Friday, August 24, 2007

Brain Defrag

The Bliss Tuner is amazing. Although except for a couple of brief instances of Brain Fire, the feeling of your hair standing on end, there is no 'instant euphoria' to be had here if that's what you're looking for. But there is a reason for this.

It's just like a computer that hasn't been defragmented in two years in the memory or the registry. It will run at a painfully slow pace. It could actually take several hours to defrag the memory and the registry and bring it back up to speed.

Touching the circles to the sticks is like defraging your brain. You can't hold the circles on the sticks the first time you try it, but after 3 or four sessions the circles can stay on the sticks for 10 or 12 seconds.

So it's knowing that each time the circle touches the stick you are 'eating charge' and knowing that it has cumulative effects that keeps the game interesting so the defrag can continue.

Like a piano that is badly out of tune, you have to start with one string, but when you hear the sound of 5 stings all in tune, you know that progress is being made.

Plus when you're consciously attracting charge the day just seems to go a little better.

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