Monday, June 4, 2018

Slowing Down the Clock of your Mind

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Speeding up time to slow it down...

One of the methods taught in speed reading is showing paragraphs pass by your computer screen at tremendous rates of 10,000 words a minute then down to 5,000, 2,500, 1000, 750, 500, 300, by the time you get to 500 words a minute it seems really slow, and 300 words a minute is like watching paint dry. Appling this simple technique works... try it for yourself. With practice, speed reading can be done by anyone. The average person reads about 200-250 words a minute, with just one week, or less of practice you can increase your reading speed by 100-300 percent with ease.

The Science of Speed 

There are four speeds of time in descending order; the hour, minute, second, millisecond that we utilize in our clock world today.  The hour is the mainstream default time used, and the one I am challenging is out of sync for the 21st century for the Information and Communication age, in effect it's like using 56k modem speed, dial-up to surf the web today, with a computer from 1999. Why would we do that? Well, if we didn't know that FIOS, cable or 4G wi-fi existed then dial-up and that old computer is just fine.

What if we could do the same thing with time itself, hmm... why not? It has worked for me for years and still works for me today... and now you have the chance to experience time the way I have for the last seven years!! Let's start.

There are 1,000,000,000 nanoseconds in a second and 1000 millisecond's in a second, the same time used in the Olympics, in basketball games, and at the highest level of most sporting events in the world today(see traditional millisecond clock below). What I have done using digital flash clocks is set up four speeds of time breaking out the nano and millisecond, leaving seconds, minutes, and hours as they are for demonstration and practice drills below. First, though you have to "clear the mechanism."

How to slow down the clock in your mind
"Clear the Mechanism"

Clearing the mechanism is about letting go of everything that is taking up parking space in your mind. The stuff that stops you from concentrating, being more, robbing you of completing goals, clarity, discipline, energy, and purpose. When you ‘clear the mechanism’, much like a racing horse that wears blinkers, it enables the horse to concentrate, run properly and not get distracted by the noise of the crowd, or other horses running next to them. The blinkers help keep the horse moving forward to the finish line.

Watch this short YouTube clip from the movie "For the Love of The Game", with Kevin Costner.

Being able to "Clear the Mechanism" of your mind allows you to see clearly. You know what you need to do and you how to do it.

Let's begin by slowing down the clock in your mind.

Step 1.  Nanoseconds

Clear your mind now and concentrate on the nanoseconds (100mph) passing by the screen from 999-000 for next twenty seconds...

Your mind is clear—your focus is powerful—and you're concentrating perfectly. 

Let's move on to step 2. to the slower milliseconds (90mph) and see how your brains manage this speed.

Step 2.   Milliseconds

Time now has begun to slow. Concentrate for twenty seconds on the ever slowing movement of the numbers counting up, as perceptional clock-time is now slowing... slowing down even more. 

The once fast milliseconds have been slowed in your mind's eye down to workable and manageable intervals of time... 5,4,3,2,1.

Let's move to step 3. and continue the slow down of time process.

Step 3.   Seconds

Thinking in minutes is the aim here today. The nano, millie, and second clocks are exercises designed to force your brain beyond its current thinking for the 21st century, pushing the envelope even further. Allowing your mind to expand, much like driving a muscle by adding more weight to the bar. 

The EMT and the Day-Trader are two examples of jobs that require living inside the minute clock when life or money can be lost inside seconds. For mainstream America, the hour clock state of mind will be here for a little while. 

Step 4. Minutes 

Look now at the minute flash clock below for sixty seconds, this will test your patience, or you can hold your breath for the long minute. This is all part of the overall brain calibration process of bringing the mind present and slowing down perceptional time. 

Concentrate on the slowness of the time passing by. Focus and stay in the here and now. Any sound you hear in the room around you only allows you to concentrate more deeply on the slowness of the time passing. Breadth in deeply and breadth out...

Your mind is now expanding. You have so much time now. Time is on your side and what you can do with all of it is only limited by the excuses you can conjure up. Time is your ally, your best friend, and not the enemy. 

As the minutes have slowed in your mind's eye, look at the flash clock below, these are how many minutes you have left in this day in time.

That's a lot of TIME!!!!

Relax and enjoy the 1000 minutes of waking time daily you have, and give up the fast-paced Rabbit mentality of most today...

Ok, we are done with nanoseconds, milliseconds, seconds and minutes, now let's look at the hour clock. The hours below are based on the 24-hour clock or military time, the second best clock in our current time system in the world today. Let us move to step four.

Step 5.  Hour

The hour is the basis of the time that our current brain and mind still default too, for at least most of the day. In the morning before work, or the getting the kids off to school, we are all on the minute clock, right? Take a look at the hour flash clock below, and no... you don't have to look at it for sixty minutes but imagine now that you are calibrated to 1440TIME™ how long that would feel? But unfortunately for most, it's just another hour in another day of their live's. 

Hey clown... still thinking by the hour huh...

So there you have it. You have rid yourself of the outdated chronometer from the ancient worlds and have moved to the fiber-optic equivalent of time for the 21st century...

I know you're out there 
I can feel you now
I know that you're afraid
You're afraid of us
You're afraid of change
I don't know the future
I didn't come here to tell you how this is going to end
I came here to tell you how this is going to begin
I'm going to hang up this phone
And then I'm going to show these people what you don't want them to see
I'm going to show them a world without you
A world without standard clock time
A world where anything is possible 
A world where time has value and meaning
Where we go from there is a choice I leave to you

More Time for the smarter mind... 

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