The Origin of Thought Process
The explanation of IPS mentioned in the previous topic uses communication between VP and LB. An example for the same is when you feel like eating a cake while on a weight loss diet, you have to make a decision whether to have the pleasure of eating it or avoid it. In other words, should you enjoy the moment (i.e. LB – no consideration of past and/or future) or consider that it will result into weight gain in future, which is based on knowledge received in the past being projected into the future (i.e. VP – consideration of past and/or future).
In most cases, communications in the IPS additionally require LB and/or VP to
dialogue internally. Based on the same, I've designated them as monologues,
i.e., VP Monologue or LB Monologue, as explained in the following topics.
VP Monologue: A VP Monologue is where two or more past experiences and/or
future projections are considered, without the involvement of LB, commonly known
as mulling over a subject. An example for the same is a student contemplating
between colleges to get admission, where he projects data received in the past
into future to make a decision. As VP is not a powerful logic processor, the
logic used in VP Monologues is simple.