| First Cause

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    In examining the first causes of any action, we find that there are conscious, as well as subconsciously motivating forces. And behind these forces, there is a requirement, inclination, or a desire for something to occur. The requirement, inclination or desire is often more subconscious, if we want to maintain a perceived homeostasis. Whilst an inclination or desire to change tends to be more conscious, in order to bring a personally desired imperative to fruition. Therefore if we want to change behaviours, it is preferable to become aware at the first causal moment when a motive force appears, so that we can more consciously create a healthier, more coherent alternative.