' I feel like I have found the sum of all its parts, but I somehow just can't put it all together as a whole..'
At the point of writing this text, I haven't fully figured out how to copy the mind-structure. However, since I started, I have made what feels like a lot of progress. I have tried many different approaches and have come up with 'rules' that I think is necessary to follow.
The mind-structure is about how the mind 'moves', how our thoughts 'move'. Therfore, first and foremost, you must put attention to your own thoughts and perspective, rather than the 'outside'/objectiv world.
An example: Think of a room that is filled with a lot of space. How does its space 'meet' your mind?
You could say that everything in this room, between these walls, is space and that you're aware/experiencing all of it. However, if I, quite pedantically, put my finger in each possible location inside of the room and asked you if y
Counting seems like a fair way to view the world - you start with something you want to count and then you simply start counting each 'encounter' with such an object. Let's say that I for example wants to count oranges, and I count 5 of them.
To represent the count of these oranges, I have a few options, the first and most straight-forward would be to simply show them to you, which I can do by drawing 5 oranges.
But to fully copy the mind-structure, which is to accurately represent all recognitions, it is not enough to just show the oranges since the pencil-marks symbolises attention. - And figuretively, learning to draw/write down an experience accurately would allow you to 'draw' the experience of a hypnotized reader. - But, how do you show/draw something that isn't countable / a thing? (their position)? Well, my solution is to draw a line for each recognition - 1 for the thing to count and 1 intersecting line for each count of the countee, representing the position.