>"J. John Bloch" wrote,
>> Note too that the process of changing patterns of thought and behavior
>> through conscious means (counseling, meditation, whatever) is, in my
>> of view, the preferred way to modify behavior. That's because the process
>> itself becomes a part of the individual's self-identity, and so the
>> progression from Behavior 1 ("Thoughts of sex occur too frequently") to
>> Behavior 2 ("Thoughts of sex occur when I choose for them to occur") is a
>> natural progression in the personal growth of the individual.
to which Anders rejoined,
>So what is the different from getting a limbic implant which you
>gradually tune from "Libido = 584" to "Libido = 36"? It is still a
>conscious mean of change.
to which I'd answer,
the difference between getting a limbic implant which you gradually tune from "Libido = 584" to "Libido = 36"?
and meditation: You can meditate right now.