Unlocking the power of the subconscious mind and cultivating inner speech is the essential theme of Empatheme.
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Empatheme Unlocks Subconscious Resource
Unlocking the Potential of the Subconscious Mind
During my tenure as the Chief Creation Officer of Sony Ericsson from 2002 to 2011, I had the incredible opportunity to spearhead the global mobile communication business. Through the creation of revolutionary products such as Cyber-shot camera phones, Walkman phones, and Xperia smartphones, we achieved an astounding milestone of over 600 million units sold.
Working in this capacity allowed me to cultivate innovative ideas that had never before been realized. This experience granted me a distinct perspective on the boundaries of technology and the limitations we face as human beings.
As I delved deeper into the nature of technology, I came to a profound realization: technology operates on a simple principle of responding to requests, devoid of any input or output unless prompted. On the other hand, humans actively seek knowledge and meaningful connections with others based on their awareness of needs. If we are unaware of a need, we remain inert.
This understanding led me to recognize a pressing need for a new form of communication that transcended conventional thinking, a means to explore the possibilities of engaging with the subconscious mind. I intuited that this would be of paramount importance in the impending era of artificial intelligence.
In my pursuit of innovative communication methods, I drew inspiration from my brother, a Zen master, who imparted upon me the wisdom of mindfulness and the art of unlearning the subconscious habits we acquire over time.
His teachings fascinated me because while traditional Zen practice encourages us to delve into the depths of our minds, it does not provide reproducible methods, leaving us with limited guidance and direction. Becoming aware of something we are currently unaware of presents a challenge and seems almost contradictory for an ordinary individual. Nonetheless, engaging in self-practice is absolutely crucial.
Overcoming the Limitations of Technology and Human Constraints
Despite the convenience that technology offers and the knowledge bestowed upon us by teachings, we still encounter limitations. No matter how vast our knowledge may be, there are inherent boundaries to what we can accomplish and how much we can truly comprehend.
This realization ignited a passion within me to find ways to make the combination of technology and human practice more accessible and reproducible. I recognized that human constraints could serve as a wellspring of untapped potential.
By acknowledging and embracing these limitations, we can uncover new avenues for growth and development. It is through this synthesis of technology and human exploration that we can transcend the boundaries that confine us and embark on a transformative journey towards personal and collective advancement.
Empatheme: A Pioneering Method for Utilizing Subconscious Processes
Inspired by this vision, I founded SomniQ, Inc in 2012 in Silicon Valley. Our company develops methods that leverage the power of subconscious processes in everyday life, which we call Empatheme.
Since our inception, we have been fully dedicated to research and development, resulting in a series of patented inventions. Over time, we have built a solid foundation for a viable business model and are committed to promoting Empatheme.
The Revelation that Uncovered My True Mission
At age twenty, my father suffered a stroke that left him paralyzed. He lost his ability to move his mouth and speak, and I felt utterly helpless.
Despite his physical limitations, his mind remained active. He could think and express his feelings. We communicated without voiced words for five years, until his passing, using a simple paper board with printed letters.
I would hold my father’s hand and guide his finger across the board. With utmost care, I would listen to the faint whispers escaping his mouth, capturing his breath and tracking the movements of his eyes as they followed our fingers.
Through this unique connection, we could interact and understand each other, transcending the barriers of conventional communication.
That was the birth of Empatheme.
Another pivotal moment came twelve years ago when my sister suddenly passed away. She was incredibly dear to me, and her sudden absence left a void that nothing could fill.
Even my Xperia smartphone, which I had named to establish a meaningful dialogue with “self,” proved powerless in easing my grief. I felt a profound sense of loss and defeat.
Then, six years ago, my mother’s life hung in the balance. A life-saving surgery revived her, and in her words, I discovered the immense gratitude I held for my sisters and their presence in my mind.
It was then that I realized the significance of this deep-rooted connection in the subconscious mind.
Our existence is not just for ourselves but also for others. The words we speak aloud become our inner monologues, internalized and embodied.
This revelation uncovered my true mission. We possess the ability to articulate our thoughts and express our voices. We must embrace and nurture this innate gift.
The Inner Speech Opens The Path to Self-Discovery and Empathy
Within each of us resides a subconscious Self, a realm beyond consciousness that remains unreachable, even if it yearned to be.
This Self exists before the emergence of the first-person “I,” a zero-person Self.
Like a gentle embrace, the Self envelops the zero-person Self, continuously tracing, verifying, iterating, and calling out to the mind. It is alive and pulsating.
Much of our time is spent in these “zero zones,” where we connect with the Self. Whether in recollection, contemplation, strolling, dining, or recording our thoughts in a diary, even within our dreams.
The language employed by the Self is known as inner speech. It is a vocabulary acquired through hearing and internalized within the brain—a language spoken solely within. The Self listens intently to others’ words, ponders them deeply, and responds sincerely.
The interplay of voices, both external and internal, gives birth to the mind, while the words residing within the mind shape the essence of the Self.
Through inner speech, the path to empathy unfolds.
When emotions stir within, words flow naturally. Thoughts, if left unspoken, may dissipate into thin air.
Inner speech becomes your closest ally, nurturing your thoughts and heart. As inner speech develops, the soul manifests through action.
Empatheme stands as an empathy-centric system that uncovers and amplifies your inner speech, thus “creating your thoughts.” The name “Empatheme” symbolizes the essence of empathy condensed into its tiniest unit. We are all zero-person self.
To facilitate the use and application of Empatheme, I have conducted extensive research on speech, language, psychology, philosophy, and statistics.
Based on my own 35 years of experience, and with the cooperation and participation of many people, I am creating the practice trails and the Empallets.