When a person experiences a negative phenomenon, the stimulus calls up the record stored in the internal organs, collates it, derives anxiety and fear, collates it, and as a result of collation, when something unknown is recognized, it develops into fear. I will.
Strong fear is recorded in the body as a strong memory. When viewed as a raw threat at Neuroception, it induces immobilization and develops into an awe (evacuation, irresistible fear). Immobilization is an abnormal situation for humans, so I would like to avoid it if possible.