and Its Potential
Have you ever wondered about the untapped potential of your brain? On average,
man only uses about 3% of the power potential of this miraculous, three-pound (approximate weight) organ. This
percentage represents the messages that our conscious mind receives and understands. The other 98% of our
brainpower is tucked
away in our subconscious mind. Each one of us has the potential to tap into this hidden power, and use it to
enrich our lives and our livelihood.
OLDER AND WISER, TOO
At one time, people pretty much took their brains for granted. They
were what they were, a receptacle for our thoughts and ideas, a storage house for our memories, a problem
solving gizmo we were born with. Folks acknowledged that some people seemed to have been blessed with more
intelligence than others
in the world were graced with. Most felt that it was quite natural to lose a portion of their brain power as the
years went by. Often, this gradual decline would go even further in a percentage of people, leaving them
with mental deterioration.
However, in today's world, people have started to live much longer
than their ancestors did. They are searching for methods that will allow them to enjoy their longevity with a
sharp mind and a keen sense of adventure. It seems that it is very possible for someone to enjoy his or her
'Golden Years' without a worsening memory and the confusion that many seniors suffer from. All it takes is a
little effort to preserve the brain power you already have, and enhance it as well. Most people who have tried
the methods we will discuss think it is time well spent. They are thrilled to experience the many changes in
their lives that effortlessly appear when they take steps to improve their brain power.
The scientific community has discovered that our brains are quite a
bit more easily influenced than what was once considered as common knowledge in that group. This site
is designed to help you to take advantage of this finding, and make the most of your brain's hidden
potential. You do not have to posses super intelligence or keep your nose stuck in a book all the time to
improve your working memory, or even your IQ. Are you intrigued by the possibilities? Read on, and you will be
both fascinated and motivated to harness some of this brain power for yourself!
Anyone who is familiar with the life and work of Albert Einstein could tell you
that this esteemed physicist had a deep thinking technique that absolutely worked well for him. Einstein
dubbed this technique 'thought experiments', and though it was not his own method, it worked extremely well
Thought experiments were easy to accomplish and to understand, and
they can work for you as well as they did for Einstein. Basically, you sit comfortably with a relaxed mind and
start to visualize yourself in a certain scene. Most people choose a subject for their scene that ties in with
whatever task they may be trying to accomplish on that particular day.
Once you have reached this point in the deep thinking technique, you
will allow the creative power that naturally dwells deep within your unconscious mind to take over. You are
creating what some would call a movie of the mind, and you will be watching what your unconscious
In fact, you will be so deep within your subconscious mind that it is
likely you will fall into a deep sleep. Einstein managed this interruption by clasping a rock in each hand, so
that when he fell asleep, they would fall on the floor. The resulting noise would be enough to wake him from his
slumber, and he would immediately be able to go back to his thought experiment.
A deep thinker is in the habit of asking questions of himself and of
others that are quite deep and profound. Unlike shallow questioning, these queries can be a question within a
question. You will find that you are asking 'Why?' a lot. Each time you ask, the question will lead you further
into the subject, and often will branch out into a new one. This is the nucleus of deep thinking.
Take the time to think about the words you use, both in conversation
with others and in the running discourse with yourself that you carry on in your mind. Try not to take the
definitions of these words too literally, for if you do, you will limit your thinking. Ask yourself why certain
words have the meaning that they do.
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