Another thought process that manifested while reading the book:
- Capturing dreams (when you dream) is possible if mind had a mind of its own
- Capturing thoughts when the thoughts arise
- Capturing words when they are spoken ad-hoc and without any premonition
- Capturing feelings when they blossom
- Capturing ideas when they originate
- Capturing masterpieces when they spring
Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to do the above? If only these could be captured, it would facilitate playback and validation. Mistakes can be avoided or corrections could be made in the least.
A few questions linger in my mind:
- Is conditioning the only way the capturing system can perform the implicit reflex action of capturing these entities that rise from within?
- Can man be taught to capture at will through exercises – based on a mixture of logical and rational rules?
- Will it be successful across the board in all areas of life or will be successful in only one or few areas of interest to the person in question?
- Will capturing every aspect of one’s life as soon as it emerges be an overkill or can it still be accomplished without being stressed out?
I think the answer is ‘Yes‘ to all, in one way or the other. It is possible to fully achieve everything that comes to your mind or that inspires you, and yet remain unstressed.
Steve Pavlina said in on of his podcasts, you don’t necessarily have to limit yourself to focusing on one area alone- instead, go with the flow without any inhibition. Only when you give the option or thought to your mind about either overdoing or fear of some other sort, the mind will thenget a reference thought to base decisions on.
Understand that Nature (or the Supreme Force) will always play the deterrent if it needs to do so. Just go with the flow, the momentum will guide itself unto the goal.