From imitating automatic response of the body, the Ego remembers the feeling of involuntary action, and learns to proceed action with Association, such as to duplicate the feeling. Baby involuntarily cries, gets response, remembers the event as Association, and spontaneously begins to cry. Baby learns to think cry and then physically cries.
Ego Interpretation is the selection of specific Associations as Interpretive Context, that pertains to and are fairly restricted to what the body has experienced, and the context of implications for various possible types of future experience. The sensation of sunburn in the past is used as reference for Interpretation in the future.
The Ego is defined as an interpretive reference resource pertaining to the individual body. This is categorized association in the memory, relating to all things of the individual's personal experience, as a physical sensory system, sex, feelings, place in space, real sensory engagement, the actual sensory world, and thought which replicates the same. The Ego is a frame of reference of which the thinker refers to as Interpretive Context, for assessing immediate circumstance and events and especially what is of
Consequence. For instance the thinker may refer to its bodies tolerance for weather conditions, when deciding how to dress for an outing. The Ego is the categorization of Association, as everything that pertains specifically to the sensory experience of the body.
The Ego is defined as a volitional selector of Association called
Interpretation, which means the volitional selection of specific Association from the myriad of impressions in the memory, selected as recognition, identification and definition that give context and derive implications, to either present reality or thinking.
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