And now let's see how it works. I distinguish two types of energy impulse transmission - inspiration and irritation.
In the first case, the receiver moves towards the transmitter in order to learn from it some important skill. In other words, he seeks to imitate his customer. The mimetic reflex has been preserved in the form of “homo sapiens” from its ancient ancestor. And since this ancestor became the ancestor not only of man, but also of great apes, the imitation effect on modern monkeys is observed without any disguise. Researchers know that monkeys begin to yawn immediately, as soon as at least one member of their pack demonstrates a yawn. In humans, an increase in the imitative “avalanche” is, for example, a reaction to the cry of “our beat!”.
In the second case, the opposite of the first, the inevitable disappointment turns into irritation and the resulting dose of arousal seeks out for itself elsewhere. The receiver must go away from the inductor and does the right thing, otherwise a short circuit will occur in the energy circuit. In a detailed review of all four chains of the order, to which I will proceed below, I will place greater emphasis on the first, positive stage of psychological induction.
Order chains at the psychological level
Let's figure out who imitates who, and also what I want to emulate. Go through all the chains, as well as along each chain.
And, at the end, the chain of involution (slow but radical changes):
1. The analyst wants to be as positive and carefree as Lyrik. TR - LT
2. And Lyric - to be as principled and ready to fight back others as the Keeper. RS - TR
3. The keeper seeks to be as agile as the Master. Quickly do everything and relax. SL - RS
4. Master - the same way to analyze complex phenomena, like the Analyst. LT - SL. Reorganization of the system in the direction of ease of maintenance. The circle closed again.
Order chains at the social level
And the involutionists complete the cycle of change .
1. The dream (Lirik) leads to the scientific development of the problem and the discovery (Analyst).
2. The completed and tested scheme (Analyst) leads to perfect tools and methods of work (Master).
3. Skill leads to the conservation of experience in the form of tradition (the Keeper).
4. The preservation of traditions leads to the fact that there is a dream of a new, which seems to others unrealizable (again Lyrik).