Make Time Fly
One of the problems of science is it outside of our intuition.
Even things like large numbers are hard to understand.
So when they make infographics showing how much different sums of money, it makes it more “real.”
Like the government will pass some bill to spend a trillion dollars.
Million, billion, trillion, to most people, these are just vague descriptions for bigger and bigger numbers.
But when you see a stack of 100’s representing each sum, it’s jaw droppingly astonishing.
You could carry $1,000,000 around in a regular backpack and nobody would know.
But a billion is a THOUSAND stuffed backpacks.
A trilling is MILLION stuffed backpacks.
If you are a world class scientist, who has some decent credentials AND a way to metaphorically explain science, you’ll be famous.
When Stephen Hawking wrote the first edition of “A Brief History of Time,” his publisher said:
“The more equations you put in the book, the less people will read it.”
Make Science Easy
If you can straddle the world of science and mainstream thinking, you can make a fortune.
One my favorite metaphors of science came from Einstein, in his explanation of relativity.
Kind of a half metaphor, half joke.
Anyhow, the metaphor, paraphrased:
“Relativity is when sitting on a hot stove for a minute seems like an hour.
But sitting on a porch with a pretty girl for an hour seems like a minute.”
You can consider two ways to “shut off” your conscious mind.
One way is the very coveted “flow state.”
When you are doing something you’ve practiced a LONG TIME to a very high level of skill.
Playing guitar, rock climbing, boxing etc.
It’s when you’re out of your head, and simply flowing.
That’s one way, and it takes a long time.
Another way is the Einstein reframe.
Flow Like A Dream
To find yourself in such a wonderful situation, you FORGET about your conscious mind and just FLOW.
This is what happens when we watch really engaging movies.
Like sometimes when I’m watching a really good movie, I quickly check how much time is left.
When there is a lot of time left, it’s kind of the feeling when you glance at your clock in the morning.
If you realize you’ve still got a hour or so to sleep, it feels really GOOD.
But if you’ve only got ten minutes, it’s one of the worst feelings there is.
When I’m “flowing” along with a movie, and there’s still plenty of time, I can go right back into trance.
And shut off my conscious mind just like going back to sleep.
Even better is when you’re having a FANTASTIC conversation.
You AND your conversation partner are BOTH in the flow state.
Until one of you glances at the clock and realizes you’re LATE.
That’s about as bad and depressing as checking your alarm clock, hoping you’ve got an hour, but you’ve only got a MINUTE before you alarm goes off.
Flow On Demand
With practice, you can learn how to CREATE the mutual conversational flow where time FLIES by, just like Einstein predicted.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.