A2 Modes of operation

The humangee device operates on 2 primary levels Internal and external.

The external aspects relate to those that are transient, and change on an ongoing basis. They are things that we experience daily on the surface of our planet like people, trees, buildings, roads, shops, work, play, school, day to day events, interactions and more. These are experienced by the senses and the thoughts that we add to the interpretation of these transient things and events.

The internal aspects are those that are deemed to be permanent and observable only when the mind is free from thoughts. They are aspects of our universe that do not change – like the stillness that underlies all activity, the silence upon which all sound is based and the natural aspects of our world.

Most humangee have little exposure to (do not exercise) this latter aspect of their existence.

In short, most humangee have minds that are engaged in experiencing and interpreting a constant stream of thoughts. Globally we have developed into a race of incessant thinkers. On some levels this is good – like the ability to progress insight across a range of earth-based disciplines – such as science, technology, literature and communication. However, it results in an extreme imbalance between the still mind and active mind.

Hence with regard to humangee maintaining mental and emotional balance our inability to balance our internal and external worlds and this inability to disconnect from the thinking mind is a major problem. For the purposes of this summary we’ll call this constant thinking, mental-noise.

I/O - Inputs and outputs

At the external level, the main inputs are via the five primary senses of sight, sound, taste, touch and smell. These then have associated applications like any input device which then interprets and feeds into the main system. External outputs come from the physical aspects of the body, like hands, feet, mouth, face, body movements and skin surface that are determined by the signals issued by the software.

Internal inputs are filtered from those received externally first, and by other subtle means. Some of these are stored locally and some are stored in the subconscious area. Internally originated outputs manifest in the software applications. This may sound complicated. We will explain it in later articles and in the manual.

As we progress in the coming weeks, we’ll cover a number of areas:

Filters and security

You will also find that there are virus and malware programmes that are already operating, which you need to understand and ideally fix or remove. We’ll cover the security of your device, and the parallel aspects of phishing or hacking your system.

Local and hosted data storage

You probably understand internal storage and cloud storage for your mobile phone, but don’t appreciate how they work for your humangee. Most humangee hold on to stuff from the past and continue to play them like old YouTube videos in their mind unintentionally. The ability to access and manage this content is important, as it lets you keep the content you want and delete what you don’t. Otherwise your personal storage system gets clogged up with stuff, that not only is of little value, it is also harmful to both your wellbeing and that of others. Once you understand how to establish what’s there and how to manage it, you will have much more control of your device.

Humangee has a biological battery that typically lasts up to 18 hours, before requiring recharging. It has a very effective emergency power back up system. We’ll have a look at fuelling and maintenance issues for both the internal and external aspects in later articles which are also covered in the manual.

Seeing sameness and commonalities and appreciating differences.

A question that often arises relates to similarities and differences. In what way are humangee the same and in what way do they differ. There have been recorded observations and analysis of humangee over many years, and the findings are consistent. The key consideration is that in the internal aspects we are all the same, whereas in the external aspects there are differences.

So, at birth these differences are largely indistinguishable. But as humangee get older, the differences become more pronounced. As devices mature, we may initially observe different external aspects of others like the size, shape, clothing, facial attributes, demeanour, hair, skin colour, voice, aura or any other aspects. These are experienced through the senses, and then interpreted by our programming lenses into our perception. Over time, these differences are observed and translated into what a humangee has, what they do, the place they live, the additional mode of transport they have, (like a car) their education and financial status and more. During this period, we typically develop a program that we will call the ego.

In the internal area, there is a core aspect we call the essence, which is the same in all. It and other components are common to all humangee, and are vital to understand.

The key take-away with regard to commonalities and differences, is that in the software realm, we are all fundamentally the same internally. The hardware design is essentially the same, but has variations for each user. We really are designer primates. There are many different use cases and these are outlined in later articles and in the manual.

In order to fully appreciate humangee, it is essential to appreciate that all are in essence, equal but their form and functions differ.

To conclude this starter introduction, the good news is that there is good scope to improve the understanding and management of your humangee. But it will take some self-challenge, along with testing the recommendations or observations in daily living practice. For sustained change, the requirement is then to follow these through with consistent action.

Humangee is a focus of articles about better understanding our device and the associated software.

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