One dread that computer owners face today is that somehow, often through a rogue software program, a “glitch” will happen in the works, causing loss of computer memory, erasing stored programs, or creating false conclusions. Once this happens, it is a frustrating, expensive, and exhaustive process to identify, find and erase the source of the problem and its ongoing destructive effects.
Likewise, in our own built-in bio-computer, our brain, we may have a sabotage program that occasionally comes on line and creates havoc to the motivational direction in which we are consciously heading.
Our brain has had its software programmed by an infant, based on her perception of life, people, and experiences and with her own expectations. In your experience, does the infant always have the big picture, free of misperceptions ?