A Mind Exercise For Discovery

Law of Attraction – Mind Series

Here is a little exercise that you can do in just a few minutes which can yield some interesting experiences about your mind and its multiplicity.

You can do this with any reading material, a book, magazine it does not matter.

Start reading out loud then in mid sentence, without stopping for a millisecond, continue reading silently in your mind.

I will not say what you will discover because that makes you look for something and then you will not gain the benefit of the exercise.

When you try this and discover the results, email me privately or post your comments on this article, and we can discuss it further.

You should be able to see it the first try, but if you do not notice anything, do it a few times until you get that moment of awareness.

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6 Responses to A Mind Exercise For Discovery

  1. Andy Sophocleous March 17, 2010 at 6:07 am #

    I found that when I switched from reading out-loud, to when I read silently, I forgot what I was reading and had to go back. If I concentrated this would stop happening and I felt more awake when reading.


    • David Samuel July 21, 2010 at 10:52 am #

      That is an excellent discovery Andy. Now you know how to increase your time being awake. The more time spent awake, the more awake you become in general.

  2. anita March 26, 2010 at 8:46 am #

    wow, i found that if i took notice of the words that i read ‘in my mind’ and took all the separate peices of silent words.. there was a huge message for me… and so true/relevant to where i am at…. thankyou for this experience.. i will take action on this 🙂

    • David Samuel July 21, 2010 at 11:05 am #

      I am pleased you found such a great benefit Anita. The Kaballah teaches the permutation of letters. That is the practice of taking a sentence, then focusing on one word, from the word to focus on one letter. then the letter is made of lines, the lines of ink. All is just ink placed in a way to make words and thoughts, but the ink could be arranged to make other words and thus invoke other thoughts. This exercise is to show the seeker that all thoughts are merely created based on the formations of ink.

  3. sayan sengupta July 21, 2010 at 10:30 am #

    while doing the exercise i felt there was a slight shift in my state of awareness. when i started reading silently, the words were a bit difficult to grasp initially and it needed effort to find meaning out of the sentence. but after a couple of seconds found myself more aware..
    it would be good if you could elaborate your experience a bit if you don’t mind!

    • David Samuel July 21, 2010 at 11:24 am #

      I agree with Sayan, if Anita would be willing to expand a bit more that would be wonderful to read. And for you Sayan, think about the Hindu teaching that enlightenment is found in the gap between the in breath and exhale. There is a fraction of a second in the shift you experienced that if are able to be present and ‘catch’ that shift, you may be very surprised by the results.

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