Einstein Method To Rapid Solutions
Einstein Method To Rapid Solutions
Albert Einstein provided brilliant theories and ideas to our
world. But where did these ideas originate? Experience,
education, the twilight zone or all of the above? It's been
reported that Mr. Einstein said his best work resulted from
ideas while engaging in "something like" daydreaming.
We all daydream. The difference between your daydreams and
Einstein's daydreams is what happens before and after the
daydream. Did you plan your daydream, or did it just happen?
Wonderful solutions to almost any dilemma can be created
while engaging in "something like" daydreaming. Be it
business-related such as marketing, management or finding
those pesky dollars needed for financing to a personal
nature like resolving relationship issues or overcoming
mental barriers. "Something like" daydreaming can help. Now
let's explore the "something like" part and how you can use
it today and any day.
When you daydream, physiological changes take place. If you
recall your last occurrence, you probably felt as if no one
was around you anymore. You were whisked off in your own
little world. Imagining great things and what you would love
to do "if you had the chance." What happened physiologically
is your alpha brain waves became more dominant. Based on 20
years of brain wave research by the late British biofeedback
researcher C. Maxwell Cade, while in this "light-alpha"
state of mind, you become more relaxed. Ideas flow easier.
And they disappear quickly. To obtain more genius solutions
and cement the ideas, you have to access "Einstein's level."
Mr. Einstein's "something like" daydreaming level is known
as the theta brain wave level. This state of mind is
commonly referred to as the twilight zone. The fuzzy area
between sleep and awake. The time of amazing creativity and
astonishing memory recall. The trick is to plan your
"daydream" to generate a solution for whatever problem you
wish to solve at the moment. Simply write down everything
you know about the problem 'before it became a problem!
In other words, step back in time. What was right before it
For example, suppose your business sales declined. You're
pulling out your hair screaming, "What happened?" Take out
a sheet of paper. Write exactly what you were doing to
produce the sales. Such as financing, personnel, marketing,
etc. Now compare that to your present situation. Notice the
differences. Write down where you want to be and when. Now
enter the theta-alpha brain wave level and visualize what
you just wrote 'including the final successful stage. The
final step is to say, "I now release these ideas and request
a brilliant solution using any or all of my current
resources." Now return to normal, waking consciousness and
go about your day. Do not dwell on the problem any longer.
When the idea returns, quickly stop whatever you're doing,
write it down and follow it precisely.
To access the theta-alpha brain wave level, you basically
have two choices. The old-fashioned way or the "new" high-
tech method. The old way is finding a mentor who will teach
you meditation. Over time, you will gradually learn how to
quickly access the deep levels of the mind. That could take
years and requires extreme desire and dedication. Or you
could step into the theta-alpha state of mind instantly
using today's technology. With the help of mind electronics,
you can tap into "Einstein's level" by simply pressing play
on your CD player.
Copyright 2003 Dave Czach.
Editor's Note: Dave Czach has been a part-time experiential
mindbody researcher since 1993. You can contact him and find
mindbody CD's at his website: http://SonicPoint.com.
About the Author
Dave Czach has been an experiential mindbody researcher since 1993. You can contact him and find mindbody CD's at his website: http://sonicpoint.com
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