I went to a cool picnic recently.
It was a 1000 year birthday party for this tree.
They had a scientist verify the age with carbon dating.
It was a huge event, lots of food booths, barbecues, tons of alcohol.
It had a kind of spontaneous, pagan kind of theme.
I went to a lecture a long time ago by one of the co-discovers of DNA.
He was talking about the relationship between our neural structure and dreams.
And he used the neuro-matrix theory of memory storage to explain why our dreams are so haphazard and random.
One of the coolest things that was discovered in mathematics recently was fractals.
They were only invented, or discovered, back in the seventies.
They are finite shapes that have infinitely long edges.
The more you zoom in, the more the edges repeat.
The most famous is one called the Mandelbrot set.
Academic Brain Seeding
There is very powerful learning technique from hypnosis.
It involves taking the information from several academic textbooks, and transferring all the information into your mind.
The hardest part is maintaining the proper brainwave state.
You need to meditate down to the theta level, and slowly input the information into your brain, at a rate of about one page per second.
Self Maintained Theta State
It’s a lot harder than it sounds, because you have to separate your consciousness from your body during the information transfer process.
It takes about two hours, for five to ten books.
Then you take two weeks off.
And during those two weeks, this information will be like a seed.
This information will sprout, and grow and multiply.
Lots Of Pre-Existing Knowledge
It will find all the similarly structured information in your mind, and kind of envelop it into your neuro-matrix memory system.
After two weeks of relaxed contemplation, you’ll have this information programmed into your brain at a conversational level.
This means you can input between ten and twenty academic books per month in your brain.
Plato The Hallucinator
What’s really cool about fractals is they prove with the ancient Greek philosophers had postulated.
That nature is imperfect, and can only be perfected in the hallucination of a human brain.
Computer generated fractals, for example, can be infinitely complex.
But you see the same fractal like patterns all over.
A tree trunk turns into a branch.
The branch turns into a smaller branch.
The smaller branch turns into a leaf.
The veins in the leaf gets smaller and smaller.
The same exact structure is in our cardiovascular system.
Molecules Atoms and Quanta
But trees and veins will eventually run into atoms and molecules.
Nature is limited by quantum physics.
But philosophy and mathematics is only limited by infinity.
Something the Greeks knew over two thousand years ago.
We have about 100 billion neurons in our brain.
Our memories require maybe a million neurons, all firing in a matrix.
And a lot of our memories share the same neurons.
So when you have significant overlap between two neuro-matrix memory structures, this will create random stream of thought.
Or a random daydream.
Or a dream at night that wanders around chaotically and haphazardly.
This one guy at the picnic had painted a picture of the tree.
Half the picture was above ground.
The other half was below ground.
They were mirror images of each other.
The branches and the leaves taking energy from the sun.
The root system taking energy from the earth.
Brains Universes and Trees
There were a group of people next to the tree doing Qi Kong.
They were doing a movement where you breathe in.
And take energy from the sun.
And then breathe out, and take in energy from the Earth.
Once And Future Religion
Many pagan religions, like the druids, worshipped trees.
Maybe you can understand why.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.