September 13, 2005

Remembrance

Hey,

This idea was inside Angels and Demons and I think, for all its strangeness, it might just be useful.

Basically, Rather than asking your mind for a solution to a potentially impossible challenge, simply ask your mind to remember the solution. The presupposition that you once knew the answer creates the mindset that it must therefore exist. This eliminates the conception of hopelessness in the situation.

Neat huh. Well I thought so.

Cheers

Daniel


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