SHARE Although studying creativity is considered a legitimate scientific discipline nowadays, it is still a very young one.
Defining it precisely is not the same as knowing how to hear it. There is a lot of noise these days and signals are harder to resolve. People all around the world, some of them experts at obfuscation and disinformation, create noise disguised as signal and even if they did not, the overwhelming amount of real signal turns massive successive waves of too much information into noise as well.
Learning to discern the signal in the noise is an acquired skill, and distinguishing truth and truthiness and half-truths and lies from one another is not trivial. In the good old days, we used footnotes and documentation to establish credible points of reference.
We used rotary telephones, too, however, and drove our own automobiles. But our brains can be enlisted as allies too in the search for truths. We can train ourselves in the skills we need to have a clue about the real … and beyond the noise of the political landscape, the really real.
I mean, the really REAL real. We can learn to listen, to hear the signal in the noise. When someone who is blind learns braille, the brain develops greater connectivity for the fingertips, the sensitivity of which is critical to distinguishing words from bumps.
We call that capacity plasticity, a flexibility that allows the brain to cooperate with executive decisions made by the pre-frontal cortex to learn new things. Consciousness is nine-tenths below the service of what we think but can be enlisted in its full strength by intentional decisions.
A stunning example of this ability is a blind professor at MIT who attended parties where numerous conversations were taking place and could distinguish and remember the content of them all.
He also trained himself to play cassette tapes remember those? A playful example is when I play duplicate bridge.
Between hands, we are not supposed to discuss the hand we played because the hints it gives to those who have not yet played that hand can be significant.
When I closed my eyes and relaxed after a deal, I noticed at first the confusion of a number of conversations around me. But when I chose to attend to this one or that one, the rest became background noise. I could hop from one to the other as I chose. The conversations turned from noise to signal.
It happened when I intended that it happen and then practiced until it did. When I first began to do meditation, I heard a lot of noise. When we notice we are paying attention to noise and take back the reins of our attention, we detach from the noise and attend instead to that luminous cloud in which the chattering mind seems to be embedded or from which it appears to emerge.
We see the noise from outside the noise. Joe McMoneagle was one of the remote viewers used by the government. Remote viewing is the monitored use of structured protocols for gathering intelligence by clairvoyance.
Intense concentration and frequent feedback loops enabled them to visualize the material and frame it or image it or draw it as a gestalt.
When predisposed genetically to get good at that — not everyone was — some got very good indeed, but it required a lot of time and feedback and practice. Describing the location of a jet that went down in a jungle or a new Soviet nuclear submarine before other sources of intelligence detected it were not trivial achievements.
This is what McMoneagle told me about that: I mean by that that it took us 30, years to discover fire but only a few years to learn how to build a pump laser.
As we are becoming more and more sophisticated, our ability to conceptualize is becoming more and more complex. Studying it from a remote viewing standpoint is very interesting, but if you take remote viewing out of the equation and look at the fact that we have to operate while constantly immersed in that broadband noise, we can make certain assumptions.
So we believe that out of our wonderment and creativity we generate a pump laser when in fact the concepts for the reality of that may lie within the broadband noise and only when we reach a certain level of sophistication are we able to understand it and therefore build it.
This implies a very interesting proposition: It implies that our more esoteric thoughts like thoughts of a creator or God may be very similar across sentient minds.Do Vampires Jumper do androids dream of electric sheep thesis ideas Grey Smelling.
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