Overkill creates addiction and reduced sensitivity. In fact, this means expanding the borders, raising the bar higher. One minute you were full, and then you're hungry again. That's greed, gluttony, etc. You need all the time more and more your hunger grows infinitely.
The sensation increases more slowly than the irritation in the upper part of the range, but at the beginning of the range, after passing the level of the signal triggering, the effect is opposite. The system listens, concentrating its sensations on the subject of irritation. Minimal increases in irritation cause a significant increase in sensations. However, overkill causes a decrease in the system's sensitivity. At first, the system listens, but then closes its ears and begins to ignore the irritation.
Overkill and underkill is the state when the variable X goes out of the range of its changes and turns into a constant. But the variable cannot be a constant, so exceeding the limit leads to a decrease in the system's sensitivity, moving the range up and zeroing all indicators.
At the first stage, too much pleasure leads to a decrease in the sensitivity of brain receptors, which requires an increase in the dose. In the third stage of satiety, the neurons change their nature and begin to feel pleasure as pain.
If the purpose of a person's life is pleasure, then inevitably this pleasure causes addiction and exhaustion of pleasure. The routine of being is the narcotic withdrawal of an addict who does not honor moderation and is not restrained in his desires. You need to take care of your joys. I ate a piece-be happy and make a pause, you can not allow too much emotion.
The very fact that a person perceives life as a painful routine, remembering some happy times as a Paradise or looking for this Paradise in the future, speaks about the exhaustion of the nervous system and an overdose of pleasure. As a treatment, we recommend rest, philosophical conversations about humility, strict fasting, the exclusion of sugars (including fructose), and loneliness.
What drug addicts call a gray, bleak and terrible reality is the same lost Paradise that has faded against the background of an overdose of illusory pleasures. "Give us more drugs," the addicts cry, " we don't want your squalid reality." The real Paradise is unbearable for drug addicts and sees them as a cesspool of hellish suffering. The problem with drug addicts is that they consider their illusions to be real, being unable to separate reality and cinema, tourism and immigration.
During an overdose of emotions, there is a decrease in emotional sensitivity, which generates anxiety, Cycling and a strong thirst for positive emotions. It's basically depression. During depression, the main thing is not to be afraid and not to try to look for sharp emotions. Nothing terrible happened, you need to calmly wait for the restoration of sensitivity. Treat depression with sleep, a lean diet, and rest.
The predominance of the stick or carrot generates overkill and a decrease in sensitivity, giving rise to symptoms of depression. In fact, we are talking about a decrease in the ability to arbitrary attention, the development of attention deficit disorder, depression, narcissistic personality disorder (pride), dependent personality disorder, and so on. To avoid these consequences, you need to combine the stick and carrot in the proportion of the Golden section.
I spoke with seven young people who did not go to school after school, but went straight to work. The success of the people was tremendous, but it killed them. Overdose of joy, the flame burned out and no longer wants to burn. The flame doesn't want to eat. The flame has become a gourmet, it needs some special firewood. As a result, drugs, debauchery and discouragement of the spirit.
It is interesting that first an overdose of emotions generates escape from reality, inattention and distraction, and then this state generates depression. The most important symptom of depression is obsession. If you can fixate on work or learning as a source of joy, it will be very useful.
Joy is only good in moderate and very limited quantities. In real life, there will be enough cheerfulness. Moreover, you should no longer look for joy, but for pain, so as not to lose immunity to it. Losing your immunity to pain will turn your life into a creepy place that looks like hell.
Fear (pain) and pleasure is a constant. However, if you run away from fear and seek pleasure, you get used to pleasure and your immunity to fear drops. Thus, subjectively, there will be very little pleasure, and a lot of fear and anxiety.
You should avoid the prickles of pleasure in the chest associated with vanity, flattery, contempt for others and self-satisfaction. Strong emotions lead to an overdose of emotions, against which the world becomes vile and terrible. Fear can cause energy drain, laziness, and procrastination.
Your problem is that you are looking for positive emotions, and you should be looking for bad ones. The point is that everything we run after runs away from us, and everything we run from runs after us. Plus, we quickly get used to the good, and we start to be afraid of the bad, like fire. Fear kills faith, paralyzing movement. Faith is the ability to move. As a result, our life turns into hell when we are filled with fear.
The fact that depression is a disease in which serotonin stops being captured does not negate the fact that it was all caused by an overdose of thrills and inadequate judgment. The body has developed a defense against the inadequacy of consciousness. Thus, depression is by itself a remedy for the failures in the software of the brain.
What does the drug do? It seems to speed up time, allowing you to concentrate the mosaic of being and see the whole beauty divided in time. Concentrated beauty is joyous, but it creates an emotional overdose. It was not for nothing that it was divided. Beauty in small quantities is medicine, but in large quantities it is poison.