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Today, my mental muscles acted on their own initiative. I think. But let me start at the beginning.
In the shower this morning, I asked a psychic question that required numbers. The ethereal software told me it’s not integrated with the numbers-receiving part of my mind, and offered to set that up. Took about 20 minutes, it was easy, I was pleased.
Then, around 11am, my head starts tingling, and I feel overly-alert. After verifying that no one was trying to communicate with me, and that the psychic ethereal software wasn’t setting up new connections, I… Well, I don’t recall exactly what I thought, and I don’t know that I thought any one thing. I wasn’t worried, though it did seem odd. I wasn’t perplexed, because I was focused on problem-solving, but I didn’t have a clear next step, either. But I knew something weird was going on.
After a few dead ends, I engaged all the mental muscles involved in communication, and immediately saw: Those mental muscles were doing more setup. Weird. I mean, I do this kind of setup all the time, but this is the first time they’ve done it on their own, without conscious guidance from me. It worried me — I couldn’t say definitively that this shouldn’t happen, but it doesn’t seem right. Could my mental muscles take over my thinking? Split from my brain? I had no idea.
Though, looking back, perhaps it’s just the first time I’ve noticed.
I wanted to call my mentors, but I couldn’t communicate without interfering with this setup. And the setup looked useful. So, no answers yet.
(Update: Since writing this, I have done training on it. Everything is good. I’ll post the solution tomorrow.)
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