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Advanced Mind Reading

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Advanced Mind Reading

Brad G. Berman

Copyright 12/22/2015

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Contents

Introduction

1. Where is the mind? (Basic)

2. Where is the mind? (Advanced)

3. What is the mind? (Basic)

4. What is the mind? (Advanced)

5. A computer software analogy

6. How to read the thought stream

7. Data-mining the Mind

8. How the brain reads From the Mind

9. How the brain talks To the Mind

10. Mind reading examples

11. Summary

Appendix

Introduction

Reading your “own” mind is a skill you have been practicing since birth. Within these pages, you will begin to realize you have also been reading the mind of others, as you will discover “the Mind” is a universal resource we all tap into hundreds of times per day. Furthermore, you will be learning where the mind is located, of what the mind is made, and how the brain is connecting into the mind.

Mind reading is all about discriminating between thoughts that are “yours” (Internal) and the thoughts that are not (External). The focus of this book will be about capturing and decoding those “External” threads of thought. In order to begin telling the differences, you will be analyzing the streams of ideas that pass through your consciousness by day and night. Then you will be amazed when you discover that many of your thoughts are not your own, they are coming from other sources. In addition to detecting others’ thoughts, mind reading will also allow you to travel within the mind, to go across time and to mind travel to other places in the space and time (spacetime) domain. You will also discover the huge role that time and timing play in the structure of the mind and how thoughts passing through the brain are being decoded.

Mind reading is an art form that requires a good understanding of where thoughts and dreams come from and how they are constructed. Just knowing where and what the mind is and how it works will greatly facilitate your reading adventures. While some people have dedicated their entire lives to meditation and study of the mind, the ideas within Advanced Mind Reading are presented in a form for those of us who do not have a great deal of extra time. This book is for those of us who are willing to take that time to discover then investigate these subtle features of thought and mind. Your surroundings, thoughts, and experiences are all the tools you will need to become a mind reader.

Who is going to find advanced mind reading an easy task?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Anyone who is able to control their flow of thoughts

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p<>{color:#000;}. Those of us who have a prolific imagination

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p<>{color:#000;}. Those of us who can tell the differences between their personal “Internal” thoughts and the sought-after “External” thoughts

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p<>{color:#000;}. Anyone who is “open-minded”

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p<>{color:#000;}. Anyone who can accept that the mind is everywhere

Finally, the word “mind” will be capitalized now and then in order to give the Mind the respect it has long been due. First, a little teaser:

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p<>{color:#000;}. A prism reveals the spectrum of colors hidden within light, just as the brain reveals all the colors of thought hidden within the Mind

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1. Where is the mind? (Basic)

It has always been taken on faith that mind does indeed exist from the fact that our brain experiences dreams, external thoughts and premonitions, and given that mind is a key ingredient in religion and philosophy. This situation is best stated in the famous saying of Rene Descartes: “I think, therefore I am”.

The definition of Mind can be found in the dictionary as: that feature of the brain we recognize as consciousness. As you will soon discover, the Mind is a lot more than just the properties of awareness and consciousness. It is everywhere, everything has it in common, it belongs to all of us, and it can never be taxed.

The following statements are expressions of the “Occam’s Razor Principle”, or the “Principle of Parsimony” that states: “The simplest solution to a problem is most likely the correct, most natural one”:

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p<>{color:#000;}. The foundation that underlies reality must be very simple, otherwise the universe would have fallen apart billions of years ago

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p<>{color:#000;}. There must be an organizing principle that is configuring reality, otherwise there would be no structure, and nobody here to recognize it

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p<>{color:#000;}. Time, energy, gravity, electromagnetic fields and the mind are invisible; perhaps they are just different aspects of a single property

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p<>{color:#000;}. There is no more obvious place to look for the Mind than in the invisible space that surrounds us

For the sake of simplicity (ignoring dark matter), consider that the universe is around 1% atoms and 99% invisible space. For this reason, it should not be too difficult to figure out where the mind may be hiding. It certainly is not inside the atom, nor is it simply an artifact of the brain.

Time is an essential part of our atomic universe; otherwise, it would be difficult to explain all the changes going on around us. In deference to good old Occam and in order to place the fourth dimension in the scheme of things, consider the entirety of “invisible space” to instead be a structure that contains the entire future and past. Following this logic, we should be able to dispense with our pre-formed concept of “empty space”. Instead, imagine that the material world is swimming around in an invisible ocean of all time.

The fact is, over 100 years ago scientists recognized this situation by renaming “space” to “spacetime”, because they realized that space and time cannot be separated from one another, for the same reason spices cannot be removed from the stew. [1]. Therefore, for the remainder of Advanced Mind Reading, it will be given a temporary new name: “timespace”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. “Timespace” is the volume of all time that has ever been and ever will be, existing as an invisible structure in which the brain is immersed

By current definition, Mind is the source of our streams of thought, being played out in time. Thus, timespace is most likely the hiding place of the Mind, flowing through the brain like light through a prism, like air through a gigantic pipe organ, or as if a wind gently blowing through trillions of wind chimes, thus resulting in our conscious thoughts.

In conclusion, where is the Mind?

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p<>{color:#000;}. It lies hidden in invisible space, not in the material atoms of the brain

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p<>{color:#000;}. Space is coiled-up time that has herein been named “timespace”

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p<>{color:#000;}. Timespace and the mind are exactly the same thing

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p<>{color:#000;}. We are infused into the Mind, like a bag of tea in hot water

Some points to ponder later on:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Energy can neither be created nor destroyed, it only changes form

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p<>{color:#000;}. Time underlies the changing forms of energy, thus:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Time can neither be created nor destroyed, it is conserved

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p<>{color:#000;}. Time can neither be created nor destroyed, it only changes form

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mind can neither be created nor destroyed, it only changes form

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p<>{color:#000;}. Timespace Mind is comprised of the two components of light waves

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p<>{color:#000;}. Any attempt to move out of your timeline results in the force of inertia

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2. Where is the mind? (Advanced)

Transmitting and receiving coded messages does not require sending the entire library of codes if both ends of the conversation already have them at hand. Hieroglyphics, smoke signals, Morse code, sign language and the symbols of music allow you to send and receive ideas with one gesture or token if both parties have a full understanding of all the symbols. In the modern world, this is like forwarding the name of a web site, instead of the entire content of that site. As you become an Advanced Mind Reader, you will learn that the Mind is just such a library, comprised of an invisible time structure that occupies the entire universe. You will also realize that when you think, you are accessing this invisible structure. Perhaps, if you are lucky, you will catch a glimpse of the geometry of the mind, in the form of a paisley phantasm of gears that sometimes coalesce into colorful live dreams.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The entire library of the Mind is everywhere and it is available to all things in existence. It is an intricate invisible structure of “timespace”.

The universe does not speak to us in English, Spanish or Chinese, it communicates by example. It speaks to us in silent metaphor with mental cues that are constantly pointing into and out of the corridors of the Mind. Thus, the key to Mind reading is learning how to tell the difference between your Internal bio-thoughts, ego-thoughts, and urges versus the few important External thoughts that pass through during our day and night dreams. Therefore, you will be learning how to take control of your daydreams, then to search your stream of incoming thoughts for External content.

The mind is both a shared and a personal resource, it is right here in front and inside us at all times and we are in intimate contact with it throughout our lives and beyond. It brings us comfort in our memories and fear in our nightmares. As will be explained in later chapters, the mind is embedded within this invisible active time structure of the timespace that flows around and inside us, and the brain is our “Mind detector” interface. You will learn to filter and classify types of thought with the help of this new definition of Mind.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The same current that is assembling life forms from out of atoms is also flowing through our brain, providing our streams of thought

The creativeness of Mind is emanating from out of every tiny atom in timespace, revealing the stream of time we call the “4th dimension”. As the wind of time flows through our world, it keeps atoms spinning while at the same time it is assembling life forms. Thus, even life forms are forms of thought. As time washes through our brain, it leaves our thoughts in its wake, while the pressure of timespace, the force and presence of the Mind, can be felt as gravity. Gravity is the Mind, “becoming” the material world.

Look around you. The Mind is what is organizing and motivating atoms into all the forms we see. Perhaps you are seeing tree patterns, flower patterns, or people and animal patterns. All these life forms seem to be radiating from out of nothingness through tiny little holes in space, utilizing the raw material we call atoms. The invisible forces and fields within space that control the behaviors of these atoms reveal themselves as gravity, magnetic fields, electric fields, and in the structure of all the physical objects of the universe.

Timespace is not simply an empty, invisible vacuum; it has a very high information and potential energy density that can neither be created nor destroyed, but is constantly being enhanced with new information. We alter the mind every day when we move something or activate a thought. The mind is also being modified at each moment by the constantly changing gravity-point background of the stars we see in the nighttime sky. [2]

Where is the Mind?

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p<>{color:#000;}. The Mind is seen everywhere in all the faces of creation, in the forces of nature and in the thoughts that pass through the brain

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p<>{color:#000;}. The Mind resides in the static and dynamic structure of time

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p<>{color:#000;}. The mind resonates atoms, forming and casting forth the continuous “present”

Imagine bread dough being mixed within a large commercial mixer as food coloring is being added. Watch as the color is folded into the mix, then as it quickly tints the entire batch. It is the same way our 3-dimensional world of atoms is continuously presenting itself as the forms that appear upon the invisible surface of the present. The invisible “Mind” continuously displays itself as the present, just as a slowly turning diamond reflects a new facet. Thus, our physical and thought world is continuously flowing from out of this invisible time-mind structure, exposing to all of us an eternity of wonders and thoughts from within its infinity.

Information is continuously radiating from out of the invisible, passing through everything, including the brain. Just as a thermometer immersed in water is reading temperature, our brain, immersed in this roiling ocean of thought, is thinking. The brain is just like a prism placed in natural light, displaying a rainbow of thoughts hidden within. Perhaps mind is also the source of ghosts, flying saucers and other materializations, as these things also appear from out of “empty space” from time to time.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Why is the timespace mind invisible?

We already know timespace has the properties of gravity, magnetism, inertia, and potential energy, those invisible things that serve as the interfaces between the spirit and material worlds, the things that hold us in place and keep us from flying apart, but why are they invisible? One answer could be that everything is spread out by time, just as an old movie is unreeled, projected upon a screen, then re-reeled upon the spool. Thus, if we could see all time and places at the same time, we would not be able to see “now”. There would be just too much going on, like being inside a large, loud auditorium. We are lucky we are only able to see now, and that all the other times and places lie hidden away, folded within the invisible. Another possible reason timespace is “invisible and seemingly empty” is because it is comprised of vibrating equals and opposites of everything, and because they are equal and opposite, they cancel one another out until they are activated into our “present” (search: standing waves). Through a process of “strobing”, the future and past structure comprising the mind is continuously revealing the present through little holes known as atoms. What is it that is strobing timespace, thus revealing a continuously changing “present”? Perhaps the role the brain plays in the scheme of things is to strobe and decode all the wonders of the universe. Perhaps all the atoms of the universe are in resonance with the time structure, probing it for what is going to happen next.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The invisible spinning blades of a fan can be revealed, or “frozen in time”, by pointing a strobe light at them.

The point of all this is to make clear that the Mind is not at all invisible. Besides acting as our “sixth sense”, the mind is comprised of a plenum of extremely dense information in the form of potential energy levels that plays out as “time”. Just imagine: in our daily lives, we are only seeing one slice of space and time at one time, one surface of folded dough, one blade of the spinning fan, thus making it comprehensible, yet the brain is capable of accessing ALL of the Mind “in parallel”, just by thinking into and across time during our dreams and musings. Perhaps in this way, the brain is “strobing” the mind in order to reveal the invisible thoughts hidden within.

There are many physical clues that reveal the invisible mind. For example, if you attempt to move outside the “script” of the present, you will feel the force of inertia trying to pull you back into line. Below are a just few of the many things that are revealing the hidden Mind:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Gravity and inertia

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p<>{color:#000;}. Magnetic and electric fields, seen as photons of light, lightening, or iron filings placed near a magnet

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p<>{color:#000;}. Morphogenesis: the growth of snow flakes and life forms being continuously recycled from out of simple atoms

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p<>{color:#000;}. The processes of thinking, dreaming, and having emotions

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p<>{color:#000;}. The paisley phantasm of tiny swirling gears and colors that can be seen in the mind’s eye under special circumstances

Timespace mind also has a logical structure in the same way software is structured, or like the standing waves of electrons within the atom, a structure that keeps atoms and the universe from collapsing into nothingness.

Timespace structure’s energy levels can also be imagined by using many physical analogies: looking like the isobars on a weather map, the rings of a tree, the skins of an onion, a ball of steel wool, as well as the electron shells within the atom. Perhaps the layers of the timespace structure are being kept separated just as radio stations are separated and spread out along the frequency spectrum, or the same way all those TV channels can be sent through one single cable wire, or the way we can access all that information from out of the Internet. Perhaps it is in this way that our world of thoughts and memories are embedded in the invisible space that infuses the entire universe. Perhaps our personal “soul” is occupying just one of the infinite number of possible channels within the mind. We shall be looking into these and other questions.

Summary and comments:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Where is the Mind? It is all around and within us

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p<>{color:#000;}. Space is the folded-up volume of all time: past and future

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p<>{color:#000;}. The timespace structure animates atoms into becoming life forms

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p<>{color:#000;}. The “Mind” IS this invisible timespace structure

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p<>{color:#000;}. Space = the volume and structure of all time = timespace = the Mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. The forces of nature and the thoughts of the brain reveal the timespace structure

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p<>{color:#000;}. The timespace structure is alive with intelligence; it plays out as a river of time as it flows thoughts through the brain, and we call it consciousness

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p<>{color:#000;}. Timespace has an infinite I.Q.

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p<>{color:#000;}. We can argue whether the mind is material or spirit, but both are aspects of the Mind, as the mind is 1% material and 99% spirit.

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3. What is the mind? (Basic)

The simplest possible dictionary explanation of Mind: Mind is our sense of consciousness. However, this description is not good enough. Our main objective herein is to learn how to read the Mind by having the wisdom of knowing what it really is, thus making it easier to read “the mind”. Therefore, just as nuclear physicists seek the most basic elements of the material universe, we will be examining the simplest possible fundamental elements that underlie the Mind. As a bonus, it should be possible, while reading the mind, to cross to anywhere in time within the mind and to have memories of both the past and the future.

Everything that is happening in the material world is like a movie that is continuously being broadcast from out of this stream of consciousness we call Mind. Consequently, we have in front of us a continuous sequential atomic "readout" of what is happening inside the invisible timespace world. The material world cannot exist without Mind; they are two faces upon the same coin; they are the 1% Yin and 99% Yang of reality. Mind controls Matter. Matter is thus held in place unless we push upon it, then we feel the pushback of inertia. If we move an object, we are very subtly, almost immeasurably, modifying the Mind through our actions. However, the mind is also pushing back. Gravity is just such a disturbance, the "becoming" of matter from out of mind. Atoms are right in the middle of the current of time, thus upsetting the smooth, omni-directional flow of timespace, resulting in the inertial force of gravity.

It takes a deep curiosity and drive to learn to discriminate between all the different facets of thought. It will be an amazing, life-changing epiphany the moment you suddenly realize that all forms of your thoughts (memories, dreams, daydreams, original ideas, others’ thoughts and all the features of time) emanate from out of the same source: the timespace Mind. If you are one who believes each of us carries around our own copy of all possible thoughts within the structure of our neuron brain and when we die our thoughts disappear, you may want to reconsider. The mind obviously still exists without our brain, yet for some reason, the Mind needs a brain for its validation (this is probably one reason for our existence).

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p<>{color:#000;}. Parallel universes all exist right now in the structure of the Mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. All parallel universes are available to the brain as thoughts

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p<>{color:#000;}. Everything that can happen is already happening in the mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. Everything has already happened

In addition to what is now going on in the present, the mind contains all un-expressed but potential “parallel universes” that are now available to our brain as thoughts and dreams. Everything that can possibly happen is already happening right now inside the structure of the mind. All the possible versions of reality are now available and as if a public library, can be checked out. We can modify the readout of the future by making changes in the present, but that takes energy. The simple mechanism that is determining which version of reality is playing right now will be described in a later chapter. [2]

Long ago, it would have been helpful to know how to train for this aspect of our lives, as all the tools and interfaces are already installed in our brain, but for some reason the education systems are teaching us more about outer space than inner space. Thus, it is up to each of us to discover the more important aspects of the mental world.

To be successful at reading the mind, it is important that you, the mind reader, understand the physics of the mind; you need to know what it is and how it all works before you can make it work for you. Thus, by knowing how the process of thinking works, you will find it easier to detect the threads of thought being used by others, as thoughts are just like the “threads” of instructions that execute within software.

What is the Mind?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mind IS the sixth sense: sight, smell, touch, taste, hearing, thought

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p<>{color:#000;}. All six senses are available above the neck

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p<>{color:#000;}. The mind is a time structure that makes up the invisible volume of timespace, a free resource that lies hidden in the “empty vacuum” that surrounds and infuses into everything

The universe is recycling and reshuffling the same atoms, those permanent pinpoint holes that occupy 1% of timespace. Often the outcome is in the form of reruns, as history seems to repeat itself, while life continuously gushes forth from out of this invisible information structure.

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4. What is the mind? (Advanced)

Humans have always been curious about how things work and where we come from, consequently there are many historical and contemporary synonyms describing “the Mind”: The Soul, Spirit, the Cause, The force of form, and The Akashic records to name a few. Then there are the philosophies of Idealism (the entire universe is a mental organism), Temporal Monism (timespace is a “Time structure” and “Time” is all that is required to describe everything that is happening) and materialism (the material world is all that exists, WYSIWYG). There are also countless religious names and references, going clear back to the first written and cave-drawn recordings of the human race.

The people of ancient civilizations were accomplished students of the Mind; it was their only connection to permanence, as they noticed everything else seemed to disintegrate with time, but the mind lived on. Etched into ancient wall carvings, it is likely that “birds” and “birdmen” were iconic references to the abstract concept of “thoughts” or more generally signified the “Mind” and all its fleeting facets, including “flying dreams”. The feathered serpent may have referred to the “hissing” sound originating from within the center of the brain, a result of thoughts being decoded within the trillions of our neurons.

In the past, it was all too obvious that the brain was the organ of thought, so the religious leaders of tribes of old would ingest certain herbs in order to allow themselves to be fully under the control of the mind. Yet, in the modern world, the mind is rarely given much importance, except for occasional stories about “imaginary friends”, crop circles, ghosts, and UFOs. Unfortunately, our electronic “devices” have taken the place of thoughtful reflection, serving to shut down our connection to the mind. Yet ironically, the Internet is a good analog to the library of the mind.

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p<>{color:#000;}. “Internal” vs. “External” thoughts

The mind is both active (it is providing to us our “External” random dreams during sleep and daydreams) and it is at the same time passive (we go out and seek information from out of its infinite library). “Internal” thoughts are those that our body initiates, and are often related to some biological or personal ego requirement. “External” thoughts are the ones that visit us in our night dreams and amuse us in our daydreams.

External thoughts do not arise from out of our own biological needs; they come from the universal Mind, the library of all knowledge. Thus, during our dreams we will discover “other people’s” thoughts, the thoughts of “those who have passed on” and hints of future events being activated in our External thoughts. Can you tell the difference between “your” Internal thoughts and the External thoughts coming from out of “the mind”? Stated another way: Internal thoughts are the ones our body needs; External thoughts are the ones that we receive from outside. We are also activating External thoughts by “probing” or “strobing” the Mind in a way to be discussed later. The advanced mind reader will learn to open, and then control the daydream stream of thought in order to discover and decode the External thoughts hiding within this river of information.

Like software or anything that is organized, there are hierarchical structures in the mind. In a company, there are organizational charts, from the company owner down to the CEO to the department managers to the workers to the most important person, the mailroom clerk. In the military, there is the “chain of command”, and in societies, there are “pecking orders”, not to mention huge government bureaucracies. All these are comprised of super-structures, structures, sub-structures and the working stiff. Software Engineers know all about this, as software may be one of the most structured of man-made systems.

Here is a hierarchy of the structure of the mind:

Thread – The smallest atom of a thought sequence

Thought – comprised of two or more threads, an “idea”

Story – comprised of many various and diverse lines of thought

Anthology – a collection of stories

Library – a total coverage of a subject, a complete human ethical structure, often described in religion, philosophy, psychology or the sciences, the sum of all time within the Mind

The mind is the largest structured set in existence. It comprises the universal mind and the spirits and souls of all humankind, as well as the entire future and past. Within are the substructures defining the laws of physics, controlling how atoms and molecules metamorphize into human and other life forms, how atoms work, and all the forces of nature. Many structures involve the organizations and ethics of societies, including the rules that govern the behaviors of beehives, ant colonies, and the human race with all its diverse social makeups. The mind structure also contains the templates for everything with which we interact: religion, philosophy, laws of nature and mathematics, all possible thoughts, common sense, instincts, all past events and future possibilities (so called parallel universes), all living things as well as the processes of life and growth (morphogenesis), and ultimately, everything else. All of these are common structures, being experienced by all individuals, such that some people have prior life experiences, and then there are savants who show amazing abilities without having any rote experience. Yet, as of today, the materialist sciences teach that all these occurrences somehow arise from out of some intelligent feature hidden within the lowly atom.

Motion (vibration) of the bands and swirls of the timespace mind structure results in “the passage of time”, the changes we see around us. It is this structure that comprises the storage of ALL time, and all experiences, from beginning to end. It contains and maintains all our futures and pasts; it is what we access for our knowledge, it is the source of our thoughts, personalities and our soul. The “onionskin layers” of the mind structure also keep timespace from collapsing back into a single point for the same reason electron shells hold the atom from collapsing. The slowly changing printout of the structure of the mind is called the passage of time, resulting in life forms, External thoughts, and all physical reality. Again, the universe does not speak to us in English, Spanish or Chinese, it teaches by example, speaking in silent metaphor. We must learn to interpret all the examples set forth in the material world and in our night and day dreams.

Novel ideas are new connections the brain forms between existing thoughts, by creating a personal bond between the tiny energy bands comprising the mind. It is just like when two soap bubbles touch, then combine to become one larger soap bubble. This is one of the essential activities of the brain, gathering thoughts and making new correlations between existing thoughts to enlarge our personal connection into the mind. As these new memories become re-incorporated into the mind, they become accessible to all brains as a new thought. It is sort of like the evolution of a new fad. Everything we do, and every thought we touch becomes a new or modified connection to the storage in the mind. The brain forms new connections to allow re-entry into the library of things that have happened, and we call it our memories. In software parlance: the brain is continuously creating new “pointers” into our common memory.

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p<>{color:#000;}. New neural connections in the brain are “re-entry points” into the mind, and we call it “memory”

Thoughts happen TO us during sleep, but while awake, we seek them out, activate them, and then try to understand the answers provided. During sleep, thoughts seem random and uncontrolled; while we are awake, thoughts seem to be under our control and are often required for the maintenance of our daily activities and upkeep of the body. Those random streams of thought we call dreams are both entertaining and sometimes frightening but during the waking hours, the mind is an infinite library we continuously access in order to fulfill our personal needs.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thoughts flow through the brain as small “threads” of an idea that we compile together into complete ideas

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p<>{color:#000;}. Threads come in many forms: visual still pictures, visual movie clips both slow motion or extremely rapid. They can appear as sounds, “voices”, smells and sometimes a “touch” or a hunch

It may be helpful at this time for you to perform a quick search on the following: “Thread (computing)”. In the online description, you will discover that a “thread” of software is often connected to the computer’s hardware like the disc drive or inputs from the keyboard. Our human threads often connect into our six senses.

Threads of thought are those little fragments of consciousness that keep us busy in thought all day and visit us in our evening dreams. Thoughts are short stories comprised of linked threads that belong to all of us, regardless of language or ethnicity. Threads are universal community property, expressed as “common sense”, “common knowledge” or “lore”. [4]

Up to now, the advanced mind reader knows that the mind is a resource shared by all, that our brain is immersed within it at all times and it is comprised of an invisible time structure we herein call timespace. Its presence can be felt as the forces and fields of nature, especially in the transitional gradient of gravity. Therefore, What is the Mind?

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p<>{color:#000;}. The mind is a non-material structure of pure information that infuses everything

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p<>{color:#000;}. The mind is pure spirit; it reveals itself by shining out into our material world through the little holes we call atoms

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p<>{color:#000;}. The timespace mind comprises at least 99% of the universe

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p<>{color:#000;}. Just as a prism displays colors hidden in natural light, the brain is a Mind structure detector, a temporal diffraction grating

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p<>{color:#000;}. Reading someone else’s mind is no different than reading your own

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p<>{color:#000;}. Trees, flowers, humans, precious gems and snowflakes are also types of thought forms, manifestations from out of the mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. The material world is a readout that provides glimpses of what lies hidden within the Mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mind is an invisible timespace structure comprised of an infinite standing wave of the two components of light

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p<>{color:#000;}. The thought stream is the current of the time structure, the passage of time, the stream of consciousness through the brain, the “becoming of mind into matter” we experience as gravity

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p<>{color:#000;}. When we die, we discover we are still here

A description of the mind would not be complete without mention of “Standing Waves”, because the Mind IS a universal standing wave:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Standing waves are those little ripples on the surface of coffee in a cup that is sitting upon a vibrating surface

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p<>{color:#000;}. Energy that is trapped inside something forms into standing waves. As the waves bounce all around, they cancel and reinforce, piling up in some places, invisible in others

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p<>{color:#000;}. The structure of timespace is comprised of a single, universal, invisible, infinite standing wave, comprised of the two simple properties of light

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p<>{color:#000;}. The entirety of timespace is ringing like a bell, resulting in one infinite standing wave. Atoms exist where the “peaks” of the timespace structure occur and form up into the objects we see around us. Gravity is where the “troughs” of these standing wave atoms exist, a gradient where timespace is on the verge of “becoming” matter

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p<>{color:#000;}. The universal standing wave can be “seen” as a phantasm of gears all meshing and turning in a play of paisley color

By now, a few of you may have realized what mind reading is, how to do it, and where it really is coming from. This next little secret has been closely held until now so that you will have first labored through all the theory of mind. The secret is:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mind reading is exactly the same thing as memory recall and precognition

Past threads have the same properties as future threads. It matters not that a thread is of the past or future, since history and events can and do often repeat. The Mind time structure could just as well be called the “futurepast”.

First, a note about the past-present-future sequence: there is no “exact present” anywhere, anytime. What you see in front of you is an amalgamation of events that have just happened. Ask yourself: how thick is the present? Is it a nanosecond, five seconds, or is everything just a total enduring present? The answer is, none of the above. Everyone is living within his or her own “time bubble” about a mere nanosecond in duration. Therefore, the answer is:

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p<>{color:#000;}. All you see around you is a various mixture of pasts that have exuded from out of the Mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. Every mind reading transaction is of a future event or a memory, it either has not yet happened, and by the time it does, is then in the immediate past as a memory

Now you may be thinking: “Wait a minute! How can we possibly know the future when it hasn’t yet happened? Predestination, hence precognition is impossible!” The truth is everything that is going to happen a mere billionth of a second from now is perfectly predestined, and in fact has already just now happened. But don’t worry, events that are further away into the future are less and less predestined, out where events are still gelling and flexible, awaiting “all the gears of time” to come together into this phantasm we have always called “the present”. Things in the future are being changed by things and thoughts that are happening right now.

This next simple exercise will allow you to prove precognition to yourself:

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p<>{color:#000;}. The Parallel Channel exercise

This simple little routine will blow your mind, and it is a good proof to the above bold statements. It is called the “parallel channel” method of monitoring your thoughts and it is very useful for experiencing precognition. When you are successful, you will begin to realize you are having precognitive experiences all day long! [3]. It goes like this:

While you are daydreaming, reading, or studying, turn on a talk radio or TV in the background, and have the volume up just high enough to hear all the words, but not so loud that it is distracting. Make sure you are not listening to a re-run, as it must be real-time, brand new verbal information. Next, start reading, writing or daydreaming while at the same listening, and you will be amazed how often a word or concept comes into your consciousness just a second or so before it is mentioned on the radio or TV sound stream. This is not simply a lapse of memory, a psychological brain anomaly, or simple statistical coincidence, but a real occurrence, but similar to a deja vu. This “parallel stream” exercise can easily be utilized to prove and improve upon your ability to capture External threads. If it doesn’t work the first time, keep trying. It usually happens after a few minutes, and then you will begin to notice it more often. If you think this phenomenon is a result of a statistical anomaly, just wait until you start coming across rare words in the thought stream, words that rarely come up in normal conversation. Perhaps this exercise is a demonstration of the “synchronicity” phenomena that was one of the highlights of Carl Jung’s writings.

Now we can drill down into what the Mind is comprised of, condensed into one single simple paragraph.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The structure of time is comprised of a single, universal, invisible, infinite standing wave, comprised of the two simple properties of light: permittivity and permeability. It is this feature of the invisible spirit that we call the Mind.

The same components that carry electric and magnetic fields, the Permittivity and Permeability (PxP) of “empty space” are routinely measured with laboratory instruments. These components, described as the “electric and magnetic density of timespace” comprise the structure of the mind. These components also are what allow the brain to connect directly into the mind, allowing us to think new thoughts (see chapter 8). They also connect into all living things, providing for the explosive morphogenesis of all life forms, and they are the two components of light.

Next, we will look at a computer software analogy in order to better understand the architecture of the mind.

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5. A computer software analogy

We sometimes use simple analogies as a quick way to relate something new to something we already know. For this reason, computer software is going to be compared to how thoughts work, but it should not be tempting to think of the universe as a gigantic computer program, as that would obviously over-trivialize the way reality works. Rather, think of software as an aspect of reality that humans have copied in order to enhance our lives.

Computer software programs have many things in common with the hidden workings of thinking. The reason for this is obvious: software is written to enhance and aid in the tasks a human would normally carry out, consequently, software imitates the logical processes of thoughtful actions. Therefore, software structure is an excellent model for understanding the mechanics of thought, as most of the experience has been gained through millions of hours of software development. (By now, you will have researched software threads in “thread (computing)”).

A software program is like explaining a daily routine, like: sleeping, waking up, eating, driving to work, working a day, then sleeping, etc. The universe also has software programs that can be found embedded in the laws of physics, logic and mathematics, in societies of insects and humans and in complete life cycles of living things. A typical software routine may go like this:

Startup:

Both software and the universe require a startup phase. The universe was bootstrapped by the “big bang” and software has an “Init” or “reboot” phase.

Menu:

Software has a Menu of options, a place where the software waits for something to happen, just as the universe exercises its options in the “present”. Most computer programs revolve around a menu of options from which we choose in order to carry out certain tasks. Thus, most software simply consists of a main menu of choices that point to subroutines that carry out the desired tasks, then central control returns to the menu, awaiting the next choice.

Subroutines:

Subroutines are the taskmasters, comprised of collections of threads. Threads are the little sub-units, the “task atoms” that do all the work throughout an entire software package. A subroutine’s threads may have the same structure, yet carry different information each time, in the way a dozen or so hand calculators with the same chips inside are crunching different numbers. Subroutines carry out high-level actions by supervising the threads it contains. A subroutine task may be like: “add up all the numbers in a spread sheet column, then place the result in another box”. Short threads then carry out the task as very fast sequences that we once did with a calculator. Complete thoughts are like subroutines.

Threads:

A software thread is an intelligent string of logic and math operations that can do just about anything the hardware is capable of doing. Threads are able to talk directly to the hardware (perhaps a printer, or in our bodies, maybe our brain, our eyes, hands or feet). Perhaps a thread will read numbers from a keyboard or file, another one will sort them, then spit out an answer and go back for more. A thread may move a robot arm or perhaps measure the temperature of water. A human thread could be an automatic sequence of logic that runs the muscles in our heart in order to pump blood (It’s a good thing we don’t have to consciously do that 24 hours a day). A number of threads may be running simultaneously within a subroutine. In our culture we have been referring to a sequence of mental threads by the use of words like “train of thought”, “line of thinking”, “what an idea”, “consciousness”, “daydream”, “hold that thought”, “I was just thinking..”, “I forgot what I was about to do” and on and on.

An “idea” is like a software “thread”, a tiny piece of a thought that has a permanent existence in timespace’s mind structure. Ideas are a part of the infinity of timespace threads that we all share in common. Everyone’s brain accesses these from out of the universal timespace mind. In software parlance, we may call this “common memory”. Most timespace threads are lying dormant or may never be put to use. There were at one time active dinosaur programs, subroutines and threads here on earth.

One other similarity between thinking and software is that both utilize “foreground” and “background” processes. Our brain can only entertain one foreground point of attention at a time, but utilize countless background processes we call the “subconscious” mind.

There are standard program prototypes for all the species of the earth as well as throughout the universe. These are used for entire behavior systems, for anthills, beehives, and on upwards to provide the laws of nature, mathematical rules, and organizational guidelines for governmental and religious organizations. Then there are the threads expressed as rules of logic, syntax and structure of languages, and on and on. Atoms are like threads, in that they can be built into larger and larger routines we recognize as molecules, DNA, upwards to living beings.

Active mind threads are in use by living, sentient people but are no different from the unique memories of the dearly departed that we can also access. Then there are zombie subroutines we call ghosts, that can be activated or remain activated in the right place and time. These actually exist but are so rare that most people do not believe in them.

Some more observations of threads:

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p<>{color:#000;}. A thread is a short sequence inside the Mind that the brain can access and activate

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p<>{color:#000;}. Threads are permanent timespace structures that have always existed throughout the universe, throughout all time

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p<>{color:#000;}. Threads are sharable by everyone, like a common memory

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p<>{color:#000;}. There are survival threads in use by animals and humans, like hunger, self-defense, stealth, etc.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Threads are pieces of trains of thought, like a groove in a record, a ring in a tree

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p<>{color:#000;}. You can often remember where you were when you experienced a thread or heard a song

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p<>{color:#000;}. Music imitates consciousness, with phrases, themes and repeats

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p<>{color:#000;}. Threads are personal as well as global (common sense), some threads lead to a dead end (paradoxes), but most are very short

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p<>{color:#000;}. Some people re-run a thread in a loop, as in obsessive thinking

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p<>{color:#000;}. There are dinosaur threads still in existence, but no dinosaurs to actualize them (except for birds and lizards)

The empty-looking timespace surrounding us contains the operating system for the universe. Threads are tiny sequences of state transitions within the onion-like structure of timespace. Transitions are between “states of existence” and are the act of switching between tiny “parallel universes” of reality. If you drop a thread (like a stitch) and lose your train of thought, you can just go back to the physical location where you began an idea, and there it is. Then you can re-enter that thread, because threads are somehow tied to physical locations. This list of experiences is endless.

Now it is time to begin purposeful reading of the stream of threads so we can begin to distinguish between Internal and External threads where the advanced mind reading resides.

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6. How to read the thought stream

Thinking is a process initiated BY the brain, yet none of our thoughts is OF the brain. Rather, thoughts are the features embedded in our surrounding invisible structure of Mind where the “real you” exists. Thought corridors within the Mind contain rooms of personalized memories attached to each of us. Perhaps you may recognize these as your personal soul, depending upon your belief system. Within the mind is a recording of all the activities you have performed up until now; it is a permanent record of your time line. The brain grows neural pathways that serve as mental “re-entry” pointers back into the mind. (Note: if you are following the “wrong” path in life, a path proven to lead to one’s destruction, you must put forth some energy to overcome the inertia of your ways. You must “pick the needle off the record, and place it into another groove”).

If you were going to build something, you would first go to your computer, go to a search engine on your home page, then enter a query “tag” or keyword, then out returns the information. Accessing the mind requires a “probe” or a catalyst, that is, there must be a starting focal point, sort of like a web search. If we desire information, we must create a “seed” thought, a type of keyword that we use to access the mind. This is performed in step 4.

As a short preview, here is a very condensed version of the 4-step process of thought acquisition:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Step 1. Open and clear your thought channel

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p<>{color:#000;}. Step 2. Enter “Controlled Daydreaming” mode

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p<>{color:#000;}. Step 3. Capture and analyze for External thoughts

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p<>{color:#000;}. Step 4. Re-probe the mind with each External

You can hear the brain detecting the time structure. It sounds like a gentle hissing sound inside the center of your head, not to be mistaken for “Tinnitus” of the ears. When your brain taps a thought structure during thinking, it “jiggles” that thought structure and other people can sense this motion. Thought structures are a shared common resource and others can sense your probing as: “I was just thinking the same thing” or “I know just what you are thinking”. You can also sometimes “sense” someone’s presence when you enter a dark room.

Simultaneous identical thoughts by two people (during telepathy) are coincidences derived from out of the time structure. Because we are all immersed in the same mind, it allows for the possibility of identical experiences, a time sequence in one brain and others, forming the same picture in each at the same time. Animals instinctively use these phenomena as part of their cohesion and survival strategies and identical twins often have simultaneous thoughts because of the close similarities in their brain construction and thought habits.

You may begin to realize that you can “peek into other people’s thoughts” in the same way you are “peeking into your own thoughts”, when you realize that all thoughts are arising from out of the same mind plenum. Telepathy is not a “transmitted thought between two people”; it is a situation that occurs when two people enter the same corridor of the mind at the same time.

Before becoming involved with the simple four-step thread reading routine, it is probably a good idea at this time to review and update some terms:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mind: the entire invisible time structure of timespace that contains everything the universe needs in order to operate

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thread: the smallest atom of a thought

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p<>{color:#000;}. Internal thread: a piece of a thought personal to you, required for the maintenance of your body and ego, but still a part of the universal mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. External thread: a thread coming from out of the universal mind, available to everyone. Other people’s threads are External to you. A new idea or a new inspiration is External until your brain creates a neural re-entry pointer into that thread

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p<>{color:#000;}. Seed thread: an “Open Sesame”, that will allow you to access a stream of threads from out of the mind’s library. It is a thread we use to prime the pump, to access the mind in order to trigger more thoughts that are External. It is a focal point of meditation as well as a “database query”. When we are “trying to come up with an idea”, we are utilizing seed threads

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thoughts: assembled collections of threads having a common subject matter. Thoughts are like software subroutines, used to complete a coherent task

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thought stream: the stream of our continuous bi-directional flow of consciousness, containing a mixture of both Internal and External threads

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p<>{color:#000;}. Empty stream buffer: your thought stream channel, emptied to allow External threads to enter through controlled daydreaming

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p<>{color:#000;}. Controlled Daydreaming: The key to mind reading. The intentional monitoring of incoming threads, requiring the dreamer to stand upon the threshold of sleep without dozing off

The brain utilizes a protective mechanism, like the security software that protects your computer. It must be reckoned with first:

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p<>{color:#000;}. The “rationalizer”

The subconscious (background) brain must be able to report to the conscious (foreground) brain in order for you to become an advanced mind reader. One problem is that the brain has a filter herein called a “rationalizer”. It is active while we are awake, preventing us from having “day nightmares”. Its job is to sort and categorize real-time thoughts as they flow in. Because it is designed to protect us from being overwhelmed by too much thread traffic, most of your threads don’t even reach a high awareness level unless you are an incessant daydreamer. The rationalizer places various filters around the incoming data, thus protecting our fragile self-image from the raw data coming into our 6th sense. It is like ego armor that prevents us from being sensitive to outside thought. You have probably seen someone who has a fever and is in a condition of delirium or an elderly person who is slowly losing his or her mental capabilities. Their rationalizer is inactive.

The rationalizer must be temporarily overridden in order for us to successfully read outside our area of the mind. Thus, to connect to threads that are not already part of our personal collection, we must turn it off. This will shut off any personal biases and feelings but will also leave us open to mental viruses, so caution is advised. These resets are basic but absolute requirements, as any mind reader will tell you. You must make your brain available to the raw data in order to access outside threads.

One easy way to de-activate the rationalizer is to use methods of yoga. The simplest way is to just know it exists by identifying its properties. There are dozens of books written on the subject of opening and clearing the thought stream. Briefly, you must go to a quiet place, temporarily squelch your ego, recognize and ignore pre-conceived notions, then relax into a half-sleep mode utilizing edge-of-sleep daydreaming, without falling in.

With the rationalizer off, you will notice how much richer the unedited threads become. Sometimes unedited thoughts are nightmarish. Most all are full of symbolism, as the mind does not speak in any language, rather it communicates through pictures and play-acting. It is a system somewhat like “brain storming”, where all thoughts are allowed in, but must be sorted for Internal or External value.

You can test to see if you are successful by staring out a window or looking around your surroundings, then by observing your thoughts you can see if you are “naming things”. Naming is one function of the rationalizer and one test to see if it is on or off. Language is one of the advantages we have over the animal kingdom, yet it is also one burden we carry that can close off our direct access to the mind. When naming is turned off, the rationalizer is off.

As relentlessly mentioned before, the mind is an invisible structure of time that makes up all the volume of timespace. Your head is immersed in it like a thermometer bulb in warm water. We spend all our days and nights extracting knowledge from it in the form of thought threads. There is, however, an infinite amount of information available, so we must learn to turn it off and on at will so we can focus on what is important to us. The key to all advanced mind reading is to achieve control over the thought stream by taking temporary control of the rationalizer. Important note: Please be careful to avoid totally losing your sense of “self”, as you are quite vulnerable without your security software enabled.

Just one more thing before undertaking some advanced mind reading. It is time to mention that huge elephant in the room: who or what is it that is roving around in the Mind, making all our decisions? Is it the rationalizer? Is it a construct of our biological ego, is it a personal collection of experiences within “our” section of the mind, or is it that nebulous entity we have always known as “the soul”? The same question could be asked of a software routine: what entity is it that is making the decisions inside the computer’s CPU? For now, the very arguable answer is: the “who am I” is an artifact of the structure of the CPU software, the structure of the Mind and the structure of our thought processes. The non-material “spirit” of the system is an artifact of its structure thus, the “real you” lies in the structure of the Mind.

Now for the Advanced Mind Reading 4-step method:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Step 1: Open and clear your thought channel

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p<>{color:#000;}. Step 2: Enter “Controlled Daydreaming” mode

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p<>{color:#000;}. Step 3: Capture and analyze External thoughts

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p<>{color:#000;}. Step 4: Re-probe the mind with each External

Repeat the above process until it becomes natural. The difficult part is step 3, the capture, because as you will discover, upon “awakening” from the edge of sleep, the rationalizer first awakens and erases all the information from the past few seconds. Another problem is dozing off during controlled daydreaming, thus breaking steps 2 and 3.

Step 1: Open and clear your thought channel:

The thought stream is our personal freeway of disjointed threads that are passing through us at all times. If we were able to dream at will while fully awake, it would immediately become obvious that there is a lot of stuff going on of which we are not aware, like a radio that is not very selective, one that allows all radio stations to play at the same time. It is for that reason that we must teach ourselves the simple methods of advanced mind reading. Before any External information can be captured, the thought stream must be emptied of our personal Internal noise and then we can allow one incoming thread at a time. This requires that you turn off the rationalizer. You will need to figure that one out for yourself perhaps by practicing staring blankly out the window without naming anything you see.

There have been many books written on the subject of clearing the mind. It should not be a difficult task, but requires discipline. In effect, all you are doing is resetting your thread buffer and preventing any new information from entering until you are ready to begin a mind read. If you are cursed with an uncontrollable stream of consciousness and/or are a “motor mouth”, you will find that quieting the thread buffer may be a formidable task, but you are also one of those people gifted with an unlimited source of thought threads.

Each of us will have to design our own method of managing the thought channel, as we all come from various backgrounds, but one sure way is to simply take control, perhaps using the following obvious ideas:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Turn off annoying noises, move away from distractions

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p<>{color:#000;}. Invent a virtual mental “traffic cop” that can stop traffic at will

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p<>{color:#000;}. Defocus, un-concentrate onto “nothing”, stop naming things

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p<>{color:#000;}. Distract your thread reader (that little “voice” in the brain) by using a “feely”, a smooth object or soapstone to rub your thumb upon

It is like bailing the water out of a small boat. Eventually you catch up with the water leak. Try holding back the water for one second then expand it to 2, 4, 8 seconds. Allow enough clear time for an External thread to enter the boat. Do this for a little while, but don’t become a zombie. All you are trying to do is take control of your free-range roving consciousness, then to let a little bit of outside information in. (Note: advertisers have been controlling your subconscious awareness since birth. It is time for you to utilize that control for your own purposes). If you have a noisy stream that is occupied with daily hassles and distractions, then you have a more difficult task ahead.

Step 2: Enter “Controlled Daydreaming” mode:

. You should practice this part often by training yourself to quickly approach the edge of sleep without falling over. It is that area just between daydreaming and sleep. Once perched upon and observing the mind stream without dozing off, then you can begin sorting through the sounds, smells and pictures for External content. You are looking for stuff that is not “yours” or threads that are highly symbolic. While casually observing this mind traffic, you will be grabbing onto, then delving into a thread’s idea to see if it is relevant. There is a term that can be described as “awakening inside your dream” that explains the process of grabbing the information. It is almost as if you need to be a “second person” that is looking over your own shoulder as you watch streams of threads go by. Another method for searching for Externals: you can close your eyes, stare out into the darkness about a foot in front of you, then watch for a fuzzy white swirling blotch, then hopefully it will grow into a clear HDTV picture. Yet a third method: use a good quality 6” crystal ball with a non-glare black velvet cloth behind, then stare deep into and about a foot past the black background. When successful at any of these methods, try to extract information out of the picture that materializes inside your “Mind’s eye”.

You can also daydream yourself to a familiar place that is away in the distance. This has been called astral projection, but you are not actually going anywhere, because everywhere else is contained right inside your head in the timespace mind structure. Just remember, the mind has no “place”, it has no GPS coordinates. Mind is a universal temporal structure of potential energy that exists universally, the same non-material structure that gives volume to all the identical atoms of the universe.

Here are some observations about daydreaming: It is like “jumping into an on-going story and following the script”, or, “jumping upon a turning carousel”, or “making up a story (imagineering), then playing the part of an observer”. Perhaps it is like “remembering the future”, “entering a theater after the second act has started”, “observing a flash from out of the Magic 8-Ball window” or “floating down a stream of thought” or “watching a visual movie that comes from out of the back of your head”.

Step 3: Capture and analyze External thoughts

The dreams you remember upon awakening in the morning are usually all External threads. The problem is capturing those dreams before they disappear out of your consciousness, thus preventing you from analyzing them. Capturing and analyzing Externals during daydreaming is easier, but you must develop the ability to dream up to the edge of sleep without falling in. Another reason daydreaming is a better conduit is that your head is clearer during the day, and you have control of the rationalizer. Even during daydreaming, you will find the transition between the edge of sleep and full awareness is very narrow. You will also discover that if the rationalizer is allowed, it will erase all the short-term memory of the past few seconds. This situation will be overcome through practice. Once you have mastered controlled daydreaming, you will be able do the final step, which is to latch upon a thread of thought, then turn its subject matter back into the mind as soon as possible in order to find out what additional information accompanies that thread. After all, threads are just a pointer into the total subject matter that lies inside the mind.

While fishing for threads from out of the “river of thought”, we must learn to interpret their contents on a real-time basis. Because the thought river moves at a very high speed, threads often look like a movie that is running in fast-forward, or like flashes of images that appear then disappear into the “Magic 8 Ball”. Many are a mirror image of an actual scene. When you are sure you have caught an External thread, then like a prize fish, you are most likely going to reel in that thread and totally dissect it. You will forget about any more Mind reading, until you have completely understood that first prized catch. That is fine. With practice, you will be able to know the meaning of most commonly seen Externals, then you will be able to interpret them a lot faster.

External events and new ideas are available all the time, but they are revealed at such a high rate of speed that we are often unable to synchronize with them; they usually exceed the speed of thought. External thread experiences are usually very rapid, like a short clip of a movie that has been put on fast-forward. They are often manifested as a “hunch”, a “feeling”, and sometimes are triggered by a smell or sound that sets off a reverie. Important Externals are often found wedged within strings of daydreams. They are usually so fast, that it is impossible to capture them. Keep in mind that the source of Externals is also the source of the events to occur later in our material future, and the rate of speed of the incoming material time feed is tremendous. The mechanics of reading incoming threads is much like finding an object in the dark by feeling around, or like the appearance of answers rising from out of the “Magic 8 Ball”. [4]. Other types of Externals include abstract thoughts, future thoughts (precognition), love, joy, ambition, that “little voice” that has profound ideas, instincts, the “conscience that sits on your shoulder”, the voice of self control, the motivator that promotes giving and selflessness, warning thoughts that may imply an immediate danger, and many more things considered “intuitions” or flashes of insight. In a sense, a thread containing multimedia content may seem to be like a corridor, like a hallway or a context room we may see in a dream while asleep. A list of all these possible thought types would be too long and take years to research and compile, requiring degrees in Anthropology, Religion, Philosophy and Psychology.

We can analyze night dreams, but as they come to us, we have little control over the playing field. Night dreams are also very volatile, very difficult to remember, unless they are intense and in full brilliant HDTV color. Thus, it is in daydreams that we will learn to control our mind reading environment.

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p<>{color:#000;}. A quick skill test:

Now, lets see if you have opened your thought stream just enough to casually observe the passing threads of thought. Are you able to stare blankly out a window or around a room, sensing only the rushing sound in the center of your head? Can you do this without starting to name and notice objects? Have you reached the level where objects outside do not have names, they are just patterns of moving colors? Can you turn this feature on and off at will? Can you initiate a “blank stare”? Cats and dogs do this all day while they are not sleeping or stalking. We have been taught since birth to name, categorize, and then take some kind of action. That cycle must be temporarily broken in order to monitor the thought stream without bias. The naming of objects is the bane of all mind reading, as the “naming” feature is actually part of the rationalizer’s job. If you have not yet mastered this process, just continue on, as the skill will come to you soon. The key to reading the Mind is to be able to evacuate all threads so the thoughts of the people you may choose to read can be made available.

In summary, thoughts come TO us but we also seek them out. Of the sequences during sleep, we have no control, as these corridors of the mind come TO us. With daydreams, WE control the when and where and largely, the beginning content, by utilizing a “seed” thread. This is the key to the mechanics of reading the mind utilizing controlled daydreaming.

Step 4: Re-probe the mind with each External

This step of Advanced Mind Reading carries too much importance; therefore, it has been given its own chapter that follows.

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7. Data-Mining the Mind

To query the mind library you must quickly turn captured External threads back into the mind as a “thought probe”. Perhaps you just had a daydream about fly-fishing from the bank of a river. Take that thought, visual and all, and concentrate on it by “probing” that thought, thereby entering the mind corridor of that thread. Daydream on everything you can about that fishing sequence, then analyze the related treasure of ideas that return from the ensuing External thought stream. Usually the Mind is passive until probed.

Capture new External > Probe that External > recapture new Externals

Here is an example of a direct, unsolicited mind probe and response that normal humans would call just plain “thinking about something”. Try “probing” the concept of “chocolate”, and then capture all the threads that echo back. You may get a picture or taste of Chocolate Mousse, Cake, Bar, Mocha Coffee, Milkshake, etc. Anything having to do with “chocolateness” is going to echo back on the return. Now it is likely you are heading for that secret stash of chocolate.

A few terms for probing the mind include: praying, wishing, wondering, thinking, pondering, feeling, daydreaming and more. We usually receive an answer by utilizing one of these methods of mind query. One of the most familiar types of thought probing is during the recall process, as when you are trying to remember a name or where you saw a face and so you just keep at it. You keep probing the mind until you feel like you “almost have it”. You keep “jiggling” the mind structure until that name pops into the incoming thought stream. It is that anticipation and “closeness to the answer”, “snapping your thumb and finger” feeling that is exactly what you should have when you are doing a mind probe. Moments later, the answer will pop out of your “subconscious” mind. Internalize this feeling, as it is the doorway that allows you to enter, re-enter then daydream amongst the corridors of the mind. This is the entire key to mastering the External mind reading process.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Threads are often attached to physical locations

Memories and thoughts seem to be attached to certain places, and as a bonus feature, when you exercise a memory it often conjures up a place to which it may have been attached. Prove this to yourself: if you forget what it was you were thinking or you were about to do or if you lose your “train of thought”, then return to the physical location where you started that thought. It is there that you will be able to probe the mind and find that lost thought stream. When you have a memory, try to remember where you were when you first had that idea.

Again, the secret key to mind reading is developing the ability to tell the difference between types of thinking, so that when you actually begin reading into someone else’s area of the mind, it will be obvious that you are not just simply sampling your own ego thoughts.

There are a number of categories for both Internal and External thought threads, so it should not be difficult to toss the Internals and analyze the Externals.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Types of Internal thought threads to reject

Internal thoughts are primarily about our human well-being and survival that originate from within the animal brain like: envy, greed, sex, hunger, pain, fear, paranoia, desire, need, addictions, fear of death, that “little voice” that spews junk opinions, brain music (“ear worms”) and some past thoughts and memories that burden us. These threads are active because of the rationalizer’s control over our thinking. Internal threads are heavily biased towards ego or survival. It should be easy to detect and reject these when you are attempting a mind read. Become “selfless”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Other people’s thoughts

Probably the reason you are interested in advanced mind reading is that you may wish to read “someone else’s” mind. To this end, you must plant a “seed” thread into your consciousness that will “jiggle” the section of the mind that involves the individual from which you wish to read. Utilize a mind probe that has content related to the person you wish to “contact”. Perhaps this is being understated, but remember, the Mind is a common resource, so “reading someone else” is the same as “reading the mind”. Thus, all you need to do to mentally “contact” someone is to concentrate on a simple “token”, like a special object that is emotionally close to both of you, in the way the bloodhound smells an article of clothing in order to track the lost child. The silent token of exchange may then result in a “flash of insight” that contains the desired “echo”.

To test your telepathy, focus on a person whose mind you wish to read. It helps if you are emotionally “close” to that person, as there needs to be a familiar place to start. Probe their library of thoughts and see if you can see one of their threads, but do not be biased by any pre-conceived notions. This is the downfall of anyone working with the mind, is allowing your personal ego to intervene. You must become “selfless”. Perhaps try starting with a memory you have of an event you have in common with that close person. You can also try working with that person in the same room, by having them imagine an aspect of a common experience, then see what information floats by, riding upon your External stream of threads. All thoughts, lives and memories are permanent features within the universal mind structure, so on closer examination you will discover within your daydreams there are threads of ideas that are likely someone else’s. Mind reading someone else is no different than reading your own thoughts and incoming daydreams, except that those External thoughts happen to be in use by someone else. It is up to you to be able to sense the difference.

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p<>{color:#000;}. A note about precognition

The entire “subconscious mind” of the brain is acting like a pre-simulator that analyzes all the most probable things that could happen in the near and far future. It must be pointed out that our brain’s future simulator may be able to see the immediate future because everything that is going to happen is “almost here now”, as events that are just a few seconds away are just about totally pre-destined to happen, and are solidly firming up in the Mind structure. (Try the “parallel channel exercise”). Far-future events are still gelling, yet there are enough clues available for the brain to simulate possible future situations.

Lets review a typical session:

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p<>{color:#000;}. The thought stream is opened and cleared out

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p<>{color:#000;}. While teetering upon the edge of sleep, you see threads flowing by

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p<>{color:#000;}. You reject Internal threads (Hunger and other bio-needs)

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p<>{color:#000;}. You grab an External and analyze it

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p<>{color:#000;}. It has strange content, so you probe it back into the Mind as a “seed”

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p<>{color:#000;}. The next incoming daydream will have more detail from the seed, so you re-analyze its stream of threads

Summary:

Lets say you have just captured an important External thought, so you must next turn it into a seed thought. This new seed thought will prompt the mind to send additional information, to tell you its story in a daydream, so you will be entering its “corridor of the mind”. Latch on to all the follow-on External threads and ride this wave until it collapses. It is just like dreaming off to sleep at night, but with a “controlled awake-ness”, such that you do not forget what has just happened.

There are a number of books written specifically about dream interpretation, which is exactly what mind reading is all about, except we are working with daydreams instead of sleep dreams. Many, if not most of these books deal with icons that may be ethnically specific, like “I dreamt about a Panda bear carrying the letter D in its mouth”. Most of the External threads we will be working with are related to daytime activities, and are a lot less symbolic. This is because we are awake and still have a bit of a rationalizer at work, doing intermediate filtering and interpretations. The important thing here is to focus on the essence of the captured daydream content, knowing that it will be using symbolism that is particular to your personal background.

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8. How the brain reads From the Mind

There is nothing in magnetism or electric fields that can transfer intelligence in and out of the network of neurons of the brain, otherwise, that route of research would have been fulfilled centuries ago, so how is it possible for the brain to read the Mind? To date, this important question has not been answered because the sciences of Parapsychology, Philosophy, Neuroscience, Metaphysics, Biology and Physics have only been studying the behavioral aspects of the human psyche. However, the advanced mind reader now knows that the brain-mind connection has more to do with the workings of time and timing than how many cards can be correctly guessed by large samples of test subjects. This chapter will attempt to explain how the brain reads a thread from the mind and how the brain synchronizes with the timing structure of the Mind.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Receiving External thoughts

As far as research has shown to date, the “thinking” process in the brain is a result of electrical impulses continuously cascading down through a “steel wool-like” cobweb of wires (axons) and switches (synapses) then into collecting and vote-counting nerve centers (neurons) that comprise structured sections of neural networks (logic centers of neurons that activate our decisions and actions). Individual neurons tally votes coming in from all of their connected synaptic switches in order to decide whether or not to pass information on down the line. The sum of all neuron decisions results in a thought picture being constructed down at the end of all neural networks. This process is continuously occurring at the rate of our brain waves. [3]

There are several simple yet important concepts to be discussed before we can make the brain-mind connection:

1. What is Resonance and sympathetic vibration?

2. What does time and timing have to do with the brain-mind interface?

Sound is the result of an object that is vibrating at its resonant frequency, allowing the sound to escape and radiate out to our ears. A good example of a resonant musical instrument is the slide trombone, where the size of the resonant “cavity” is varied by moving the slide. The sound escapes from the bell of the trombone when the buzzing mouthpiece equals the resonant frequency of the length and size of the instrument cavity, allowing one particular note (and its harmonics) to escape out the bell end. Another resonant instrument is a piano, where striking one of the keys results in the sound of the resonant frequency of a hammered string. If you have searched on “resonance”, you will find that a tuning fork can be placed next to a crystal wine glass, and if the sound frequency and intensity is just right, the glass will shatter. The energy of sound has transferred from the tuning fork into the pure crystal, and has made the crystal vibrate at its resonant frequency. Because of sympathetic vibration, all the sound is absorbed and the crystal fractures.

The brain operates in a similar way, except for the fracturing. The brain acts like a trillion interconnected tuning forks that come into sympathetic vibration with the timing of the timespace mind structure. How does the brain come into “resonance” with the timespace structure, resulting in a thought? It turns out that resonance and sympathetic vibration is a “time-like” phenomenon, but more importantly, the brain structure is able to vibrate in sympathy with the Mind timespace structure in just the same way a crystal structure can vibrate from sound waves. The two properties of timespace, the electric field density (Permittivity) and the magnetic field density (Permeability) form the quantum layers of the structure of timespace.

Now apply these ideas to the concept of how a prism or diffraction grating exposes the invisible colors hidden in white light, and you have an idea of how the brain decodes thoughts from out of the invisible time structure of the timespace mind. It is really a lot simpler than it seems. The brain “spreads out” or “lines up” and collates timing sequences of the Mind so that they result in a thought in the brain.

The brain is sensitive to very small changes in time and timing. As brain waves wash down through all the synapses and nerves in the brain, very minute time shifts will either cancel or amplify an impulse. All nerve impulses washing down through the brain are collected together to result in a thought thread. These changing timing structures are constantly being fed to the brain from the Mind, and we have a varying panorama of ideas, just as rich as the life forms and atomic structures that surround us.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The Pachinko game is similar to the brain’s receiving mechanism, it is all about “time” and “timing”

The Pachinko game is a vertical pinball machine that is very popular in Japan. Steel balls are poured into a hopper and then any number of them is dropped into the top of the game at one time. The balls bounce down to the bottom, taking zigzag paths determined by randomly placed steel pins that interfere with their fall. The game’s payoff happens when a ball falls into one of a few specially marked winning holes at the bottom. Because time, timing and probabilities are always changing due to the timespace Mind, the same ball will rarely take the same exact path twice. The game is like a large diffraction grating that exposes and displays the passage of time and the associated probabilities hidden within the gradient of gravity that pulls (or pushes down upon?) the balls.

Now imagine, instead of just a few game balls cascading down through the Pachinko game, how about trillions of simultaneous steel balls, funneling in parallel from top to bottom, with the payoff at the bottom looking just like the thoughts in the brain. From the concept of the Pachinko game, it is now possible to explain the mechanics of how the brain connects to the mind.

The thought reception mechanism of the brain operates on a principle of timing and sequencing and one of its functions is to lock onto then detect, decode, and interpret time sequences. As it turns out, the way that a synaptic switch in the brain works, is to make sure the brain operates in a cadenced fashion, in the same way music flows in order to create a coherent tune. In the brain, synaptic junctions and their physical neuron connections act like the metal pins of the Pachinko game, by modulating the progress of trillions of electrical signals that flow through the brain, all in parallel at the same time. There are many kinds of synapse switches, some are used to stop nerve impulses from going any farther, some delay their progress, some are for allowing impulses to move forward, but all the synaptic switches control a lot of connections coming from a lot of different neuron areas, as well as controlling the speed of the electrical impulses. These connections make decisions that allow the neurons to know what all the other neurons are doing, and then to vote on what to do next, depending upon the majority of opinion that floods into the neuron collecting stations. As the neuron structure of the brain sympathetically resonates with the structure of the energy levels of the timespace mind structure, we experience conscious thought. It takes a funneling and sorting mechanism, such as the prism-like diffraction grating of the brain, to decode the invisible complexity of the mind’s structure, thereby revealing the consciousness, thoughts and dreams hiding within.

Once again, our brain is a miraculous information discriminator that is capable of pulling time information from out of timespace. Some synapses slow nerve impulses, others stop them entirely, and others speed them up. This action results in the assembly of a completed thought thread at the bottom of long chains of neurons. This interference mechanism acts as a temporal diffraction grating. The synaptic interference gates are the “intelligence” in the brain, the thing that determines outcomes. The key to the mind-brain interaction lies in this brain mechanism, where the behavior of each synapse is being modulated by the invisible timespace structure that we call “the Mind”. Thinking is all about proper timing and cadence, resulting in a logical outcome, avoiding chaos, by synchronizing upon a coherent sequence, making it sensible and harmonious. The brain is thus aligning electrical impulses together into a complete thought, just as a TV signal is synchronized upon a screen to form a complete picture. Synaptic switches within the brain are synchronized to the gears of the Mind, the invisible structure that makes up all of timespace. Thus, the Mind provides the timing that the brain can synchronize onto and then interpret into thoughts in exactly the same way the mind controls morphogenesis, resulting in snowflakes and life forms.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Synaptic switches control the decoding of thoughts in the brain

All the photons of light shooting around the universe are the result of electrons having jumped from band to band, shell to shell inside atoms. These band jumps are mediated by the two simple properties of light that make up the timespace in which we dwell, the same properties that control the functioning of the synaptic switches that control the brain. The brain operates on a system of comparisons. It mainly notices changes; it is a differential comparator. Everyone has heard the homily about boiling a frog: if you turn up the heat very slowly, the frog will not notice the change, and will perish, but if you drop a frog in hot water, hopefully it will jump out. It is the small changes in the status of the Mind structure that get the attention of the brain, and these changes are occurring inside the plenum that is what physicists have been calling spacetime, herein named timespace.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thoughts are to the brain what the time structure is to the material face of the present

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p<>{color:#000;}. Our sixth sense is the process of locking on to (coming into resonance with) the invisible timespace structure

Simple probabilities, as in coin flipping, seem random, and in the end even out at 50/50 resulting in an invisible playing field that resembles the timespace mind. Larger systems, the trillions of cells of the brain, decode and reveal the probability structure that exists within timespace. This probability structure also results in our surrounding reality, as consciousness and the real world spring forth from the same source.

Inside the brain are about 1000 trillion synaptic switches, as well as about 100 billion neurons. It takes this many devices to synchronize the gear structure of the mind with our very limited senses. The switches that manage the timing are the key to how the brain thinks, by being the timing interface between the neuron centers of the brain and the universal Mind. The resulting timing is like an orchestra with musicians reading off the same score so that the symphony music is linear, coordinated, and makes sense. It is like the controlled traffic at an intersection, with the green, yellow, and red lights preventing an accident, or the controlled traffic at a large airport.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thoughts are “threads” (short sequences) of energy level jumps that the brain decodes, compiles, then stores away by growing new, unique neuron structures that act as re-entry points, allowing us to resonate with past thoughts that are forever embedded in the Mind. [3,4]

The timespace Mind structure is comprised of tiny, separated energy levels that the neurons of the brain are able to jump amongst in order to decode into thoughts, just as a squirrel jumps from limb to limb. This activity is measured as brain waves. These energy levels are like the electron bands or shells within atoms. Thus, thoughts and intelligence are a function of how well we are connected into the time structure comprising timespace, the thing we call “the Mind”. Thoughts arise either from out of a biological need (Internal thread), or from an External thread that has been decoded from out of the Mind. Thinking is therefore the process wherein the universal mind comes into resonance with the timing of your synaptic “transistor gates”. Therefore, learning is the process whereby we consciously train our brain synapses to latch onto structures in the invisible mind, thereby creating “re-entry points” back into a thought we have had.

The distinguishing activity of the brain is its ability to sense extremely small differences in time and timing. Thus, tiny shifts in timing within timespace can upset its balance, resulting in “events”, just as the brain senses tiny shifts in timing, resulting in thoughts. The mechanism in the brain that resolves these timing differences is the ability of its 1000 trillion synaptic switches to control the continuous waterfall of brainwaves into becoming “thoughts”, the mechanism that allows us to sense what is “just about to happen next” during dreams, mind reading and precognition.

Finally: the Mind intervenes with the flow of the brain at the synaptic switches, allowing the brain’s neurons to synchronize with thought patterns that are embedded in the structure of the mind. Since all thought patterns in the mind are interwoven and interconnected into a phantasm of little gears, it requires decoding or “time de-multiplexing”, the same way an HDTV screen displays motion pictures in full color, the same way a strobe reveals spinning fan blades. The result is that the Mind is “strobing” sequences of thoughts into the brain. Thus, our personal threads within the mind are intervening in our brain flow in order to provide personal thoughts and actions in our brain. It is the source of our conscience and consciousness. It is the basis of the soul.

Here are a couple of helpful analogies:

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p<>{color:#000;}. The brain is acting like a prism that separates the timespace structure into “colors of thought”. In this way, it acts as a temporal diffraction grating.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Just as a harmonica vibrates sympathetically with the wind of the breath across the reeds, the brain plays the “music” of thought.

In the case of Pachinko, the “intelligence” is not inside the game; it is located in the structure of the pins inside the box and the time structure in which the game is immersed, resulting in all the different outcomes. The following summary may be helpful:

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p<>{color:#000;}. The timespace mind structure contains all possible thought threads

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p<>{color:#000;}. Our personal “soul” is a unique, permanent set of threads to which we have become accustomed

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p<>{color:#000;}. The brain is a timing mechanism that has learned how to assemble our personal threads into complete thoughts, just as a TV aligns dots to make a complete picture on a screen

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p<>{color:#000;}. The brain is a neural temporal diffraction grating

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p<>{color:#000;}. The brain is a synchronizing mind structure decoder

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thinking is a pattern recognition, context resolution process

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p<>{color:#000;}. Synaptic gates serve as a synchronizing delay mechanism

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p<>{color:#000;}. Synaptic delays are constantly being changed by the mind structure

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p<>{color:#000;}. The mind controls the neurotransmitter chemicals in the synapse

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thoughts result from these synaptic interactions with the mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. The soul is a lifetime collection of discovered mind structures

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p<>{color:#000;}. Atomic forms are being constructed and manipulated in the same way the brain is being manipulated by timespace

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p<>{color:#000;}. The future of the futurepast Mind is malleable by our actions and thoughts

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thus, we control aspects of our future through our focus of ideas, our thoughts and our actions

In summary:

The synaptic switches in the brain are under the control of the rapidly changing timespace Mind structure. The synapses regulate the timing of electric nerve impulses by modulating their firing times so that we end up with a complete, synchronized picture we know as consciousness.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The future and past (futurepast) are the same thing as the present but without all the atoms

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p<>{color:#000;}. The present has very little “thickness” in time, yet is continuously new

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p<>{color:#000;}. There is no “exact present”, as it is always becoming the past

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p<>{color:#000;}. The futurepast structure is the Mind and is the only thing in existence that is more permanent than protons

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9. How the brain talks To the Mind

First, there are two important concepts to discuss:

1. What is a standing wave?

2. How does thought “strobing” or “probing” touch the Mind?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Standing waves

A standing wave pattern occurs when a medium vibrates inside something that has solid boundaries, like coffee inside a vibrating cup or sound in a drum. When a liquid is disturbed, the result is high and low points we call waves. Waves come in plus and minus pairs, but when they approach one another from opposite directions, they cancel out, rendering them flat and invisible. This “invisible” wave still contains energy, but it is being stored as potential energy in its medium. This is where time and timing enter into the situation. In places where waves do not cancel, they leave peaks and troughs called standing waves. Examples are: electron shells inside an atom, waves on the surface of a vibrating coffee cup, waves upon the ocean, sound waves inside a vacuum cleaner hose or within a musical instrument. Ham radio operators always have to deal with standing waves in an antenna, as these waves reflect back into the radio, causing damage. This situation can also be observed when you sing into a vacuum cleaner hose and notice that some sounds will not escape from the hose, they will bounce back and forth as standing waves. (When we were kids, we used to amuse the family dog by singing into the vacuum cleaner hose, thus sounding like an elephant).

What we are interested in here are the invisible waves that exist in timespace where they have “cancelled” one another. Timespace is comprised of an infinite number of these invisible cancelled waves comprising the past, future and the potential energy structure that contains our thoughts. In our extremely thin veneer of the “present”, peaks and troughs exhibit themselves as atoms (peaks) and gravity (troughs).

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p<>{color:#000;}. Standing waves are everywhere in daily life

Another form of standing wave lies inside the tiny atom. Only certain wavelengths of electron vibration can live inside the domain of the atom, depending upon how many protons there are. Extra electrons or energies are cast out as photons of light. Standing waves are the electron shells, valence bands, and even the protons within the atom. Standing waves also underlie the mechanism by which a prism and a diffraction grating work in order to spread out and “decode” various frequencies of light into a fan shape. The diffraction grating illustrates the mechanism used by the brain to decode the timespace standing wave mind structure into thoughts.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Holograms are standing waves

Now, consider “condensed matter” in the form of atoms, where tiny points of “now” are continuously coming together in order to form our exact present. Atoms are a type of “standing wave peak” of permanent existence (protons that live forever). Standing waves are very important features of things that happen in a time-like fashion. This process also has an excellent analog in the science of holography, where a laser beam is vibrating through the structure of a hologram negative, resulting in a real-life image comprised of nodes and antinodes of virtual standing waves, thus a holographic picture. Are you starting to get the picture? Reality is nothing more than a whole series of coincidences and alignments of waves.

Timespace, an infinite standing wave structure, is comprised of the two simple components of light: Permittivity and Permeability. Together, these comprise the vibrating properties of light and serve as the standing wave medium of Mind as well as the lines of the chessboard upon which the atomic world plays its unending game. It also comprises the tiny electron band timing within the lowly atom that keeps the material world from collapsing in upon itself.

Here is a simple recap: the invisible timespace surrounding and within us contains all the past and future (futurepast), with the futurepast being the seat of our invisible Mind. The physical world exists where the standing waves poke out of the timespace Mind as tiny atoms. The futurepast timespace Mind is what is interacting with our brain and we call it consciousness.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Sending a thought

Now we will discuss the transmitting mechanism of the brain. Here is how the brain strobes the invisible standing wave potential energy of the timespace structure, resulting in an External thought. This involves the property of resonance.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Through quantum entanglement, the brain attaches to the Mind

A very brief introduction to “quantum entanglement” is required at this time. A search on this term and “Bell’s Theorem” tells it all. It is possible for two atoms to interact so that if one atom is colored “red” and the other “green”, then if they suddenly are made to switch roles, so that the first one is changed to “green”, the other one will automatically switch over to “red” because they are entangled at the quantum level in timespace. This is physics fact. This happens even if one particle is on another galaxy and the other one is held on earth in a lab. The point of this discovery is that everything in the universe, including our “personal soul structure” is interconnected within the invisible standing waves of timespace.

Now, consider the brain that has trillions of quantum jumps occurring inside its synapses all day and night. As the brain continuously changes states, the timespace structure follows in kind. Every thought you have changes the state of the timespace structure! Your brain is in resonance with the timespace structure, no matter whether you are here or on another galaxy, your thoughts are universally, but very subtly changing the entire Mind structure. Your brain is “humming” a quantum chord that can be “heard” by everyone, everywhere. The proof of this lies in the fact that all atoms throughout the entire universe, for billions of years, have been identical, even though they have never met one another. The communication medium between all atoms (and brains) throughout the universe lies in their resonance with the timespace structure. Our personal quantum chord is our personal soul.

The brain is constantly probing the standing wave time structure of the Mind so that it can continuously synchronize to the mind’s hidden timing, resulting in thoughts. This is measured as the alpha, beta and other brain waves that wash over the neuron structures, thereby synchronizing the brain into the time structure, like making visible the blades of the spinning fan with a strobe light.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Just as a strobe light “stops” the blades of a spinning fan, the brain strobes the gears of the mind, making visible a spectrum of thoughts hidden within. [4]

Again, how does the brain affect the structure of the Mind? How do we “strobe” or “probe” the mind in order to elicit a responding thought? The answer lies in the story of the strobe light and the invisible fan blades, plus the physics theory underlying quantum entanglement, plus the concept of resonance.

Now for a quick recap: imagine pointing a strobe light at a spinning fan. Notice how the invisible fan blades appear to “materialize” in mid air and become solid, because the strobe is running at the same speed as the fan. In a way, the strobe is creating a type of simulated “standing wave” by freezing the motion of the blades in time. Now lay this concept upon the “invisible timespace” in which we are immersed.

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p<>{color:#000;}. When the brain “strobes” the Mind, the returning External threads will synchronize into the brain through quantum entanglement

The brain is acting like a very sophisticated tuning fork that comes into resonance with any desired sector of the timespace mind structure. The mind responds by exposing its inner hidden treasures. In the case of thinking, we expose either a past event in the time structure or a future event. The invisible timespace occupying the 99% of the universe contains the potential energy structure that comprises all of time, the futurepast. The brain is able to "unfold" this hidden structure in the form of memories or precognition. Through quantum entanglement, the trillions of synapses of the brain maintain a resonance with the timespace Mind structure, resulting in an open communications pathway between the brain, the Mind, then back out into other human brains. When you initiate a query by strobing the mind, everyone else can sense the change in the sound of your quantum chord.

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10. Mind reading examples

This may not come as a surprise: Advanced Mind Reading is a compilation and translation of External threads that have been captured over the past 50 years. Below are some examples of threads that have been turned into words through “brainstorming”:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Everything has already happened in the timespace Mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. Everything is now happening in the mind, time only reveals a tiny slice we call the “present”

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p<>{color:#000;}. The present is so “thin” that it barely exists

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p<>{color:#000;}. The present is comprised of standing waves of atoms, a miniscule 1% glimpse of the Mind structure

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p<>{color:#000;}. The Mind rearranges atoms and we call it the passage of time

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p<>{color:#000;}. The Mind has tidal forces that cause global changes in human attitudes

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p<>{color:#000;}. The present is flowing out through little pinholes in timespace called atoms

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p<>{color:#000;}. Social orders resemble the growth of molecules and life forms

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p<>{color:#000;}. Is the Mind peopled or is its personality just an artifact?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Perhaps your “life guide” is yourself, returning into the “present”

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p<>{color:#000;}. The Mind IS the sixth sense

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p<>{color:#000;}. Your patterns in the mind are playing your musical chord

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p<>{color:#000;}. To nab Externals, dip in and out of the edge of sleep very quickly

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p<>{color:#000;}. Profound thoughts are fast flashes; mundane common thoughts just slowly wander by

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thoughts and morphogenesis ride the same river of time

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p<>{color:#000;}. Electric and Magnetic fields are the continuity of time, the rubber bands that hold reality together

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p<>{color:#000;}. Consciousness can travel up and down as well as across time

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p<>{color:#000;}. The structure of time flows out through atoms and you get reality

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p<>{color:#000;}. A photon is a particle of “now”, but fleets away at the speed of light

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p<>{color:#000;}. The speed of light is the speed of time

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p<>{color:#000;}. The objects of our present are literally a “carbon copy” of just one slice of what is emanating from out of the timespace mind structure

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p<>{color:#000;}. If the mind is populated with active souls, then the mind IS reincarnation

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p<>{color:#000;}. Are threads constantly playing or are they otherwise dormant unless we jiggle them?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Do the dearly departed understand what is happening to them?

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p<>{color:#000;}. If you jiggle a set of threads, are they noticeable by everyone in the universe, simultaneously? Is the mind a tachyonic structure?

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p<>{color:#000;}. “Moire circles” of electron bands, surrounding the nucleus of each atom, reveal the invisible time structure

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p<>{color:#000;}. Is the mind a fixed crystal or is it flexible?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Can things still change after passing into the past?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Size is relative; the universe could be upon the head of a pin

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mind is making atoms express as life forms

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mind reading is the window to the entire universe

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p<>{color:#000;}. If the universe is executing as if a giant software program, our atoms are following synchronously within the flow of the prevailing program

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p<>{color:#000;}. We all are experts at reading our own Mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. The IQ of the mind is infinite

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p<>{color:#000;}. The universe is a giant chord; it can be heard in the center of the brain

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p<>{color:#000;}. The mind structure is comprised of coiled time, all time, it is the futurepast and it is presented to us in parallel; it is all here right now, in front of us, simultaneously

Besides being the source of our dreams, below are just a few of the many things that can be attributed to the invisible “mind”. It is:

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p<>{color:#000;}. The source that animates our material world

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p<>{color:#000;}. How atoms morph into life forms from raw DNA

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p<>{color:#000;}. The storage place of the past and the future, the futurepast

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p<>{color:#000;}. The source of all thoughts, the storehouse of all memories

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p<>{color:#000;}. The source of all knowledge, curiosity and speculation

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p<>{color:#000;}. Where we still are after our atoms fall apart

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p<>{color:#000;}. Where we were before we were born

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p<>{color:#000;}. The source of Reincarnation

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p<>{color:#000;}. The source of the laws of physics

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p<>{color:#000;}. The source of mathematical relationships

Some of the things about space-time that we observe and feel:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Magnets magically attract iron through invisible “empty space”

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p<>{color:#000;}. Invisible electric charge pulls the hair up off our head

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p<>{color:#000;}. We feel an invisible force when accelerating in an automobile

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p<>{color:#000;}. We feel invisible inertia (it holds us in place or keeps us moving)

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p<>{color:#000;}. We see light traveling at the speed of time

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p<>{color:#000;}. If matter “bends” space, resulting in gravity, what is bending?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Invisible gravity pulls (or pushes?) us down upon the earth

As you can see, raw data is sometimes silly, sometimes important. All threads are required to be matched to facts. Often, from out of the roiling cauldron of ideas emerges an important leap forward.

Below are a few “fleshed out” ideas that all originated from Externals [2,3,4,5,6]:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Everything that is going to happen is happening “right now” in timespace. By the time you can say “now”, the present has already gone by into the past. You could say: “everything has already happened” in timespace

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p<>{color:#000;}. The neurotransmitter chemicals in the synaptic switches of the brain form a bond with the band structures of the mind. This provides a control mechanism between the mind and the brain such that the synaptic gap operates like a computer logic gate. In this way, External “thought structures” bind with the complex nervous system of the brain, resulting in full color sequences of thoughts that exist in the mind, as seen in our dreams

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p<>{color:#000;}. The standing wave band structure inside the atom is just a tiny version of the infinite standing wave structure that fills the entire universe, including the brain. Just as inside the atom, the band structure of the mind provides the “rules of behavior”, the “laws of physics”, that control the behavior of the morphogenesis of the material world at the nanometer scale of size, including the growth of life forms from raw DNA, and the growth of our thoughts [4]

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p<>{color:#000;}. Imagine pointing a strobe light at a spinning fan and then notice how the invisible fan blades appear to “materialize” in mid air and become solid, because the strobe is running at the same speed as the fan. In this way, perhaps our material world seems solid because it is “in sync” with the time flow of the present, allowing us to see solid material. If, in our imagination, we were to slip ahead or behind in time, perhaps our world would begin to disappear, becoming just like our invisible dream world and the invisible world of space. In this way, our dream world is just a second or so ahead or behind us in time

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p<>{color:#000;}. With a “stop action camera” we can slow, then even halt the movement of our world. The reason this works is because the camera is taking so many pictures so fast, that the world hardly moves between camera shutter exposures, so when the film is played back, our world appears to move very slowly

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p<>{color:#000;}. Atoms are standing wave focal point nodes where time comes together into an exact “now”, resulting in solid-appearing little atomic dots, like the standing waves upon the surface of a vibrating cup of coffee

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p<>{color:#000;}. The magnifying glass analogy: atoms are sort of like the focal point of a magnifying glass where all the incoming rays of time merge, resulting in a solid-like apparition at specific locations

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p<>{color:#000;}. The inverse square law: in your imagination, if you travel down into then through a single “Planck singularity” (the smallest sized object in the universe), you will emerge from the other side of that point out into the entire universe. Thus, you could say: “the laws of physics break down when the distance from an object approaches zero, because the inverse square of the distance goes to infinity”. Of course it does, because out the “other side” of every point is the entire universe!

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p<>{color:#000;}. Perhaps our material world only exists at our “magnitude of size”, that is, we are visible to each other at the inch scale of size, but down at the atomic level of size or the size of our galaxy, our life forms disappear

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p<>{color:#000;}. Things lying upon a spectrum are separated by an underlying principle like size or frequency. In this way, nature keeps things in the universe from interfering with one another by placing them upon spectrums, like a timeline, “sizeline”, energy line or a radio spectrum

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thinking results from the ability of the Mind to synchronize our brain with the flow of time, by intervening in the action of the synaptic switches. The brain then synchronizes with the mind by lining up our timing using the actions of our synaptic switches

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p<>{color:#000;}. Consider that the “vacuum” in front of us might possibly be jam packed with everything that has ever happened, everything that will happen, everything that can happen, all of our possible thoughts, now and in the future, not to mention a tremendous amount of potential energy packed into an infinite standing wave of time

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p<>{color:#000;}. Synaptic intervention is occurring by the same physical laws that control the activity of electrons within the simple atom, but on a grander, more complex scale

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p<>{color:#000;}. Perhaps we are moving along side one another in this particular material world at the same speed, like two trains moving side-by-side, allowing us to observe its form and function. Then, if we were to speed up, we could come up beside a different faster train, and it would then seem to be solid

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p<>{color:#000;}. Perhaps our solid world is a holographic projection, a living diorama that is being created from the gravity dot lasers of all the stars and planets, as they shine through an invisible holographic structure in the space that surrounds us

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p<>{color:#000;}. An analogy for us techies: notice how the screen of your HDTV can display any image that is sent to it. When the TV is off, the screen is dark (like “empty” timespace) but when the TV is on and tuned to a channel, the signal is decoded by the HDTV “brain” where it becomes visible and in motion (just like our material world). This could be like the way our brain is “syncing up” and decoding our world from out of the invisible standing waves of timespace

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p<>{color:#000;}. In addition to the complex interconnections between neuron systems, thinking primarily revolves around nerve timing. Since it is tiny voltage threshold level differences within the synaptic switch that decide if and when it will fire, it is at this point where the mind is intervening in the thought process down at 1 to 10 nanometers of size

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thoughts are like complex molecules that have been constructed from a base of subatomic particles into larger forms with protons, neutrons, electrons, then to atoms, to the formation of molecules, then compounds, each along the way having separate sets of behaviors. The human body is a symphony of molecules comprising the story presented by the chapters and paragraphs of the structure of the mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thoughts are also like the letters, words, paragraphs, chapters then volumes of a book, with encyclopedic collections of book sets. Parts of speech and the structures of syntax are the atoms of thought, while paragraphs are the compounds

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p<>{color:#000;}. The brain is a bi-directional interface. It “seeks out” and it also “receives” thoughts, but do our interactions with the mind change the mind or change our future in any way? How would we even know? (These are key questions for religions and other belief systems)

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p<>{color:#000;}. The entire background of the sky, comprised of countless gravitational dots, is holographically assembling our atoms into becoming our surrounding reality. This universal structure is inwardly projecting our surrounding living diorama of life and thoughts down upon our local scale of size, maintaining the standing waves of our firmament; the continuous slow motion of sky dots steers our destiny

Finally, an imaginary case study: A schoolteacher claims to be able to see the future. On many occasions, she has said things or has written down events that have actually happened. Impossible? No. There are several possible reasons why this could be occurring:

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p<>{color:#000;}. It is a scam, and many people are in on it

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p<>{color:#000;}. She actually can see “into the future”

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p<>{color:#000;}. Everything is predestined and can be “seen” by certain people

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p<>{color:#000;}. Everything has “already happened” within the Mind structure

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p<>{color:#000;}. Everything is “already happening” within the Mind structure

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p<>{color:#000;}. The brain can simulate events that are just about to happen because electric and magnetic fields are the “rubber bands” that ensure the continuity of time

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11. Summary

Chapter 1, Where is the Mind (Basic):

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p<>{color:#000;}. The foundation that underlies reality must be very simple, otherwise the universe would have fallen apart billions of years ago

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p<>{color:#000;}. There must be an organizing principle that is configuring reality, otherwise there would be no structure, and nobody here to recognize it

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p<>{color:#000;}. Time, energy, gravity, electromagnetic fields and the mind are invisible, so perhaps they are just different aspects of a single property

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p<>{color:#000;}. There is no more obvious place to look for the Mind than in the invisible space that surrounds us

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p<>{color:#000;}. It is hiding in all of surrounding space

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p<>{color:#000;}. Space is coiled-up time that has been renamed “timespace”

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p<>{color:#000;}. “Timespace” is the volume of all time that has ever been and ever will be, compressed into an invisible structure in which the brain is immersed

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p<>{color:#000;}. Timespace and the mind are exactly the same thing

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p<>{color:#000;}. We are infused into the Mind, like a bag of tea in hot water

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p<>{color:#000;}. Energy can neither be created nor destroyed, it only changes form

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p<>{color:#000;}. Time “meters out” the changing forms of energy, thus:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Time can neither be created nor destroyed, it is conserved

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p<>{color:#000;}. Time can neither be created nor destroyed, it only changes form

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mind can neither be created nor destroyed, it only changes form

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p<>{color:#000;}. Timespace Mind is comprised of the two components of light waves

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p<>{color:#000;}. Any attempt to move out of your timeline results in the force of inertia

Chapter 2, Where is the Mind:

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p<>{color:#000;}. The Mind is seen everywhere in all the faces of creation, in the forces of nature and in the thoughts that pass through the brain

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p<>{color:#000;}. The Mind resides in the static and dynamic structure of time

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p<>{color:#000;}. The mind resonates atoms, forming and casting forth the continuous “present”

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p<>{color:#000;}. Where is the Mind? It is all around and within us

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p<>{color:#000;}. Space = timespace = the volume of all time = the structure of time = Mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. Space is the folded-up volume of all time, past and future

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p<>{color:#000;}. The timespace structure animates atoms into becoming life forms

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p<>{color:#000;}. The “Mind” IS this invisible timespace structure

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p<>{color:#000;}. The forces of nature and the brain reveal the timespace structure

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p<>{color:#000;}. The timespace structure is alive with intelligence; it plays out as a river of time as it flows thoughts through the brain, and we call it consciousness

Chapter 3, What is the Mind:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Parallel universes all exist right now in the structure of the Mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. All parallel universes are available to the brain as thoughts

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p<>{color:#000;}. Everything that can happen is already happening in the mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. Everything has already happened

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mind IS the sixth sense: sight, smell, touch, taste, hearing, thought

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p<>{color:#000;}. All six senses are available above the neck

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p<>{color:#000;}. The mind is a structure that makes up the invisible volume of timespace, a free resource that lies hidden in the “empty” vacuum that surrounds and infuses everything

Chapter 4, What is the Mind:

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p<>{color:#000;}. New neural connections in the brain are “re-entry points” into the mind, and we call it “memory”

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thoughts flow through the brain as small “threads” of an idea that we compile together into complete ideas

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p<>{color:#000;}. Threads come in many forms: visual still pictures, visual movie clips both slow motion or extremely rapid. They can appear as sounds, “voices”, smells and sometimes a “touch” or a hunch

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p<>{color:#000;}. The mind is a non-material structure of pure information that infuses everything

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p<>{color:#000;}. The mind is pure spirit; it reveals itself by shining out into our material world through the little holes we call atoms

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p<>{color:#000;}. The timespace mind comprises more than 99% of the universe

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p<>{color:#000;}. Just as a prism displays colors hidden in natural light, the brain is a Mind structure detector, a temporal diffraction grating

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p<>{color:#000;}. Reading someone else’s mind is no different than reading your own

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p<>{color:#000;}. Trees, flowers, humans, precious gems and snowflakes are also types of thought forms, manifestations from out of the mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. The material world is a readout that provides glimpses of what lies hidden within the Mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mind is an invisible timespace structure comprised of an infinite standing wave of the two components of light

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p<>{color:#000;}. The thought stream is the current of the time structure, the passage of time, the stream of consciousness through the brain, the “becoming of mind into matter” we experience as gravity

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p<>{color:#000;}. When we die, we discover we are still here

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p<>{color:#000;}. The Mind IS a universal standing wave:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Standing waves are those little ripples on the surface of coffee in a cup that is sitting upon a vibrating surface

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p<>{color:#000;}. Energy that is trapped inside something forms into standing waves. As the waves bounce all around, they cancel and reinforce, piling up in some places, invisible in others

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p<>{color:#000;}. The structure of timespace is comprised of a single, universal, invisible, infinite standing wave, comprised of the two simple properties of light

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p<>{color:#000;}. The entirety of timespace is ringing like a bell, resulting in one infinite standing wave. Atoms exist where the “peaks” of the timespace structure occur and form up into the objects we see around us. Gravity is where the “troughs” of these standing wave atoms exist, a gradient where timespace is on the verge of “becoming” matter

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p<>{color:#000;}. The universal standing wave can be seen as a phantasm of gears all meshing and turning in a play of paisley color

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mind reading is exactly the same thing as memory recall and precognition

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p<>{color:#000;}. All you see around you is a various mixture of pasts

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p<>{color:#000;}. Every mind reading transaction is of a future event or a memory, it either has not yet happened, and by the time it does, is then in the immediate past as a memory

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p<>{color:#000;}. The structure of time is comprised of a single, universal, invisible, infinite standing wave, comprised of the two simple properties of light: permittivity and permeability. It is this feature of the natural world of invisible spirit that we call the Mind.

Chapter 5, A computer software analogy:

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p<>{color:#000;}. A thread is a short sequence inside the Mind that the brain can access and activate

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p<>{color:#000;}. Threads are permanent timespace structures that have always existed throughout the universe, throughout all time

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p<>{color:#000;}. Threads are sharable by everyone, like a common memory

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p<>{color:#000;}. There are survival threads in use by animals and humans, like hunger, self-defense, stealth, etc.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Threads are pieces of trains of thought, like the grooves in a record, the rings in a tree

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p<>{color:#000;}. You can often remember where you were when you experienced a thread or heard a song

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p<>{color:#000;}. Music imitates consciousness, with phrases, themes and repeats

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p<>{color:#000;}. Threads are personal as well as global (common sense), some threads lead to a dead end (paradoxes), but most are very short

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p<>{color:#000;}. Some people re-run a thread in a loop, as in obsessive thinking

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p<>{color:#000;}. There are dinosaur threads still in existence, but no dinosaurs to actualize them (except for birds and lizards)

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p<>{color:#000;}. The empty-looking timespace surrounding us contains the operating system for the universe. Threads are tiny sequences of state transitions within the onion-like structure of timespace. Transitions are between “states of existence” and are the act of switching between tiny “parallel universes” of reality.

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p<>{color:#000;}. If you drop a thread (like a stitch) and lose your train of thought, you can just go back to the physical location where you began an idea, and there it is. Then you can re-enter that thread, because threads are somehow tied to physical locations

Chapter 6, How to read the thought stream:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Step 1. Open and clear your thought channel

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p<>{color:#000;}. Step 2. Enter “Controlled Daydreaming” mode

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p<>{color:#000;}. Step 3. Capture and analyze for External thoughts

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p<>{color:#000;}. Step 4. Re-probe the mind with each External

Chapter 7, Analyzing External thoughts:

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p<>{color:#000;}. The thought stream is opened and cleared out

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p<>{color:#000;}. While teetering upon the edge of sleep, you see threads flowing by

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p<>{color:#000;}. You reject Internal threads (Hunger and other bio-needs)

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p<>{color:#000;}. You grab an External and analyze it

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p<>{color:#000;}. It has strange content, so you point it back into the Mind as a “seed”

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p<>{color:#000;}. The next daydream resulting from the seed will have more detail

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p<>{color:#000;}. You re-analyze the stream of threads

Chapter 8: How the brain reads From the Mind:

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p<>{color:#000;}. The brain is a neural temporal diffraction grating

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p<>{color:#000;}. The brain is a synchronizing mind structure decoder

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thinking is a pattern recognition, context resolution process

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p<>{color:#000;}. Synaptic gates are a synchronizing delay mechanism

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p<>{color:#000;}. Synaptic delays are constantly being changed by the mind structure

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thoughts result from synaptic interactions with the mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. The brain is “strobing” the Mind at the rate of brain waves

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p<>{color:#000;}. The soul is a lifetime collection of discovered mind substructures

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p<>{color:#000;}. Our surroundings are functioning in the same way as the brain

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p<>{color:#000;}. The future of the futurepast Mind is malleable by our actions and thoughts

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thus, we control aspects of our future through our focus of ideas, our thoughts and our actions

Chapter 9: How the brain talks To the Mind:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Standing waves expose the atoms of the Mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. Standing waves are everywhere in daily life

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p<>{color:#000;}. Holograms are standing waves

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p<>{color:#000;}. Through quantum entanglement, the brain attaches to the Mind

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p<>{color:#000;}. Just as a strobe light “stops” the blades of a spinning fan, the brain strobes the gears of the mind, making visible a spectrum of thoughts hidden within. [4]

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p<>{color:#000;}. When the brain “strobes” the invisible structure comprising timespace, returning External threads will synchronize into the brain through quantum entanglement

Chapter 10, Mind reading examples:

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p<>{color:#000;}. See all of Chapter 10

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Appendix

[1] Edgar Allan Poe, 1848; H.G. Wells, 1895; Minkowski, 1908.

[2] Berman, Brad G. (2012). Theory on The Eternal mind, ISBN: 9781301896820

[3] Berman, Brad G. (2014). Accessing ESP – Theory and Guide to Your Personal Internet, ISBN: 9781310484698

[4] Berman, Brad G. (2014). Corridors of the mind, ISBN 9781311333148

[5] Berman, Brad G. (2014). Internet 2022, ISBN 9781310964084

[6] Berman, Brad G. (2015) Tales of Time’s Eternal Memory, ISBN 9781310401039

Berman, B. (2013). The Holographic Time Structure and Systems Biology Morphogenesis, PHILICA.COM Observation number 80

Berman, B. (2009). Time and the Consciousness of the Brain, PHILICA.COM Article number 157.


Advanced Mind Reading

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