seeking_brilliance

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  1. Experimentation is the best answerπŸ˜‰
  2. For a helpful tonic, I suggest GABA
  3. @Michael569 here is a good video to get a basic idea. This focuses on how to use the mind palace as a memory retention tool. Additionally, I use my palace for intuitive reading. For example, I could grab a book from the library titled - what should I do today? (or literally anything else) then open the book and see what's written on the first page. Of course if you don't see the writing, you go with the first thing that pops into mind.
  4. What if it could remember being a moth? Lol jk. No I wouldn't want to try and explain death, merely have a guided look to facing it. Like, just stop running and look at it. That sort of thing.
  5. @Mu_ πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™ splendid. You have me so much fuel for thought. Since my guided visualizations are guided journeys, I was thinking of doing it in a haunted house episode. πŸ˜±πŸ˜‹ I think I would address the fear of growing old in same thing. Very connected and huge topic amongst my friends(well when I say huge, they just complain about it but don't want to talk about it.)
  6. https://www.facebook.com/367116489976035/posts/4487184801302496/ Google might only require six month degrees soon.
  7. Thanks, interesting approach to talking about death. It's like youve been reading my mind πŸ˜‰ I've been thinking of doing a guided visualization that would help to face the fear of death, but still considering the right way to go about it.
  8. Leo is grace, whatchu talking about? Is it not matching up with your concept?
  9. @bastih follow your heart ❀️😊
  10. My local sonic drive thru is hiring.
  11. Same, in fact, you may as well just call me Mr. Synchronicity. πŸ˜‰
  12. @bastih would look into law of attraction and synchronicities.
  13. My take: perceived repetitive results.