I saw this dude on YouTube the other day.
He could look at something for a quick second.
And close his eyes and make a finger painting of that exact thing.
Somebody would hold out an easel with all the paints, and they would stand in front of him.
He would, purely from memory, grab the correct colors and paint purely from memory.
The picture he would paint would be upside and down and backwards.
The theory of our big brains is it happened once we invented fire.
Before fire, ancient proto humans had to get food like any other animal.
Maximum Effort Required
Chase it, kill it, and eat it.
But utilizing fire presented ancient man with a ton of extra opportunities.
They could light fires in big areas, and predict where the animals would come running out.
This requires bigger brains.
Bigger brains to imagine potential futures.
Brains as Imagination Tools
Bigger brains to communicate these imaginations to others.
Bigger brains to have discussions, and slowly transform these shared hallucinations into a real plan that would produce real food.
This was done within a hierarchy where the top producers got the most social status and sex.
This is why our brains got really big, really quickly.
Whoever could come up with the best collective hallucinations would get paid and laid.
I saw this lady in the park the other day.
She was painting a picture of a hillside.
But her picture was filled with colors, but the hillside was bleak.
It was late fall, nearly winter.
What’s Your Story?
Finally I asked her what the deal was.
A couple weeks ago I was wandering downtown.
I saw this side street that I hadn’t seen before.
I wandered down, just to see what was up, and I found a museum that had apparently just opened.
Harry Potter Trick
I wandered inside, and it was huge.
The painting were a little, odd.
They sort of reminded me of those recent AI paintings that look kind of creepy.
Only these didn’t look creepy.
Not at all.
Paintings Come Alive
They also sort of reminded me of those 3D paintings that you have to stare at for a while before you can see the 3D imagine.
I found myself staring at one, not sure why.
This seemed to have special meaning.
But I couldn’t decide what this means.
I noticed a woman standing next to me.
I didn’t see her walk up.
So, Whatta Ya Think?
She asked me what I thought.
I told her I didn’t know.
She told me that in reality, there was nothing in front of me.
That this was a projection of your mind.
She said she was a projection of my mind.
That this place was a recent invention.
Kind of like an electronic Rorschach test, those inkblots.
Deliver Meaning To Objective Things
Inkblots have an objective shape.
This is kind of like an AI extraction of what’s inside your brain.
The idea is that if we are to survive the calamity of what’s coming, we need to do a much better job of getting the ideas out of our brains.
Most of us are limited by our speech, our education, our vocabulary, our confidence.
But this new system will create a massive imprint on what is inside your mind.
Idea Extraction Device
This will carefully reach inside of your mind, find the best ideas, even if they live in your unconscious, and add them to the collective.
The end goal is to create a real, physical based, super computer that represents the collective wisdom of humanity.
One that anybody can tap in at any time, for any purpose.
She told me she started painting at the end of last spring.
I Paint The Future
But she also told me that she is clairvoyant.
That she doesn’t paint she remembers about the past, she paints what she remembers from the future.
Because when it becomes springtime again, the hillside will match her painting exactly.
Down to every last flower.
The reason our brains got so big so quickly, nearly tripling in size in two million years, is we began competing based on our imagination.
This is what truly separates humans from all the other animals.
Other animals compete by size, or strength, or fierceness.
Humans compete with one another based on how well we can imagine things.
How well you can articulate those imaginations to others.
Ancient humans competed to see who could best turn their imaginations into wealth, which back then, was needed calories.
Today, that same race is still going on.
If you can come up with the best imagination, and articulate that imagination, and turn that imagination into a real thing, the rewards will be enormous.
You will get a of money.
You will get a lot of social validation.
You will get a lot of sex.
It is now as it was before.
Skill Origin Mystery
I don’t know if that guy specifically practiced how to do that, or if he practiced it.
Either way, that would be a very impressive skill.
To take an imagine out of your brain, and make it real.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.