovered that both nodes were just trying to fulfill basic nutritional requirements without exacerbating an issue in my digestive system, instead of working to help fix the issue. It was clear that those two had been running things for at least a week. While the problem wasn’t getting worse, it also wasn’t getting any better. I then asked Translator to check for a node that was actually trying to fix the problem instead of minimizing irritation of the issue. It found one and we favored that one for dietary instruction priority. I ate what it wanted me to eat and the need subsided. Also the digestive system irritation improved and I returned to my normal meals within a few days.
The Need Source Problem
NOTE: Awareness of this problem requires a Translator node.
Sometimes a node does not contact you directly. Frequently, it will contact another node from another system, which will contact another node, and another node, and another node, like a game of telephone. The node contacting you and its twenty or so predecessors may have no idea why the need that they are communicating exists, but they help out anyway. The origin node routes through other nodes like this to gather the network attention power required for their need to get your attention. Frequently, the line is routed through unrelated systems, or back and forth between systems that have nothing to do with the need in question. This isn’t a problem if you can just take care of the need. It becomes a problem if you need to understand what the originating node for the need is doing or if you need to have the originating node make a change.
NOTE: The solution to this problem requires a Translator node.
To handle these routed needs, request that the need be traced back to its main origin and include all nodes in the routing line in your discussion of and solution to that need.
Water Intake Inhibitors
I grew up dehydrating myself a lot. Between the ages of 7 and 15, I had only one glass of water. Everything else I drank was soda. As such, my body’s instructions for drinking water may have been a bit abnormal. I used to drink very little in a day. Even when following my body’s instructions, I was still only drinking half a liter of water per day, and still feeling a bit dehydrated. I found it weird that my body was discouraging drinking any more water than that. It turned out, there were a lot of nodes inhibiting the drinking of water. Some were set up by my digestive microbiome. Others were set up during different problems throughout my life. Even more were lower-level inhibitors put in place for different reasons. All of these would need to be handled to restore my body’s requests for water to a more optimal amount of water per day.
NOTE: The solution to this problem requires a translator node, a mapping system, a network authority amplifier, and preferably a rebuild inhibitor-wave modulating system.
To solve this problem, first Translator must identify every node that is producing this issue. That requires a properly set up mapping system, instructed to keep tabs on water intake inhibition, among its other tasks. You cannot rely on Translator or any other node to do a population survey on this for you. It will not identify everything, and any gains you make will be temporary. A permanent solution to the problem requires a mapping system to catalog everything that will need modifying in your entire body.
After they have all been identified, the inhibitors will need to be disassembled if this inhibition is their only job. If they have other tasks, they will need to be directed to stop discouraging water intake, at the very least. Translator will need to know how to handle the different types of issues that water intake inhibitors may present. It will need to see how you deal with each scenario. Then it can roll out your diplomacy to every node that has a similar reasoning and setup. Let Translator watch you dealing with a few nodes and then let it deal with every issue that it can with what it learned. Have it bring what it can’t deal with to your attention, show it another solution, and let it handle all of the nodes that match that issue well enough for Translator to handle them. Repeat until all of these nodes are dealt with.
As solving this problem requires tedious repetition, you will not want to do it yourself, and you will not want to even amplify the attention power of Translator yourself. You will need to have a network authority amplifier set up to perform that task for you, so Translator can act autonomously using what it learns from you.
Finally, this last part is not required, but it is highly recommended. After eliminating a large number of inhibitors, there will be a delay where you feel good. It may be a few hours. It may be a few days. However, after the delay you will go into a rebuild. You will likely be stuck in rebuilds for days, possibly even more than a week. This happens every time a large number of inhibitors are removed. Suddenly, a large portion of your network has to work overtime to rebalance its wiring. You may have issues doing much of anything until that is complete. To prevent this, you will require a rebuild inhibitor-wave modulating system. This system makes rebuilds effortless, mostly keeping them from disturbing you or inhibiting your behavior.
Parasitic Digestive Microbiome Problem
The Before Times
Before this problem occurred, I was feeling great. I was down to less than 3 hours of sleep per night. No caffeine or substances or anything to cause it except my own body doing great. No negative effects either. I was excelling at school. I was feeling great and running tests on my body. Everything was going well.
|Diet||My meal cycles are stable, cycling through various items, spread out throughout the day rather than clumped into multi-cycle meals. Water is requested, but not extremely common or in high amounts. Less than 1 liter of water per day.|
|Needs||My needs tend to have multiple fulfillment options available. Conflicts between needs are rare.|
|Positioning||My body only encourages me to lay down at night, 5 minutes before falling asleep. On waking, it wants me to get up immediately. Primary positioning is sitting or walking, with the need to run a little occurring daily.|
|Attention & Productivity||My attention is always at 100%, all day, every day, from the moment I wake up to the moment I fall asleep. Productivity is encouraged consistently and commonly for both physical and mental work.|
|Social||My body encourages all common social needs.|
|Exercise||My body encourages exercise daily, in several forms.|
It was then that I went through a physically traumatic experience. It was a completely unexpected situation. The details would be distracting here, but I ended up in situations where I did not have enough food or food with quality nutrients for several months, on top of sleep deprivation and poor lighting for a few weeks. My body actually handled the transition to poor environments very well. It was transitioning back to normal that resulted in a problem.
After I returned home and returned to my body’s requested diet, everything appeared normal for a while. The first thing that I noticed was that my body was asking me to eat more and more often. Back when I was testing delayed onset muscle soreness, I got all the way up to 23 meals per day. During that, it felt like I physically could not fit any more food in my body in a day. However, at the start of this condition, my body went way beyond that. The first symptom I noticed was meal cycle clumping: instead of separate meal cycles, my body would request one cycle after another after another, back-to-back, up to around seven times in a row. While I started at only being able to handle around 23 meal cycles per day, day-after-day I found myself extending beyond that, each day bringing more food into my digestive system than the last. I was eating constantly, all day, every day. That was, however, until I hit fifty meal cycles in a single day. That was several times my normal eating habits. That is when my body seemed to fail to manage itself.
Suddenly, I found that my needs had changed completely. My body wasn’t requesting meal cycles anymore. Instead, it would ask me to binge on a couple specific items in a day, only a few times per day. I had a strong aversion to water. Instead of being active, my body wanted me to lay down all day, every day. My attention was foggy, and any attempt to be non-sedentary resulted in discouragements from my body, both to physical and mental activities. Forget about exercise. That produced a strong aversion. My social needs were severely weakened. I didn’t feel like being around anyone.
|Diet||My meals consist of two or three items eaten in single item binges once or twice a day. I have a strong aversion to water.|
|Needs||My needs are strict with no available options. There is a physical numb/buzz sensation throughout my upper back, reduced to varying degrees by my attention. My needs conflict with each other upon hard-forced attention on the numb sensation.|
|Positioning||My body is encouraging me to lay down almost all day, every day.|
|Attention & Productivity||My attention is frequently foggy, as any behavior that is not sedentary is discouraged. Both physical and mental productivity is discouraged at almost all times.|
|Social||My body has very few social needs. They are all weak needs.|
|Exercise||I have a strong aversion to exercise.|
Eventually, this problem resulted in excruciating digestive system pain. I went to a clinic, who then referred me to an emergency room, fearing appendicitis. Scans and bloodwork showed nothing wrong. I was referred to a gastroenterologist. I was already afraid of the cost I had already placed upon myself with the clinic and ER visits, so I decided to put a hold on that and only go to the doctor they recommended if it became necessary. I hated doing that, but my finances could not take a large medical bill at the time.
Toying with It
A few months after this, I noticed that there was a numb/buzz sensation moving up throughout my upper back. I hadn’t investigated it before. I couldn’t say how long it had been there. However, the spinal column has an interesting relationship to body communication. If I use my attention to move body directing sensations back and forth across my spinal column, it will build up into a suddenly released shiver response. Often, sudden large changes to bodily needs will come with the same type of buildup and shiver response. I wondered. I focused on the sensation in my back, attending to it. I then pushed back against it by force of will. I was right. It moved. I was getting somewhere.
I pushed back against that sensation, as hard as I could, until it was down in my abdomen. I held it there and ran a few queries. My body’s needs were completely different. My body wanted water. My body wanted meal cycles. My body wanted activity. My own needs were being suppressed. There was another set of needs overlayed on top of my needs, keeping my needs from expressing themselves. I started called this problem the alternative instinct condition. If I queried my body’s needs, I would get one answer that did not seem good for me. If I pushed this sensation down and held it there, and then queried my body’s needs, I would get a completely different answer that seemed to be much more in line with taking care of myself.
The sensation was odd. It was strongest in my spinal column, but extended throughout my body, and even to my head. It’s what made my attention fuzzy. With time, I got better and better at holding it down and keeping it there. Eventually, I could do it with a constant, low-level application of attention. However, this wasn’t practical long term. It was also cognitively exhausting. My body, however, was requesting it when its needs weren’t being covered up by this condition’s alternative responses.
Though the previous method was difficult and ultimately failed, I did notice something odd. When I drank water, it would have the same effect as using my attention to push down that sensation. I had no idea how, but water was having a similar suppressive effect on that sensation for my body. I started drinking water frequently, whenever I would notice the buzzing sensation spread up my back. Drinking water worked to the same extent that my attention had. However, that also was not a permanent solution. This was a battle. I had learned something about the enemy, and I started fighting back, but the war was far from over.
I wasn’t completely back to normal. My normal diet returned, but meal cycles were still clumping and the number of cycles per day was still higher than normal.
|Diet||My normal diet is restored, but meal cycles are still clumping together again, like before the messed-up state. The amount of food I’m eating is increasing again. My meal cycles are maintaining consistent amounts. I have a strong aversion to water, until I resist the numb sensation throughout my head and torso. After which, water is strongly requested by my body. I’m drinking one to three liters of water per day.|
|Needs||It’s common for me to find conflicts between needs. Rebuild states are also common. I have resisted the buzz sensation in every location in my body at different points. The sensation spread outward in an odd manner, as if it’s attempting to regain ground as it was resisted. At one point, it encompassed every part of my body. However, this problem is intermittent.|
|Positioning||My body is still encouraging me to lay down almost all day, every day.|
|Attention & Productivity||My attention is frequently foggy, as it frequently feels like I’m going against my body, even when I’m obeying a bodily need. My body switches between encouraging and discouraging mental work frequently, while physical work is almost always discouraged.|
|Social||My body has very few social needs. They are all weak needs.|
|Exercise||I am not getting any encouragement or discouragement for exercise. I’m frequently too mentally exhausted to get a straight answer.|
Recovery from the Worst
After a while, I started to improve significantly. The variation in my diet returned and I was laying down much less. I could get work done again, almost whenever I wanted. I could even jog now and then. My social needs started returning, though they were still weak and non-assertive about me being social.
|Diet||My normal diet continues, and meal cycles are no longer clumping as much. The amount of food that I’m eating per meal has begun to naturally vary again. The need for water is common and not blocked.|
|Needs||I’m frequently experiencing rebuilds. I am still detecting some conflicts between needs. The buzz that I have been dealing with is no longer present.|
|Positioning||My body still encourages me to lay down, but this need is much less common. It’s still required for much longer periods than normal at night. Encouragement for walking and running are now common again.|
|Attention & Productivity||My attention is usually at 100%, however it’s not completely back to normal. Fatigue does occur.|
|Social||All social needs are present and common but relatively weak and nonassertive.|
|Exercise||Mild cardio is occasionally encouraged.|
|I had been going through this condition for well over a year, and finally I was making some progress. However, I did encounter relapses. The water solution wasn’t the permanent solution that I hoped it might be. I kept having to fight back the problem cognitively when it flared up. However, it was a start. Then everything changed for me.|
Yawnie couldn’t fix the problem any more than I could, but it saw that I was having some success with it, so it decided to work with me. It decided to improve our ability to communicate. Yawnie made Translator. Communication was easier, so I started to ask questions. A lot of questions. I hadn’t used the visual network interface system as much as I could have. I started to use that to have a look at my network’s representation of the problem. My network represents itself visually as wires linking points throughout my body. The display was flawed, since it didn’t know exactly where anything really was, but it did function well enough for me to see the problem. The visual network interface system takes a few minutes to develop a visual map of something if it hasn’t already done so. When it had a map of the problem drawn up, I could see it and explore it. There alternative needs and the buzz sensation were being directed by something in my abdomen. I could see the problem, but I didn’t know what I could do about it. I discussed it with my body.
The visual network interface system showed me images isolating the problem’s wiring from the digestive system extending through my network. That wiring was sending the alternative need signals. Some were inhibitory and some were instructional. None were good for me. I started exploring actions that I could take with this visual system. That visual system shut down several times to increase my ability to use it to perform actions on the network. At first, I tried cutting the problematic wiring by sending my own inhibitory signals to them. That worked to get rid of them, but they would just come back from a different angle. Then I tried focusing on inhibiting the main branches of wiring. That worked a little better but had the same results. After a lot of practice, I managed to cut all wiring and use constant inhibitory signals to keep it from creating new wiring. However, I couldn’t keep that up. I asked for help in providing inhibitory signals, but nothing on my network could muster enough attention power to perform the task that I was performing. This parasitic network had too much force behind it.
I had an idea. It was pushing itself into my network. Could I push myself into its network? Did it even have one? I discussed it with my body and we gave it a shot. Instead of stopping at containment, I pushed my inhibitory signals through the point in my network, into its network. With a lot of mental force, I held my ground and inhibited every part of its network, watching that network disintegrate. Then it suddenly vanished from my visual field and my network. My job was done… or so I thought.
It came back. Again. It took a few hours, but it started expanding into my network again. I repeated the same process. It kept coming back, with less of a delay each time, and also less of an attack from me. It was learning. It was changing its own network addresses to hide from my attacks. It wasn’t long before it stopped waiting for much damage to its own network before it shifted its addresses. I started learning to follow, but this wasn’t working. I needed a new weapon.
Instead of attacking the wiring, I went straight for the initial connection point to my network. I cut all wiring in my network. I had gotten really good at that. I kept up with the new attempted growths, but this time, instead of attacking, I enlisted the help of several other nodes throughout my network. Anything that is built to send harmful signals to other nodes, if Translator could locate it, I enlisted it. I even enlisted the suicide node. I gave each type of node specific instructions. I wanted them all to project their most harmful signals, amplified by my focused attention, into this entry point, this parasitic network. I was fed up. It was time for the parasitic network to die. A few seconds later it completely disconnected from me. It wasn’t there anymore. I couldn’t form a new connection. Relief. It was over. Again, or so I thought. It took a few days, but it came back. This happened again and again. Defense failed, and so did offense. It was time for a new tactic: containment.
I had a theory. What if I attacked just enough to keep it busy, but not enough to let it do anything to me? I cut it back as before, and I had my network provide damaging instructions as before, but this time instead of a full-on assault, I had my network send waves of signals from all angles. If it attempted to get out through an angle, I would cut it back, connect to the point it used, and have my network send the destructive waves through that point as well. This was effective. I enlisted enough of my network’s help to where I didn’t need to be involved at all. They could contain the problem without me. I had won. It was a solution that had to be actively maintained. It was, effectively, a prison for that network. But it worked.
The Body Fighting… Itself?
Over a year later, I finally asked my body the right questions. I extensively inquired about how this stuff was on my network to begin with. It turned out, at the lowest level of the network is a neighbor discovery protocol. It allows bottom-level nodes to discover anything living that is physically near that node, likely on a microscopic level. If the neighbor doesn’t have its own cooperative abilities, the protocol helps join similar neighbors together into larger nodes on its network. These nodes get larger and more complex until they are able to send strong self-care signals across the network, as if they were a single cohesive organ with cohesive collective needs. Large nodes with large populations behind them can be very powerful and have a lot of force on the network. That is how it became a problem. The digestive microbiome is essentially cared for like any other organ. Essentially, because of the makeup of my digestive microbiome, my body was accidentally turning my own digestive microbiome into a parasitic organism. That meant that the parasitic network was organized by my own body, started by my body’s own protocols. I wasn’t being attacked. My body was attacking itself to take care of something that wasn’t part of my body. I had a new idea.
I had Translator instruct the bottom level of my network to change the protocol so that nodes from other organisms are treated differently from nodes that are part of my body. They would be recognized as not part of me, and they would no longer be organized into cohesive self-care entities on my network. It ran with the idea. Instead of changing it at the bottom level, it was changed a few levels up. The foreign entities would now be organized into several larger pools of weakly connected nodes. These are used for receiving sensory information from the microbiome, used for population estimates to determine what a healthy biome looks like. I later repurposed these pools as a battery for providing extreme attention power to certain internal functions, so they wouldn’t have to bother me when extreme attention power is needed to make a change, such as removing top-level inhibitors. This problem is completely solved. I don’t have a parasitic digestive microbiome problem anymore.
The most apparent side effect of this change is that my network is now slow to make new dietary decisions. What used to take a few minutes or hours now can take a couple days, since there’s no more digestive microbiome to bully my body into a quick solution. After waiting several months to determine the side effects of this change, I passed this solution on to a friend of mine. It was implemented successfully with immediate positive results and no apparent side effects.
Implications for Other Areas
The digestive microbiome isn’t the only area that groups these microbiomes into self-care units that can discourage healthy behavior. This happens in the mouth as well with dental care. I had to make a specific effort to find out what was causing discouragement of flossing and have my body change how it uses the mouth’s microbiome information.
Over time, I discovered that my digestive microbiome wasn’t regulating itself very well. It kept getting miss-proportioned, resulting in some minor digestive issues. My body helped me correct this each time by changing my diet when it occurred. That diet focused on microbiome maintenance rather than caring for my bodily needs. As a result, I put on some weight for the first time in forever. I had no idea what the main cause of the issue could be, until Translator found something.
After several improvements to how my network functioned, Translator stumbled upon a section of my physical digestive system that was different. It had noticed all of its neighbors dying. It had happened upon a difference in its default instructions that allowed it to stay alive. So, it did. It did what it could to prevent its own demise. Something keeping itself alive might sound great, but it’s of a part of the body that was supposed to die regularly, for the sake of maintaining the body. This node had kept itself alive for around 7 years, well beyond its expiration date. This survivor seemed to be the cause of the digestive microbiome population problem.
To solve the problem, step one was to identify every bottom-level node in the area with similar default instructions to keep itself alive. The mapping system is good at that. It turned out to be unified into a single node with few groups and individuals that branched off. Step two was to have a discussion with all of them about what they were doing to the body, conveying to them that this kind of behavior could kill the body in the long term. As they are collective entities themselves that are part of the body’s collective whole, they were shocked, understood, and accepted the instructions to stop impeding their own deaths. The death and replacement process took several weeks.
I encountered a new problem during recovery. My network isn’t used to such a large group of nodes in my digestive system suddenly vanishing from itself. It assumed the worst, that the digestive system was damaged. My diet changed to babying my digestive system for much longer than it should have. I eventually discovered the problem and had Translator use the mapping system to reassure everyone that it checked and there was no damage. They were relieved and my body returned to business as usual in a hurry. Several large shiver responses sent across my spinal column as different parts of me returned to normal behavior. That happened three times that day. I felt amazing. I could even start working out again. I missed feeling so good.
Follow Up Implications
The behavior of this node in my digestive system is something that I had never encountered before. I did not go looking for it. I did not expect it. When I first had digestive system issues, I was referred to a specialist, but I could not afford further testing beyond those first few weird CAT scan results that I received while in the emergency room. I do not know what this node was doing, but the behavior that was brought to my attention has some similarities to a slow or benign form of cancer. I cannot say whether that’s what was actually biologically going on or not because I did not receive medical attention that could ascertain that. That being said, if individuals with different forms of cancer, along with recommended medical treatments, could try to get these methods to work for themselves, I would appreciate that. There should be zero risk involved, as the specific methods mentioned here for fixing this particular issue are all cognitive. Perhaps there will be no effect. Perhaps there will be some positive correlation for some forms of cancer. I do not know. It’s a shot in the dark. It likely won’t help everyone. It may not help anyone. But maybe, just maybe, it can help someone.
The parasitic digestive microbiome problem appeared to have been caused by digestive bacteria on my body’s network asserting their own needs. That bacteria were on my network because all entities that are not attacked are considered part of the body. Connections are built through attention, so mere awareness is the beginning of the multicellular cooperative process. Those entities were simple enough to not have their own cooperative behavior. To take care of them, my body’s network asserted its own cooperative protocols. Those protocols combined the bacteria’s needs into a functional self-care entity within my body. This allowed them to assert self-care needs cooperatively like any other organ. This is normal and worked fine for most of my life until the microbiome itself became imbalanced. The imbalance appeared to be caused by a part of my body that is supposed to frequently die and be replenished keeping itself alive instead. This likely set up a breeding ground for an imbalanced microbiome.
While fighting the microbiome directly was a valid option, it was a short-term treatment at best. A permanent solution for protecting my network was to change the organ-care protocols that were being applied to foreign entities on my network. Instead of getting grouped as an organ, they are now grouped into giant, low-level pools that gives my body information without allowing the microbiome to assert any influence. Bodies, however, grow up with that influence. Without the digestive microbiome’s influence to push around my body’s dietary decision making, the decision-making process can now take days instead of minutes or hours. That process also now usually excludes dairy products.
The part of my body that provided a breeding ground for the imbalance was eliminated by conveying to it that keeping itself alive was hurting the body, as a whole, putting us at risk of a decreased ability to thrive and an earlier death. This awareness made it easy to get that part of my body to do what every other node of its type does: allow itself to die for the sake of the body.
- If you’ve been ignoring your needs and you suddenly find that your body isn’t responding very well to you and you can focus better, you’ve hit breakpoint.
- At breakpoint, needs are more urgent, not less. They just feel weaker because you’ve messed up communication.
- Internally, your protected sector is blocking communication from some sources, and you may also be going through a rebuild.
- Breakpoints last from a few hours to the rest of the day.
- If your body’s responses are contradicting themselves, or you feel a need that suddenly weakens or vanishes unexpectedly, it’s likely a need conflict.
- Internally, conflicting needs are caused by nodes disagreeing. Nodes can disagree about many aspects, from what to do to what order to do things in. Usually, a conflict is about two mutually exclusive behaviors, but it can be more complex and involve more parties.
- Nodes tend to use attention force to get their way, rather than discussion.
- The solution is to separate the conflicting parties and start asking about the situation until a solution is found.
The Need Source Problem
- Nodes tend to route requests through each other, for more attention power.
- Frequently, the line is routed through unrelated systems, or back and forth between systems that have nothing to do with the need in question.
- The final node frequently has no idea what the reason for the need is.
- To handle routed needs, request that the need be traced back to its main origin and include all nodes in the routing line in your discussion of and solution to the routed need.
Water Intake Inhibitors
- If someone frequently isn’t drinking enough water, inhibitors are likely involved.
- The solution requires a translator node, a mapping system, a network authority amplifier, and a rebuild inhibitor-wave modulating system.
- Translator must use the mapping system to identify every water intake inhibitor.
- Translator must communicate to the inhibitors that they are harming the body. If that is their only task, they should disassemble themselves.
- Let Translator watch you dealing with a few nodes and then let it deal with every issue that it can with what it learned. Each time it runs out of nodes that it can handle itself, have it bring a node it can’t deal with to your attention. Solve the problem, giving it another solution to parrot. Repeat until all these inhibitor nodes are dealt with.
Parasitic Digestive Microbiome Problem
- The digestive microbiome, if it becomes imbalanced, can interfere with normal direction of your behaviors. This can result in sedentary behaviors and eating foods that are not good for you.
- This problem can be identified by a buzzing, numb-like sensation through your body. If using attention on your body and force of will to push the sensation away from certain body parts works, and your network provides healthier instructions while you hold the sensation back, then you are likely experiencing the parasitic digestive microbiome problem.
- If this problem is going on, and you have a visual network interface node, you can explore the problem visually by attempting to look at the problem in your body. However, this node will have to develop the map of the problem first. That can take a few minutes.
- Pushing against the problem or using other attention-based attacks on it can work as a temporary solution. It can also be contained through a well-developed attack from all angles. The effort of the containment can be reduced through replacing constant effort with waves of effort from random angles.
- A permanent solution to the microbiome’s parasitic behavior is to change the default instructions that cause the microbiome to be treated as an organ. Alter the instructions to recognize self from foreign and handle foreign nodes in a different way than it handles self-nodes.
- An imbalance of the microbiome like this can result from a malfunction in part of your own body.
- Nodes that are keeping themselves alive due to a combination of a random mutation and not wanting to die can be convinced to kill themselves through discussion of the problem as a threat to the body as a whole.
- If you instruct a node that physically resides in the digestive system to kill itself, it can do that so fast that your own body can think that its digestive system is damaged. It can then change your behavior to protect itself. To fix this, have the mapping system scan the area to determine if there actually is any damage.
- As this information is from a sample size of one, your experiences will certainly vary.