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How do you incorporate information inside yourself? Here we distinguish ear-reading from eye-reading. First, how fast is the eye reading? Well, the answer is: Fast. Then, how fast is the ear reading? One answer could be ‘not fast’ and the other ‘faster than eye reading’. Let me elaborate on both answers:

By saying your thoughts you materialise them, you could say that you brought them form the quantum world of the brain into the material world of our perceived reality. In this proces, we allow an idea that is found in a superposition in the brain, unspoken, capable of all probabilities, to enter the spoken world. Here it is brought in interaction with the interface of reality, or shared perception, they materialise and loose their superposition, they are now observed.

It is hard to grasp our mind and to structure it, since it finds itself much more within the realm of quantum physics than that of the modern physics. It is much easier to make sense, structure and built upon the spoken words. But there is a problem here. Spoken words relate to the ear-reading which is the ‘sound of sense’. This is related to interpretation, imagination, inspiration and you could say storytelling. The spoken words, especially when poetically formulated still have a link to the quantum realm and therefore are not fully defined yet. They still dance between realities and can differ in meaning merely by the quality of perception of the observer.

Speech is the finest manifestation of our thoughts, but we could also reverse the process. Now the written letters inform your voice, then your voice informs your ears, then the ears convey the message to the brain. This is much more exact and defined. This would be eye-reading, which is the ‘shape of sense’. This is related to something solid, fixed, clear to anyone, “knowing”, facts, information and therefore clear reading.

The dance between ear-reading and eye-reading, therefore between the sound of sense and the shape of sense. This dance is happening all the time and for me it is helpful to create both. When I speak, I want to be able to read it afterwards and when I am reading, I speak to record and later perhaps listen back. In this matter the learning process stays open for movement, open for diversity and open for re-interpretation.

If you are interested in software that helps you to convey audio to text, please check out: Sonix AI. They help me to make transcribing and editing simple, fast and affordable. This tool helps me greatly to organise my thoughts and words, creating an interface for interaction between the worlds of eye-reading and ear-reading.


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