Kevin Schmidt

Ojai, CA, United States

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http://Causense.com

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Kevin Schmidt
Posted almost 3 years ago
Conversation with Simon Lewis: How do we make the most of our Consciousness?
'Why are these solutions [to making "the most of our consciousness"] a hidden secret?' There are several reasons for this. I have found that if you pose this question to 100 so called thinking experts, they will give you more than 100 answers. All of these answers will be incomplete, few will describe the actual thinking processes, which will also be incomplete, and all answers will be needlessly complicated and difficult to understand for all but the highly educated, which are the ones who need to improve their thinking abilities the least. "How can we develop an integrated approach to maximize our most precious resource on Earth — our collective consciousness — and nurture it in each of us?" This is a problem I have been working on for the past several years. The answer can be found in the way we define the method of communication between the participants in a collective consciousness endeavor. If we allow complete freedom of communication, the conversation usually devolves quickly into illogical thinking and angry uncivil behavior towards other participants. Conversely, if we are overly restrictive, such as a town hall meeting conducted under 'Robert's Rules of Order', many of the participants will feel alienated and frustrated by a cumbersome and complicated process that they believe serves to stifle their input. Also, many people enter a problem solving discussion with a hidden agenda, and because of that, they take sides and take ownership of ideas that have not been fully explored. Like a high school debate, their goal is to win the argument, and not to collaborate with one another to find the the best possible solutions with the greatest consensus. These issues, among others that serve only to limit effective communication between the participants and to stifle collaboration, can be eliminated by using the right system. I explain one possible solution here: http://Causense.com Feel free to respond by using the feedback form at the bottom of the page
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Kevin Schmidt
Posted almost 3 years ago
Conversation with Simon Lewis: How do we make the most of our Consciousness?
I have had success with Ginko and Gotu Kola. Don't waste your money on the little containers of capsules. I go through that much in under a week. Instead, buy it online in one pound bags. Other herbs help too, such as Basil and Sage. Your brain is mostly fat, so stay away from low fat diets. Eat avocados, olives and the oil, coconuts and the oil, and nuts like walnuts, pecans, and brazil nuts. A word of caution. Taking Ginko and other brain herbs is like upgrading your computer. They do nothing in the way of making you think better or smarter. They just makes you think faster, whether your thoughts are good, bad, positive or negative. It is up to you to program and reprogram the software of your mind to achieve the best thinking results.