Making 50 observations of interest
Today is Saturday, June 4. I am in New York City in mid-town, and with a little time to play, I am using an imaging technique developed by Dr. Win Wenger of The Renaissance Project--his organization is devoted to accelerated learning and problem solving--called 50 Observations. Win suggests that to increase intelligence exponentially, it is valuable to note and then write down 50 observations of events, situations, visuals, or things noticed....without interpreting them, in a given day. He suggests doing 50 observations regularly, daily, but I just remembered this technique today.
For my blog emphasizing a self-experiment combining intent, synchronicity, with observation, I shall see if any of the 50 arbitrary, interesting observations are seen again... a second, third, or synchronous time.
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