Reinforcing something requires repetition, especially when it comes to learning and improving, and through a feedback loop, one gets to see how that improvement is going, or not happening at all.
Feedback Loops: How Nature Gets It’s Rhythms – Ted Ex
And of course, on of the greatest feedback loops is the equation for the production of the repeating pattern that is the Mandelbrot Set, where: f(z) = z2+c
The Mandelbrot Set (Equation @ 9.10 mark)
And of course, the golden ratio underwrites all of nature
What Is The Golden Ratio?
This reality that we live within and the way that it is constructed is a reinforcing feedback loop, in other words:
What one puts out there, will be reflected back to them, to reinforce what they put out there
So when one begins to realise that this reality is a reinforcing feedback loop, is one seeing the world heading to hell in a hand basket, or a blossoming of the good of humanity coming back
For how one views the world in their mind, is how the physical world will be reflected to reinforce the feedback loop
And it helps to remember that, it is always appears darkest before the dawn
So to change what one is seeing reflected back to them, one has to change the input they are thinking and perceiving, and that is one of the reasons why our thoughts are so powerful