Forging a Disciplined, Patient Mind for the Uncertainties of Trading

This is a discussion on Forging a Disciplined, Patient Mind for the Uncertainties of Trading within the Psychology, Risk & Money Management forums, part of the Methods category; Originally Posted by postman But you ARE trying to mess with it. It is there doing a perfectly good job ...

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Old Jun 16, 2017, 2:09pm   #17
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But you ARE trying to mess with it. It is there doing a perfectly good job and you are trying to suppress or remove its response to stimulus.
You are trying to stop millions of years of evolution by using your 'conscious brain' which is considerably less developed and as you say yourself 'slower' than your amygdala. Do you see the futility of the task you have set yourself. You cannot succeed.
Just to clarify, the above post is not from me.
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