So, if you want to master a skill, collect precious states of mind and assimilate mindsets from geniuses in compressed time, the best way to do it is by mirroring and unconscious assimilation.
The level of sophistication our neurology functions with helps us to learn and interact with the environment based on who’s already been here before us. When you learn something well, you don’t necessarily know that you have learned it. The best example is our ability to walk.
In order for you to maintain dynamic equilibrium to just stand, there are more than 10,000 minor muscle connections that have to act together at the same time. And you’re making these computations moment by moment. It gets even more complex when you have to lift your feet and move ahead. Until now it’s an unsolved challenge for artificial intelligence to get robots to walk in any terrain like human beings because the computations necessary for that are that complex. Thankfully, you didn’t write down all the 10,000 muscles and their names before you began to learn to walk. What you did is you didn’t know that you were learning. And most of the complex capabilities we have developed is by mirroring and unconscious assimilation.