By Martin Persson Nilsson
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"Como Lázaro vuelto de l. a. tumba" (dijo algún crítico), un antropólogo narra l. a. primera etapa del aprendizaje que lo convertirá en "hombre de conocimientos" bajo los angeles guía de un brujo yaqui. Con diversos medios, don Juan sumerge a su discípulo en una "realidad no ordinaria", tan objetiva como l. a. cotidiana pero totalmente distinta, inexplicable para nuestros esquemas de pensamiento pero no para los angeles sabiduría antigua que el maestro transmite con impecable coherencia lógica y poética.
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Only the state of love can hear that with which it is resonant. This is a classic double bind, a Catch-22. An alternate approach—one I have long promoted—is a straight biological-neurological one that arises from a Darwin II position. In such an approach, the starting point lies in grasping the fourfold nature of our “evolutionary” brain. History of Our Internal Civil War One of the earliest neuroscientists to realize that this complex brain structure of ours had evolved out of and from earlier creatures was Paul MacLean, more than half a century ago.
Indd 35 7/23/12 10:42 AM 36 Emotion in Evolution can undergo, and deprivation of nurturing and care is equivalent to major abandonment. At any rate, such infant sensitivity increases as the neural mass of that prefrontal cortex unfolds and expands after birth, while the same general disaster brought about by birthing lurks behind the scenes thereafter, manifesting in the series of developmental stages that follow. This neural governor, the prefrontal cortex, will take all of nine months to be sketched in enough for preliminary functions, although its full development and employment will be years down the line.
This apparently harmless and absolutely common-sense negative command— No! —which we parents toss out so casually, rides on the wings of death for the wholeness of the child’s self—and no small consequence to our own self down through the years. For most people to accept, much less believe, the implications of this scenario, seems near impossible. My own efforts, and those of many wiser than me, have met a blank wall on this issue for decades. All of our own neural systems and structures of knowledge have had this very threatening survival-directive of minding-obeying built into every cell, as a security measure itself.