In this video:
00:00:06 - A quick recap of what we have learned so far
00:03:39 - Paradigm Trajectories - How did this come about?
00:05:24 - Pathways having outcomes! Could pathways also apply to thinking? An investigation.
00:07:42 - Seeing the predictive nature in the sequences of reactions
00:08:23 - Looking at this from Brett's tinnitus insight
00:10:06 - Pathways made sense for the Outside-In because there is a desired outcome
00:11:11 - Understanding "How do trajectories work in a paradigm"
00:15:45 - Do ideas come from a paradigm rather than me?
00:17:50 - Trains, Tracks and Paradigms Metaphor
00:19:29 - The train can only go where the tracks take it
00:20:34 - The idea that "I can be in charge of my thinking"
00:23:10 - Tying this together a bit more...where the train is on that track is going to give you the thinking that is there on the trajectory
00:25:11 - Brett demonstrates this on the board - highlighting the logic of a track/trajectory/pathway
00:27:32 - Basya Friedman asks Brett to clarify about the thinking being built into the track/trajectory we are on, into the paradigm and how this track sometimes appears familiar to me
00:29:12 - Paradigm is the core aspect, then Inside-Out and Outside-In, then trajectories and the thoughts
00:29:59 - Every thinking along the way you are experiencing, it is going to be logical to that person whether it is IO or OI (it will make sense to them)
00:31:03 - Factoring in that there is a Me here. What if I wasn’t on that train?
00:33:32 - “You can’t kill the ego, you can only put it to sleep.” Syd Banks
00:36:30 - I don't need to do something about my thinking, that's no longer the target
00:37:41 - We are NOT fixed to the train we are on. Train is fixed to the track, the thoughts are fixed to the track, and the track is fixed to the paradigm. But where we are at ourselves is not fixed to the train we are on. Insight gets us off that train.
00:38:17 - Another OI effect is the first time we go OI we go slowly, then next time we go faster
00:39:16 - The Outside-In is an addition paradigm creating a huge structure
00:40:43 - Q&A: Are we building up thoughts?
00:44:24 - There is an endpoint to the Outside-In, and that is death. Yet it still takes only one insight to get off that train.
00:45:50 - Ahuva asks does this trajectory describes the phenomenon of reinforcement with diagnosis and addictions?
00:47:15 - If the treatment is about feeling better (if I do this I will feel better) we could be innocently taking them further down the tracks (Or misattributing the insight to the therapy vs insight)
00:49:21 - Brett attempts to describes the way he understands it when Syd said: "look at him, he's killing her."
00:51:21 - The more insight you have into this, the more it will show you what makes sense and what doesn’t makes sense, and that keeps evolving
00:51:49 - You can’t "mindhack" the paradigm, the tracks or the thoughts that come with it
00:52:32 - SEEING the track/trajectory we lose our "train of thought"
00:58:30 - Basya talks about getting back on that track again, Brett explains how in the HEx it feels to us that the thoughts fall off our mind. But they still remain attached to that track.
01:00:51 - Basya brings up how we take this these trains of thought, as "that is just who I am," and now we have a way of understanding that