The other night I was at this networking event. I find that networking events can be extremely helpful. You have to treat them correctly. You have to operate within them correctly.
If you go to one networking event every month, for example, and you meet five people, you get five business contacts, you get five business cards. At the end of one year you’ll have 60 contacts.
You have to carefully create the interactions. To exchange business cards in a way that they will remember you and you will remember them and if possible you will both remember an element of the environment.
When I was in college I had a trigonometry professor that taught trigonometry to non-scientists and non-mathematicians. Because he knew his audience was non-scientists and non-mathematicians usually he told a lot of very interesting stories surrounding trigonometry.
If you understand trigonometry, you’ll see that trigonometry is everywhere. Even in something as simple as your breathing, which happens all of the time, can be described as a kind of a circular motion and of course all circular motion can be described in trigonometry.
There was a professor who graduated and he was 13 with a PhD in mathematics. He was one of those super genius mathematicians and he immediately got a job right away as a full tenured professor. The reason he got a full tenured professor job right after he got his PhD was because he also started to work with the government.
Super Genius Brain
He was using his super genius brain to work on some advanced computer projects for the government. One of the first projects that he worked on was a brainwave recognition system. This was when they were still struggling with facial recognition technology and fingerprint recognition technology.
They were looking for a way to spend a lot less processor time. To scan through an entire crowd of people in real time and understand who was who. The idea was that each individual human has a unique brainwave signature just like we have a unique face and a unique fingerprint and a unique voice print.
The idea was they could use this huge brainwave measuring device and use it to scan an entire crowd. By using a lot less processor power they could tell who in the crowd was whom. That would cut down a lot of processing power.
Facial Recognition Technology
Because if you think of even a ginormous computer with a very powerful photographic capabilities, you could take a picture of 1 million people and zoom in on each person and see their face with a lot of recognition, that would still take a huge amount of processing power to go through and scan each persons face and then compare that scan to a database of known faces and to be able to pick out somebody from the crowd would still take quite a lot of computer resources.
The idea was they would use this to be much more effective. Of course nothing like this is meant to be just a measuring device and they eventually had this guy trying to figure out ways to implant specific thought patterns not just in individuals but into entire groups. In the research this professor found out that we have two basic thought structures in our mind.
We have thought structures that are related to behaviors. Thought structures that will turn in the actions that will turn into hopefully outcomes.
I’d Like A Sandwich
Like if you’re sitting there watching TV and you imagine you’d like to make a sandwich, you have a thought pattern that represents that sandwich as it might occur in the future. Then you attach that thought pattern to certain collection of behaviors, you use those behaviors to create the sandwich.
Most of our thought patterns are like that. We have a thought about something that doesn’t yet exist. We connect that thought pattern to our behaviors and our behaviors interact with our reality to produce the idea we had in mind.
There is a second type of thought patterns that are based wholly on hallucinations. Ideas that are not connected at all to reality. This is the kind of thought patterns we have when we’re dreaming or when we’re watching superhero movies or when reading comic books based on non-realistic fantasies that break the laws of science.
Custom Made Holodeck
What this scientist did was he started to figure out how to create waking lucid dreams where he would hook himself up to his computer system, it would start to augment his hallucination thought patterns. It was like having a waking lucid dream.
It was like having an actual reality that felt like an actual reality but it was a lucid dream. He could change things in the reality as it happened. He could make stuff float. He had powers of telekinesis. He had powers of pyrokinesis. He had all kinds of telepathic powers and he could essentially do whatever he wanted inside of his own personal Holodeck.
The problem was the more he did this the more he created an unbreakable barrier between his hallucination thought processes and his behavioral-based thought processes.
Because he still had to teach a few classes, he would be in the middle of a lecture on partial differential equations, for example, and he would just stop and freeze. From the students’ perspective he would just stop right in the middle of an equation staring at the half written variable on the chalkboard.
From his perspective, reality would suddenly morph and he was back inside of a wonderful lucid dream where you could blow up people’s brains and have sex with all kinds of supermodels and fly around like Superman.
Eventually he went insane but it took him a long time to figure it out because most of this was happening inside of his head. From everyone else’s perspective he would just suddenly freeze and not talk for minutes at a time. It took them a while to understand what he had been doing on the computer because his brain was so far advanced above everybody else.
Nobody really understand his work, but after he did go insane, after they did have him committed to a mental institution, they used his thought implantation technology. This massive thought implantation technology is up and running in all major cities in the world.
The problem with this thought implantation technology is it’s based on the people that run the system not using it for evil purposes. When you’re walking around in you’re in range of one of these thought transmission broadcasting systems, you have no idea of the thoughts that you are thinking are your thoughts or if the thoughts that you are thinking have been implanted by one of these devices.
So far, they’re only using this to keep people passive. To keep people obedient. To keep people mindlessly walking to and back from work and home and buying things and watching TV and taking all of the pills that the pharmaceutical industrial complex invents every year or so.
Whose Thoughts Are You Thinking?
Theoretically somebody could hijack the system in implant thoughts into people’s brains that would cause an instantaneous revolution. The people that control the system are very small, very secretive and allegedly they have all kinds of safeguards against the system getting a hijack and turning the earth into a massive cannibal party.
When I would go home and do my homework, I would realize that some of the stories that this trigonometry professor had taught during class, I didn’t quite understand. But then when I went home and I did my trigonometry homework I started to understand his metaphors.
I started understand how these applied to the problems that I was doing and it made trigonometry a lot more interesting. It really is true that trigonometry is everywhere. Everywhere you have cycles you’ll find trigonometry and if you understand trigonometry you’ll understand the mathematical components of the cycles that you’ll find everywhere.
Circles Are Everywhere
As this one professor was fond of saying, mathematics is like kung fu for your brain. The more you can enhance your brain kung fu, the better of the time you’ll have in life.
One of the ways you can make sure that you can later remember some of the contacts you made during the network events is to purposely elicit a few things about the person you’re talking to. Purposely share a few interesting tidbits about yourself. Purposely relate to some interesting component about the environment.
If you call any of your contacts six months later you’ll be able say hey remember me, I’m the guy who wanted to do this that and the other thing. You told me about how you want to do this that and the other thing. There was that one weird bartender that had that one memorable trait that we talked about for little bit. Remember me? Of course they’ll remember you.
Plant Memory Seeds
If you think about this, if you’d if you plant memory seeds in your brain today, if you plant memory seeds in the minds of other people today, these seeds will grow into continuous fruit bearing ideas and situations and relationships that will pay you dividends far, far into the future.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.