When we were small children our senses were inundated with novelty. Throughout the process of growing up we get familiar with sights, sounds, and smells, etc., we experience generation loss. The flavour of an orange becomes ordinary to the brain. ‘Crazy ideas’ is a way of restoring all-new ideas which can stimulate the brain and body in a similar way after a child. I have provided a crazy idea (see the film) of a rotating silver skull wearing the feathered hat together with tarot cards. If you are able to sit silently with your eyes closed and generate the picture of the scull behind the closed eyes, and remain with the picture for a few minutes, soon after you will get the infusion of childish energy. See whether you can come up with some crazy ideas. For example, a tiptoeing mermaid on a dance floor. Once you have your crazy idea sit down with your eyes shut and think about this for at least five minutes. I’m confident that you will shortly feel the benefits from practising with the crazy idea.
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Robert Puzey is an award winning songwriter (Ivor Novello awards in the category of 'Songwriter of the Year' and 'Most Performed song of the Year' ('I'm in the Mood for Dancing') 1980. Robert nursed his late wife, Kath, though her five-year battle against bowel cancer, during which time Robert extensively studied hatha yoga (Robert is a qualified hatha yoga instructor) and began to experiment with novel brain exercises in the field of 'mind over matter' / 'spirit over worldliness', achieving some quite revolutionary and fascinating results from his work. Bringing us up to date, Robert has formulated a complete programme 'Use your Brain to elongate your Cell-by-Date' of rejuvenating exercises with easy to use instructions. Robert lives in the north London and writes self-help material. Facebook 'Use your Brain to elongate your Elongate your cell-by-date.' View all posts by BobPuzey