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Subconscious Enlightenment (An unstructured molecular based system)

Part 1 Project 2012
Mai Ghazi
Arab Academy for Science & Technology, Alexandria Alexandria Egypt
“One of the unfortunate things about our education system is that we do not teach students how to avail themselves of their subconscious capabilities.” Bill Lear

One has to go through a planned process of an educational system to know his/her purpose in life. It take long years of education to just learn about general information of sciences and more years to discover ones specialty within those sciences. It is as George Herbert said “Life is half spent before we know what it is”.

Since our subconscious mind knows why we are here or what we are great at. It is embedded within it. Why not then give it the leading wheel and make it choose our path of life. If we let it select the matters we should study, we shall unleash its abilities and even create new species of sciences. This will contract the time needed to discover our point of power (talent) leaving us with the rest of life to excel at it.

The subconscious mind can help achieve two issues. One is the manipulation of time which is done by manipulating the action taking place within it (action of learning)and the other is to create new species of sciences.

Life is a series of experiences that take us on a journey up and down. By giving a glimpse of those experiences to the subconscious mind, it could tell us whether we shall continue in that path or not. If it is the path that will take us up or the one that will drive us down. One is subjected to images referring to different sciences, measuring the energy of his/her’s mind in response to each image will indicate the direction he/she shall continue in. Even if further within, alterations occurred to the energy then he/she would be disconnected and shifted to another path instead of going further within the wrong path and discovering it at the end.

Those paths are not constant as every mind creates a new hybrid of sciences according to their subconscious hidden information. This formation process is brought to life through architecture.

Mai Ghazi

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2012
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