Mind Reading For the Millions #3
I’m the first guy to “put the meter” on human thought. Dogs, too.
I’m not the first guy to claim to do it.
Dr. Milton Metfessel, of the University of Southern California, claimed to do it, but he did a half-baked job.
He measured thoughts by hooking up an electrical amplifier to the tongue, measuring nerve impulses with an external device.
Tongue movements almost always accompany thinking and “silent” reading, which is why ENT (ear, nose, & throat) specialists proscribe reading after throat surgery.
We’re accountable for every thought we have that moves the tongue, but not for the ones that don’t.
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“The more you talk to others, the stupider you become. The more you talk to yourself, the still more stupider you become. The more you don’t talk but keep on talking, the smarter you become. Most people want to keep talking for talk’s sake, and therefore find themselves running out of what to talk about. And if they get to themselves, they’re still afraid to talk to themselves. But it’s all right to talk to yourself as long as you don’t move your lips. So the ability to sit down and wait and listen is an art that provides the avenue of awareness to talk of things outside of the range of what you project, so when a question comes up you can either comment or wait for all the other commentaries to reach the end of their projection, then you can pick up from there and go further.”
Truth be told, the SPINE is an electrical amplifier for the brain, so no extraneous amplification is needed.
The lumbar and sacral nerves are extremely effective brain-signal amplifiers, basically turning the feet into two loudspeakers.
Hands are also loudspeakers, just not as loud.
Thoughts speak louder than words, and thoughts, as well as words, are ACTIONS.
And actions can be MEASURED and INTERPRETED.