Optimize your brain by optimizing broad-spectrum communication with at least one other person.
By optimizing broad-spectrum communication with at least one other person, signal sending and receiving is optimized both externally and internally.
“Broad-spectrum” communication means communication involving a wide range of brain activities, including perception, speech associations, emotion, memory, subjectivity, narration, and so on. The only limits are what can be imagined.
When broad-spectrum signals are optimized in the brain and between that brain and another brain, the apparent structure of the mind or personality will change because clarity and depth are increased as mistakes are removed.
Many brain activities based on mistakes will cease, freeing brain energy for other tasks. At the same time, many broad-spectrum associations and functions will become clearer, allowing the brain to imagine new things.
FIML practice is designed to optimize brain activity in these ways.