The Matrix of the Matrix Model

L. Michael Hall, Ph.D.

A few people who think mathematically have complained recently to me that the Matrix model isn’t a real matrix, a true matrix. What they mean is that they do not see the axes of the Matrix and so conclude that it does not have axes. Silly them. I hid the axes!

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Curing Phobias With Meta-States

L. Michael Hall, Ph.D.
To meta-state means to reflect on a mental or emotional state with additional thoughts, feelings, ideas, and even kinesthetics. This power to rise up in you mind and have a second thought or second feeling about a previous thought describes the most wondrous power of self-reflexive consciousness.

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The 7-Matrix Model

(Power Point Presentation) by L. Michael Hall, Ph.D.
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Neuro-Semantics as the Matrix of Your Mind Part 1

L. Michael Hall, Ph.D.
If NLP is about “running your own brain” and Representation, then Neuro-Semantics is about the Frames and Frames-within-Frames that form the larger mental contexts within which the Representations occur. Represent a crisis event in your life and that gives us some information, but what does it mean to you? How do you interpret it? Frame it?

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Games That Hitler Played

L. Michael Hall, Ph.D.
Hitler– we know what he did, and we sort of know why he did it, but how did he do it? We know that he deceived his countrymen and an entire nation and nearly brought about the end of Western civilization as it had developed in the twentieth century. He was legally appointed to power as Reich Chancellor and between 1933 and 1940 one of the most popular heads of a state in the world.

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Thinking Strategically About How To Live In The 21st Century

L. Michael Hall, Ph.D.
Tuesday September 11, 2001 will live in all of our minds as a day that the world changed. Theterritory of reality that we woke up to that day revealed to us that life would no longer be “the life that we all had lived in the 20th century.” Probably it was not that the world had just then changed, it had already changed. We had not noticed. It was rather that we all, as a global community, woke up to the change on that day.

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Do You Need Your Matrix Reloaded?

L. Michael Hall, Ph.D.
In the first movie, The Matrix, Thomas Anderson woke up to the Matrix that had him, took the red pill, and exited that computer-generated world. From there he began to re-enter other matrices to be trainedNeo, the “new” one and began to learn how to master the matrix. in how to master the matrix. Morpheus coached him through many programs, the jumping program, detecting Agents program, etc. In the process, he became Neo, the “new” one and began to learn how to master the matrix.

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First Reflections on Matrix Revolutions?

L. Michael Hall, Ph.D.
Revolutions … going round and round. We all know that, don’t we? When we were children we used to play lots of spinning games. Sometimes we played on a merri-go-round, sometimes we turned round and round until we became so dizzy that we fell down laughing, and sometimes we spined a roulette wheel and sang the refrain, “Round and round it goes, where it stops nobody knows.”

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