One fifth of a second. 200 milliseconds. Is how fast we process input neurally.
It takes that long from the front door of the building to the part of the brain making decisions. But what if we could make decisions differently? Using different strategies? Could these strategies be even faster than this slower cortical loop already charted? Could we break through to new territories of experience?
We think so, and this app explores two different modalities to learn how.The first mode relies on time distortion and filtering down deeper into our perceptual stack. In other words, leaving the corner office and actually walking out towards the middle managers closer to the customer input. The Tibetans did this through meditation, walking right down the stack of consciousness to determine a simple thought has 38 stages before it emerges into awareness as an actual “thought.”
A special type of concentration is required for observing the contents of mind with that level of granularity: the surface of attention has to be like teflon; nothing sticks, everything passing is new and shiny. This mode would no doubt be successful in Odin’s Mind and […]