Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Humans and Brain Access
Q. I've seen the trailer of the new movie Lucy. And I have been wondering based on its trailer that when a human accesses 100% of their brain, they are able to change their physical appearance, move objects, and see the information sent wirelessly.
My question is, are the geniuses of today's time only access 10% of their brain capacity? Or is this a myth already? What are your thoughts on this? Thank you!
A. When I first tune into this question, my mind sees a brain, and then different portions starts to light up. There are places randomly lit up, but there is a significant portion that remains dark (especially near the central back of the brain). [I cannot get a clear percent, but based on my image it was 20% or less}. Then I realized that our brains are much like other advanced species (ie Extraterrestrial life), but the difference is that we only have found out how to use and access certain portions, whereas much of ET life is capable of accessing more, which allows for the advanced thought and also mental abilities such as mental telepathy to occur.
I will say too that even the most advanced ET life cannot access everything. I get that is something that is earned and learned over several lives. Humans (and ETs) cannot handle using that much of the brain at our current density and vibration. Even species that are able to teleport, shape shift and see things outside the normal scope of vision accesses far less than 100%. I cannot get a clear picture of what 100% would be (my human vibration range won't allow me to see it), but I will say it has a feeling of magnificence.
As people learn to tap into other parts of their brain (through mental exercise, meditation, detoxing, etc), you can unlock more of your brain, but even then you may only gain 5% of less. (However, that 5% can make a huge difference.)
Then I got that in instances of mental disabilities (autism, schizophrenia, savants) something has happened where they have access to alternate parts of their brain, but there was some kind of a tradeoff in the process where the traditional parts were either closed off or a rerouting effect occurs where they can access the routine parts of the brain, but the nerves have to use a different pathway to get there and information can get "jumbled" in the process. The medications used to either tame behaviors only cloud up the access to the other parts of the brain (and at times the whole brain is compromised and cloudy).
And that is all I have for this reading. Thank you. Narrated reading on YouTube.