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I think I have shaken brain syndrome…wait I mean restless leg syndrome. I am always moving and constantly thinking even when I am asleep. I like to pawn myself off as a “rapid” thinker and I have “rapid” movement. Believe me that I know it is not entirely normal and I do all the things you need to remedy this thing that most pose as an “issue”. For me it is who I am and what I received from my parents DNA. Growing up I noticed they moved tons and could not sit still until they went to sleep.
As a young man living in the city (when in a bar) I would be constantly moving from room to room hoping to get the number of a pretty girl to take out for dinner. Once again there was some solid “rapid” movement taking over my evening. I just could not sit still until I got that phone number. I always wanted to have someone to love and care about. I am a "romantic. I now have my Melissa and man is she the prettiest thing a man could see all day every day. Man do I love her so much!
During the day in business my mind goes through “rapid” thinking on how to solve problems that possibly seem like they can’t be resolved. That is a load of crap….and everything has some kind of road to resolution if looked at the right way. So I constantly look…..evaluate……pivot…..and move myself closer to what makes sense to the guy across the table from me. Damn I am good at that!
When most people sleep I am in bed……but I am constantly thinking and fairly alert when asleep. Yes I do take something to help me sleep…hello we all need a little sleep. I have what I call “rapid” thoughts all night which help me take thin air and make it some form of reality. I love making thin air tangible…..making it real….making it my air….and then sharing my air with others. It all sounds nuts, but is how things are for me when I hit the pillow. Yeah…I am thinking of what I truly believe are “meaningful” thoughts and visions.
Movement goes beyond the movement from the hands of a clock. It goes past the point of physical movement with the human body. It goes directly to the movement of the mind and the grandious power that is behind the mind and how it can operate at rapid levels. However, it is also very important to not be rapid…take a deep breath and get some sleep. So with that said good night to all!
By Bradley D. Weisman