Well, as if it isn’t enough to be reminded by every health advocate and medical doctor on the planet to physically exercise at least three times a week, now we have to exercise our minds as well. The reasons are convincing, however, as Dr. Joseph Mercola states on his web site blog,” Mental stimulation, such as traveling, learning to play an instrument or doing crossword puzzles, can help lessen the risk of Alzheimer’s. Scientists believe that constantly challenging your brain helps make it less prone to the lesions associated with Alzheimer’s disease.”
And so, wanting to keep all of my SunbonnetSmart family healthy and alert, I am offering my idea of a Mind Gym to challenge you into mental health for years to come. This is the place to visit for mental exercise, to learn something new and expand your thinking. Some things that will be discussed will seem strange and some you will not agree with or be able to wrap your arms around. But, hopefully all will be worth your consideration.
And so, now I will offer you the concept of The Tenth Dimension, a line of thinking made popular by Rob Bryanton in his book and video on the subject. So, see what you think of the Tenth Dimension….
From Answers.com: If you are in, or aware, of the tenth dimension, this means you are able to place yourself in any realm of possibility (and impossibility) that you can imagine yourself in. Essentially, you can change the entirety of the world around you to the exact specifications you see fit.
The Tenth Dimension is the sum of all possible universes that have the same initial conditions as ours, and the sum of all possible and impossible universes with different initial conditions as ours. Basically if you can interact or are in the tenth dimension… there is nothing that can’t be done… anything can be done.
In other words, anything you can imagine or visualize is possible and can happen. What an empowering concept no matter what you think of the physical science that may or may not be behind it. In addition, the idea creates discussion and gets those brain synapses firing in a thought ballet of activity and that’s the point of mental exercise.
Rob Bryanton, author of Imagining the Tenth Dimension
In case you’re interested in reading more, here is a link to Rob Bryanton’s book that expounds on the Tenth Dimension. Preview it by hovering your mouse over the following link: