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“Everything you can imagine is real.” Pablo Picasso

Published on 5/16/2017
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Research and exploration is not something which has much to do with our day to day life but maybe it should.  We tend to look elsewhere for our inspiration. 

 Typically to the very, very big, to understand where we fit into the universe or the very, very small, to find out how everything fits together!

But take continual delight in knowing that there is so much of our seemingly mundane daily life which remains largely unexplained.  We know so little about us.

We are so strange.  So much so we just gave up trying to work ourselves out.  A poorly paced evolution has left our brains wired up in weird ways.

We often do things which are totally illogical and counterintuitive things.  We produce the unexpected from the seemingly mundane situations.  We do not see, learn, feel or heal like we think we do.

Some top weird things our brains do:

 We do not know ourselves like we think we know ourselves.  We have all done one of those personality tests.  There are hundreds of fake ones floating around the internet.

You get that little booklet which sums you up, we tend do think “Wow! That’s me.  So clever how they did that!”  In truth, we are very likely to say the exact same thing we were handed a fluffy, vague description.  It is called the Forer Effect and it makes advertisers quite giddy.

  We do not learn like we think we learn.  There is a strong relationship between our imagination and muscle memory.  Imagining doing something successfully is just as good as, and sometimes even better than actually doing it.

 If you are learning to play the piano, visualizing the keys, seeing your hands move through the chords is just as good as sitting down in front of the piano.  One can only hope the drummer next door reads this.

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