Thus, through experience and learning, humans can build permanently on their neural architecture.
What does the character have to do with basic trust?
Every one of us needs a sanctuary, a place where he feels secure, safe, loved and welcome. This longing comes when we look at the neuroscience of the mammalian brain, the Limbic system.
Ideally, we found this place in our own home. And this sense of security, trust and love then internalize people as a basic positive attitude to life that we retain as an adult human being due to our trained routine. We have confidence and can trust other people.
When a baby is born, it has few needs at the time, but it does recognize whether those few needs are being felt or not.
From this knowledge, a strong basic trust can develop.
The baby feels accepted and loved. This positive feeling is also caused by frequent physical contact, and by intense loving concern with the child.
The basic trust is shaped in the first years of life. Because of the neurosciences know that our brain structures in the first 6 years of life to express and memorize these deep, subconscious programs.
Humans form the basis for a healthy self-esteem and a happy and healthy life as early as the baby's age, based on their trust in themselves and their experiences with their parents that life and the people are good.
Strong basic trust means:
Trust in me:
- Self-esteem, love ability
- I am worth being loved
- I feel safe
Trust in others
- Partnership, community
- I trust you
- I understand myself and accepted
Trust in the whole
- It is worth living
A strong basic trust, forms the basis for:
• confidence in oneself
• confidence in one's own abilities
• confidence in the development of self-esteem
• The confidence in the development of love ability
• Confidence in bonding with other people
• Confidence in love relationships
• Confidence in friendships
• The confidence in life itself that life is basically "good"
However, we know that in most cases this ideal of a parent-child relationship does not work out. First of all, it should be noted that these so-called negative imprints may be of a subjective nature, and not necessarily objectively involve the parents at fault, but we also know situations such as:
- Parents are afraid to spoil the child too much
- Overload of the parents in the normal everyday life
- Lack of basic trust in the parents themselves
If it comes to an expression of too little basic trust, this circumstance of the lacking security and stability often accompanies the man a whole life long.
Especially in special stages of life, such as school start, mature to adult. For the person concerned, even leading an independent life can be a greater burden.
Possible topics of limited basic trust are:
- Lack of self-confidence - little confidence in certain situations
- Restricted contacts with other people - internal insecurity
- Lack of confidence in his environment - little trust
- Negative handling of crises - little positive attitude towards life
- Anxiety states - distrust - aggressiveness
- Little trust in others - little trust in the community
- Lack of self-esteem - attachment problems
- Difficult partnership - relationship - love relationship
The experience of insecurity or rejection then shows up in everyday life, that the basic trust of these people is not pronounced, they have problems with the self-esteem, they doubt again and again, whether to the life partner, the superior or the fellow human beings.
They do not really love each other, feel many uncertainties and often find themselves in permanent relationship problems.
The Inner Child - beliefs
When we speak of the inner child in modern psychology, we speak of a part of the personality which is to be understood as the sum of all childlike imprints - more positive as well as more negative.
In the 3 psychic instances of Siegmund Freud (Es, Ich, Überich), the inner child equals the instance "It".
Siegmund Freud and his 3 Psychic Instances:
- It = Inner Child - Shadow Child / Sun Child
- I = inner adult = conscious mind
- ÜberIch = Inner Critic = Moral Instance in us
These experiences and imprints are codified in the subconscious, that is, we usually can not remember harmful, inner programs, but they work in the subconscious and wait for its call. In the subconscious these fears and needs, as well as all positive imprints are stored, but the negative imprints make the adults the most difficulties.
Our unconscious soul part tries everything, in order not to suffer the injuries and injuries any longer. At the same time he strives for security and recognition. All these fears and longings work in the subconscious. At the conscious level, we are adults who seemingly make a living. But on the subconscious level, our inner child influences our perception, feeling, thinking and acting massively. Even much stronger than our minds.
Our subconscious (brainstem and limibic system) is a very powerful entity that controls our experience and action to 80 to 90 percent. Our limbic system stores all of our emotional experiences that we make throughout our lives. Regardless of whether or not we can recall them later, they are stored there.
Now, when we have a strong emotional experience, it can activate neural structures in our limbic system. Thus, but not necessarily, a current experience can trigger only other, old experiences, which then reinforce each other.
If, for example, the neuronal activity becomes very strong, for example, to the feeling of "fear", the neurons from the limbic system fire upwards, into the cortex. All of our knowledge is stored in this area, and that's where our problem-solving skills are located by linking relevant information.
Since deeper brain structures (limbic system, brain stem) always have "right of way" to ensure survival, strong emotional reactions can partially paralyze our brain surface in the short term. These are those moments when good persuasion, even rational facts, is no longer helpful, because the feeling, for example fear, has the upper hand.
Have you ever tried to help a flying passenger with fear of flying by explaining that flying is the safest means of transportation? These rational arguments did not come about because the cortex of the passenger was completely inoperable. Lower-lying brain structures signaled him the highest danger. Thus, the cortex was inoperative and no longer attainable on a rational level.
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