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      Can you really make a textbook appear lets say ib calculus(or whatever youre learning or learned) and literally learn fast that subject(maybe not the whole thing but some)? I would love to!

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      I don't think so. When you think about it, how would your mind get information about calculus without ever knowing it. But if you try to study information in your dreams, I think it may be possible. Also, it is said that it is easier to think in your dreams since there aren't any physical senses to distract your mind, so you may even remember you subject better, being that it becomes recorded in your subconcious.

      P.S. Even if you do learn something in your dream, you still need good dream recall to remember what you learned.
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      Oh well thnx, ill try tonight and see how it goes.

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      Quote Originally Posted by bastkittygal View Post
      Oh well thnx, ill try tonight and see how it goes. [/b]
      Post your results this is interesting. I wonder if they could make a research team for this?
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      I've heard of people that practice photo reading taking a book and photo reading it in like 2 minutes, then in their lucid dream picking up that same book and sitting down to read the whole thing.

      I believe this could be very possible and plan to practice it in the near future!

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      Quote Originally Posted by mikeyfbi View Post
      I've heard of people that practice photo reading taking a book and photo reading it in like 2 minutes, then in their lucid dream picking up that same book and sitting down to read the whole thing.[/b]
      What a good idea! Someone try it!

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      Quote Originally Posted by mikeyfbi View Post
      I've heard of people that practice photo reading taking a book and photo reading it in like 2 minutes, then in their lucid dream picking up that same book and sitting down to read the whole thing.

      I believe this could be very possible and plan to practice it in the near future!
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      When I first came to this website I was wondering the same thing. But then I came to realize that even though it'd be cool, it would be a waste of a lucid dream. Unless you had them every night, which then wouldn't be a waste.
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      Quote Originally Posted by bastkittygal View Post
      Can you really make a textbook appear lets say ib calculus(or whatever youre learning or learned) and literally learn fast that subject(maybe not the whole thing but some)? I would love to!
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      I am an old man and this is what I've learned... that the mind never stops thinking about what seems important. If one feels that it is important, then the mind will keep working it.

      For instance, we all can remember times when we were at a loss for a word or a name, and then it came to our minds later. The mind was still processing.

      Then years ago I was pressed into the Armed Forces of a Major Military Power, but I was allowed to keep my violin. But then there was a major campaign and all such luxuries had to be kept back at the rear. Along with being worried of my survival, I was also worried that my playing would suffer from lack of practice. But when the battles were over and I returned to Garrison, I was surprised to find that in some areas my playing had even improved -- I had new flourishes and riffs that I had not had before. It was as though I had continued my ordinary practices all that time.


      so what does this mean. It means that you will not read the books in your dreams. You must read these books while awake. But think about what you read. Think deeply until you have to question your own conclusions. And if it is really important to you, whether you remember your dreams or not, you will awake with increased understanding.

      It might help if you look at the mind and consciousness in two ways. First, see the Mind as a whole as a huge 3 dimensional mass that is run through and through with pathways going from everywhere to everywhere else. Consciousness can only take one pathway at a time and can only be aware of one pathway at a time. See Consciousness as a tiny point of light that can travel through the large mass of mind but shining its light from whatever path it happens to be on. But the Mind is everypath all at once. And the arrangement and organization of these Paths does not have to depend upon Consciousness. the Mind can Organize without the Light of Consciousness. Now some consciousness and awareness may help catalyze some aspects of Mental Development and Organization. But the Mind could well organize on its own. So it is that we can think of a problem, and forget about it, and then suddenly have the answer pop up into our awareness sometime later.

      So Conscious Awareness may not be absolutely essential, but I do believe that whatever it is we would wish to mentally develop, it must be important to us... it must have some emotional weight and value. The Mind works on what the Heart cares about.


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