Edward de Bono, the author of Lateral Thinking used to say, “If you cannot change your mind what is the point of having one?”
In the human PFC (Pre-Frontal Cortex), no particular firing of neuronal pathways can ever be the best possible one. There is always a better way the brain could have gone. In other words, in the mind, no current viewpoint can ever be the best possible one. There is always a better point-of-view.
How can we escape from the current pathway to a better one? How can we change our mind?
The cvs2bvs switch is a simple (not necessarily easy) skill that many people around the world practise and use every day to get a much better performance from their brain. They use cvs2bvs to change their mind. To think outside their box. That’s why, the First Law of Thinking is this:
The Current View of the Situation (cvs)
can never be equal to
the Better View of the Situation (bvs).
Here’s a 59 Second Course on cvs2bvs …