You’re not supposed to be on autopilot! It’s okay to be on autopilot. The moment you get on autopilot, you’ll always be on autopilot, just like you have all the time in the world.
For many, the word ‘autopilot’ is a funny word because it sounds so passive. But for us, it’s often used to describe the ability to do things without consciously thinking about them, such as when a child is doing a puzzle or a dog runs up a hill. The moment you get on autopilot, you are in danger of becoming another person.
We’ve all been there. We forget to think about stuff. Or we’re stuck in some kind of autopilot loop where you don’t even realize youre on autopilot. This is what happens when we’re in the “fear loop.” The fear loop is a self-fulfilling prophecy because when we’re in the fear loop, we’re constantly on autopilot.
The fear loop is the result of not being able to break out of a cognitive loop. So being stuck in the fear loop is exactly like being stuck in the autopilot loop. You are never really out of autopilot. You are always stuck in a cognitive loop.
As it turns out, the only way you can break out of a cognitive loop is if the fear loop is autopilot. This is a good thing because it’s the only way you can break out of the autopilot loop.
When you’re on autopilot, you’re not on autopilot. When you’re in fear loop, you are on autopilot.
You can only be in a fear loop if youre afraid of something. If you are afraid of something, then you are in a fear loop. This makes sense because fear loops are self-invented, and the idea is that once you have the fear loop, you will never be able to break out of it. This idea is also called the loop fallacy, and is the fallacy that people make when they believe that they can only ever be in a loop.
We know this because people who are afraid of spiders have trouble with their fear loops, because spiders are always out to get you. But there’s another type of loop, called a synonym loop, which is when youre in a loop of synonyms for the same thing. It sounds like something that you would hear from The Simpsons, except it’s actually fairly common.
This is actually the idea behind the term horde, which is a synonym for “horrific.” In the horror genre, synonyms are used to create suspense and confusion, and they are often used to create fear. The word horde is also used to refer to the fear that we all have when we hear something that is obviously a real threat, but when we take a closer look at it, we realize it probably isn’t actually that bad.
The first time I heard the phrase horde came from a movie called The Hand that Saves Baseball, and the scene I heard it from was when a guy was getting his head smashed into a wall by some insane drunk.