This is how our brain should operate which is based on mathematical principles where the mathematical principles are the definition of a set which is a group or list of objects with specific characteristics i.e. they are connected plus languages natural maths or symbolic properties. It should be stressed the maths element is not number crunching or complicated equations but lists with particular characteristics e.g. any experience or member of reality can be represented by a set or list of knowledge.
The strategy includes
1/ KEY is not seeking reality i.e. let the information go over your head as the set of information on which it is based can be false and incomplete instead one can learn how to use 15 classes of knowledge to describe any experience or system. The big question is WHY do you need to know reality i.e. create perceptions, to live life as it is unobtainable as Plato’s Cave demonstrates [SEE BELOW] other than for human interest? You should live in a bubble rather than seeking to make sense of the outside world through the senses. You should concentrate on living your own life mathematically see below. It does not make sense that our wonderful brain should operate subjectively. By adopting an objective thinking strategy means your consciousness and subconsciousness are at one and your mind is not cluttered with perceptions or generalisations.
2/ Realising everyone is unique i.e. they can be represented by a unique set of knowledge although based on the same template. This challenges stereotyping, tribalism or racialism.
3/ When one reviews the set or list of knowledge that represents any human one realises the most important is that which is not directly detected by the senses e.g. kindness, helpfulness, honesty, loyalty v appearance and smell. This challenges celebrity culture, body image, image in general and racialism.
4/ Learning how to create a set or list to expand your knowledge base e.g. ‘classify’ when one defines the characteristics of the set e.g. a way of getting from A to B ‘expand’ when one seeks members of the set or list e.g. walking, hiring a private car etc. One can refine the characteristics of the set or list to suit the situation e.g. getting from A to B by walking and taking public transport.
5/ Realising when there is more than one item one can order or prioritise by comparing or connecting with one another e.g. selecting an empty seat to sit on from a number of them available on in public transport or selecting a slice of cake from a number.
6/ Also where there is more than one item needed to do one can apply permutation and combination i.e. A e.g. items of clothes and B e.g. elements associated with making breakfast then one can adopt this principle i.e. partly dress then start breakfast, finish dressing and finish making breakfast etc. All have the same result Y say.