Quick note... This is not expressly important to your life however some of the contained concepts may be helpful in some way. Take this with a grain of salt.
So for a long time I had been thinking about how you could make your mind do whatever you want it to. I thought about it a lot in school. Mainly because I have a terrible memory. So here is the paper I have written about it.
Would it not be nice to learn complex things easily? Well listen to this theory. To understand these concepts you must read all of this.
Do you know what subliminal Messages are? If you do then go to paragraph #4. If you do not then I will tell you.
Subliminal messages are images or sounds played so fast as to not be perceived and thought over in the state of common consciousness. It works the best when it cannot be perceived by your consciousness. Please do not confuse the word conscious with conscience. Subliminal messages are used everyday on magazine covers that say certain words. Subliminal messages are not the most effective used that way, because you can perceive them in a conscious state of mind. The more masked the message the more effective it becomes. Subliminal messages are commonly thought to be illegal but are not. But it is very unsocially kind and should not be done for the use of selling anything or persuasion.
OK. Now you know what subliminal messages are. Why is that important? Well, I plan to use that concept for a teaching process. I mean not to brainwash, but to teach at a rapid neural pace. OK now I am going to tell you a few theories to go with this main theory, so keep reading.
Say you have 4 words in a sentence and four sentences in that paragraph. Now we are going to compress each sentence into one piece of data. That is what a sentence is. Now we do that to all of the sentences. Now we call each piece of data a word. That is what a word is. Each word has a meaning to make the whole sentence or one piece of neural data. Look at Fig.1 for an example.
Now for another theory. When you think of where your thoughts preside what do you think of? Do you think your brain, mind, etc.? Well thoughts are not really a tangible product of your mind. Like all of these things I am speaking of are just a product created between by brain and thoughts. Here is an example. I am hungry and I want cookies. (That is a thought.) Now your brain responds with information of where you possibly could obtain the cookies and the type possibly.
Lets call your brain a place of neural information. Information is tangible. Now I am going to talk using some computer terminology. Hang on. Computers have an object called a hard drive. This is where information is stored in files. The files are organized very logically. It is like your brain in the aspect of storage of information. Now before you would use subliminal messages to learn you should probably mentally partition your mind into two drives. One would contain your Neural information and thought pieces. Your other one would contain all subliminally programed information. Refer to the example:
In that illustration it shows that slave 2 is the drive created for subliminal storage of extremely unnatural subliminal programs. Such as a mental clock.
First you must create a mental interface so as to call up the subliminal programs. It may be simple or complex like MsDos vs. Windows Xp.
Finally. Now I can get to the main reason of this paper. I want to design and program a program that will be able to create programs to play through a subliminal devise. The devise will be a helmet that has video goggles and headphones. The headphones will be the kind that block out all other sound except for the subliminal sound track. The helmet will be dark inside so that the video is all you see.
The program will allow you to make a subliminal teaching file. It will allow you to have it play for however many times and the frame rate. The average frame rate in the US @ Japan at the time of the writing was 30 frames per second. The program will allow you to add text files to it and split the files sentences into each frame. It will also allow sound and pictures files to be added. A text to speech program will help. To scan in text in use a canner and software. The software needs to take and recognize the scanned text and convert it into a text file before being read.
Here is an example. Say McDonalds sponsors a film and wants to play 3 frames every second for the entire film that says, "EAT MCDONALDS BURGERS!" If the film is 2 hours long then you would have subconsciously perceived that statement 21,600 times. I think it would be fairly effective and that is just small percentage of the whole amount of frames.
This paper was written back when I was in high school. A little outdated as some of that software is now available.
Think of the mind with the subconscious and the conscious portions. The subconscious is where information is stored and retrieved to be utilized by the conscious portion of the mind. The conscious portion of the mind is where the processing is done. You may make a conscious decision to do something however your subconscious may house your fears of that action and not allow you to do it. You must break your subconscious by doing it a few different ways. However the most normal way of putting information into the subconscious portion of your mind is done with what most call learning.
Let's start with learning. What is it? Picture this...
The subconscious is a large field behind a gate. There is a gate keeper at this gate. He is the keeper of the memory. He decides if a piece of information stays or goes and for how long. So information goes to the keeper and asks for admittance. The keeper decides if it should stay. Let's say a piece is somewhat important. So he lets the info stay for a week. Then it gets kicked out. The more times the info goes to the keeper the more the keeper thinks it should stay. Eventually the keeper says it can stay for good. If it is something huge and very important it may only take once to enter and stay. Just depends on the importance to the keeper...not the conscious mind. The conscious mind has little control over the admittance. It only has the ability to submit the information.
So let's review:
Information is submitted by the conscious thought of the mind to the keeper. The keeper decides the importance of the information and decides the admittance time to the subconscious mind/memory.
So there are a few different types of "learning" that a person can do. Most of the following concepts are not of choice though.
This is where your brain is forced to accept massive amounts of information about a subject blaring and forced into the memory where all other thoughts are pushed so far out that your brain is scrubbed and replaced with whatever the brainwasher washed it with. This is an insane concept and very evil. For instance if you took someone and taped their eyes open in front of a ton of TVs blaring a certain type of image or concept with very very loud music it would force the brain to accept it. Reason being the gatekeeper would see that information as vital to living and keeping itself alive as well.
This is where the gatekeeper cannot perceive the information and thus forces its way quickly past the gatekeeper without the gatekeeper knowing that it is now in the subconsciousness behind it. Sounds and images can do this. It is where perception of a concept is hidden and slyly gets past the gatekeeper.
This is where the gatekeeper is put on pause and the subconscious gates are left open. First the gatekeeper must be able to be put asleep however. The gatekeeper of different people allow or disallow trust in a person to put it to sleep. This is the most accepting type of information taking methods. This however does not cover all the bases of a subject. Subliminal and brainwashing methods cover more ground about subjects than hypnotism does unless the hypnotist knows how to word and relate things within the subjects mind.
Just to let you know that the fight between the conscious and subconscious mind is nutty. The more a piece of information is presented the more valuable it is taken by the gatekeeper of your mind. Some of my other posts relate to this concept.