Thursday, 30 April 2015

The Unlimited Potential Of The Human Mind

Human MindIt is now estimated that we as humans, despite the common myth that we only use 10% of our brain’s capacity, actually use up to 30% of our brain’s capacity at any one given time.

However, we do not always utilize the same 30% of our brains and we tend to use different parts at different times, but just how powerful would our minds become if we could learn how to utilize as much as 90% of the brain’s true potential? Our brains are pre-programmed by nature to only tune-in to certain frequencies that exist, which we perceive via our five senses. We see, we hear, we smell, we taste and we feel and this allows us to create a mental map of the physical world around us (our perception of reality).

However, we also know for a fact that there is information out there which we are not pre-programmed to tune into – certain animals can hear sounds outside of the range of audio frequency that humans can hear – so, what are those animals hearing that humans cannot? The Mexican fresh-water tetra fish uses it’s pineal gland to detect light because it’s eyes are buried too deep beneath the flesh to be able to see, yet it’s pineal gland is actually buried deeper beneath the flesh than it’s eye are.
 
What is the Mexican fresh-water tetra fish capable of experiencing at this level of reality?

Another example is the fact that we know there are light-waves in space which we are unable to perceive, yet we know they are there. What realities are these light-waves creating? The fact that such things exist is a clear indication that there must be multiple levels of vibrational frequencies, wave-forms and information that we do not have the capability of experiencing, yet other life-forms may very well do.

Human perception is unreliable. The human mind has a tendency to make many generalizations, deletions and distortions throughout each day (selective attention) – much of the information, even information which we are able to perceive, is filtered out if not relevant to our experience.
Such generalizations, deletions and distortions can be minimized by developing our sensory acuity.

So, what if we could overcome these obstacles and physical restraints?
What if we could simultaneously access 90% of our brains capacity whilst tuning into alternate frequencies of reality and learn how to use our sensory acuity to absorb more information?

Would we be able to perceive parallel existence on these frequencies?
Would we be able to send and receive information telepathically on these frequencies?

[ Image from Pixabay – Public Domain – http://pixabay.com/en/head-brain-man-face-forehead-607479/ ]

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