I asked a very similar question almost 2 years ago (http://www.inwardquest.com/questions/69782/according-to-bashar-can-we-know-anything-that-we-need-in-a-specific-moment-without-learning-it-beforehand) and the conclusion we can draw from that question is that we indeed can know something without learning it beforehand. But now, having very much to study in the university, a question popped in my mind: why would I need to study if anything is possible and we already stated that we can know things without learning them??
I would really like to have knowledge about relevant subjects without needing to study. I mean, who wouldn't? Ideal scenario would be to leave a book under my pillow and wake up in the morning knowing its whole contents. Or atleast know everything after only reading it once(some people are actually born with that ability - photographic memory).
Ok, now maybe someone would tell me: "try studying not because of gaining knowledge but because of studying itself". Or maybe: "if you really love those subjects that you are studying then where's the problem?" I understand those perspectives and I love the subjects that I study(atleast I think I do) but the thing is why would I "waste" my time studying hours for something when I can know it without studying :) Instead of spending hours in front of the computer or a book I could be out living life doing other things that I love.
If anybody has heard of someone who has done this or if they had done it themselves please offer me some processes or advices. I really think this is a theme worth exploring a little deeper. Maybe I should develop a belief that I memorize everything I hear or read only once?
Typing this question I was thinking how naive I am: if anybody knew how to do this why would he share if publicly with everyone? But that's only a negative belief talking, need to replace it.
asked 06 Dec '15, 13:44
Take a look at PhotoReading.
I used to use it a lot years ago when I had things to study (which I don't now).
Metaphysically speaking, every moment of your life is "memorized" automatically at non-conscious levels as you live it. The issue is not one of memorizing but one of recall of what you have memorized i.e. being able to consciously access that material.
answered 07 Dec '15, 00:36
Stop worrying about collecting knowledge and trust that when the moment presents itself, you can handle it! Knowledge is overrated.
answered 07 Dec '15, 17:31
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