Quoting: Unit3 Quoting: Chaol
What if a non-profit consciousness research group is legally formed? Then is it logical? Quoting: Unit3
If the intention was to enrich participants by USD $50 million, I don't see how it would make sense in different perspectives.
Care to illustrate how?
Because $150 million USD is needed for the land, buildings, equipment and salaries.
Then an other route may likely be found (by your sub-conscious) that uses less energy. The money could come from other sources, for example. (It also assumes that everyone would give all or most of the money to the research facility.)
The idea is to make it so that the only logical way to get to your destination is to take a route that your intention is on.
Imagine you're Bill Gates and it's the 1980s. You have only 1 wish. Do you:
1) Wish that Microsoft become the biggest software company in the world, or
2) create a plan for you to perceive your software being installed on PC after PC?
perhaps his Genius model would be like the following...Symbol = create Windows
Potential Energy = Computer hard drives
Interaction = people interfacing with Windows
Logic = whenever someone purchases a copy of Windows I will input 1 additional value of pi into my spreadsheet
So in this example, the destination is reached by defining the route.
And as the space for interaction expands in perspective (the size of hard drives) so do the interactions with the software.
The problem with #1 is that you have not symbolized your intentions to your sub-conscious, so it does not know what you want to perceive. Your sub-conscious does not speak English. It communicates metaphorically and, thus, creates your reality through symbology.