for a while I was studying the n400 which is 400 ms lag in the brain when everything kind of comes together, where you can finally talk to yourself in cohesive sentences and express what you like, and dislike etc I find anything after that point to be just too slow because you can consciously control it for the most part to me all the interesting stuff happens before that point I think it’s around 125 to 250 ms I believe you can be fully conscious and aware but your response time has a lag your muscle systems when trained almost have a mind of their own, but even in that state you do have choices. The motor programs that fire sequentially, and the muscles of the body move accordingly and so chain this together, and run them simultaneously – motor programs running with choices, intervening, but mostly experiencing and going “wow!”, just watching yourself doing and being and experiencing and I would say it’s certainly a divine experience i’m 90% sure of my timing #s are right with these – I was obsessed with this period of time for a few years but only as an amateur I believe there’s things even earlier than 125ms that we experience but can’t yet vocalize but I like that as a baseline for it with 250ms more common but 125ms accessible to musicians and other speedy + deciding + muse-controls-me situations

for a while I was studying the n400 which is 400 ms lag in the brain when everything kind of comes together, where you can finally talk to yourself in cohesive sentences and express what you like, and dislike etc

I find anything after that point to be just too slow because you can consciously control it for the most part

to me all the interesting stuff happens before that point

I think it’s around 125 to 250 ms I believe you can be fully conscious and aware but your response time has a lag

your muscle systems when trained almost have a mind of their own, but even in that state you do have choices. The motor programs that fire sequentially, and the muscles of the body move accordingly

and so chain this together, and run them simultaneously – motor programs running with choices, intervening, but mostly experiencing and going “wow!”, just watching yourself doing and being and experiencing

and I would say it’s certainly a divine experience

i’m 90% sure of my timing #s are right with these – I was obsessed with this period of time for a few years but only as an amateur

I believe there’s things even earlier than 125ms that we experience but can’t yet vocalize but I like that as a baseline for it with 250ms more common but 125ms accessible to musicians and other speedy + deciding + muse-controls-me situations

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