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From: "D Smyth"
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Subject: Re: Smile
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Date: Wed, 4 Dec 2002 12:17:29 -0500
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A little off topic, but I too have amazingly vivid dreams. I believe it is
a side effect of the Zoloft *(seratonin) I take. They are usually pleasant
dreams, most often related to my former work in broadcasting (I'm now
retired) and often involving people I have not seen or even thought of for
30 years. There is also a recurrent theme of "winging it" through a series
of on air mishaps.
As for the middle of the night inspiration.... That's actually a trick you
can use to solve problems. Mull over the problem, whatever it is. Then put
it out of your mind completely by watching TV or reading a book or getting
involved in some activity. You invariably will wake up with the solution the
next day. What you are doing is forcing the data into your subconscious
where it is worked on and solved...sort of a multi-tasking exercise. Try it.
It works. A common example of it my case is in crossword puzzles. I will be
absolutely stumped over one section of the puzzle. I put it aside for an
hour or two and when I pick it up again, the answer leaps off the page.
"Sir Charles W. Shults III" wrote in message
> "Michael A. Terrell" wrote in message
> > Do you ever wake in the middle of the night, and run down to your
> > shop with the solution to a problem that bugged you all day, and it
> > works the first try?
> That happens often enough that I expect it!
> Chip Shults
> My robotics, space and CGI web page - http://home.cfl.rr.com/aichip
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