,My friend, Vince, he’s up every morning at 5 AM, working out, getting his day going in style.
On his Instagram he tells me to leave my “fart sack” and join in the fun.
I say, “No.”
I remark that if he only knew how much I accomplished while sleeping and dreaming, he’d be in no hurry to leave the womb so early.
Seriously, dream time is powerful, expecially when you have the experience of getting downloads for the day, what to do, how to do it, and so on.
That’s one way the cybernetic function of the brain works – yet most who’ve read Psycho-Cybernetics never use this method.
In short, your brain leads you to:
1. goals, projects, processes, paths, journeys – however you choose to word it.
2. answers to the unknown – or answers on “HOW” to accomplish something you’re thinking about.
How do you get answers to the unknown?
You ask questions.
Your brain cannot ignore a question that is continually repeated.
Your brain takes a question you feed it and begins searching for answers. And the answers you find can and do show up almost anywhere.
Some of the places many creative people report “getting ideas” or answers to questions are as follows:
1. In the shower
2. While out for a walk – especially near water
3. While brushing your teeth or shaving
4. While sleeping/dreaming
So there you have it. Vince isn’t wrong for buying into getting up at 5 AM. I do so myself from time to time.
But most of the time, I prefer sleep learning.
It truly does work, provided you ask some really good questions.
The quality of the questions you ask plays a monumental role in determining or deciphering the quality of answers you receive.
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