When we learn something we are generating it by automating the side effects of the knowledge; which is the gears that power the procedure that is intuitively harmoniously with *All knowledge.*
Before you got on a bike for the first time you already knew how to ride a bike. You already had all the information necessary down to the excruciating details of quantum mechanics.
In order for this body of information to surface from the depths of *All Knowledge* and to harden in Tacit knowledge, you need physical procedure and intuitive focus that, is automated until the side effects of the knowledge fuses in Harmonious tune with All Knowledge. You now “know” something new.
How do you know what you don’t know?
Since everything we do is a side effect of some body of knowledge then we access new knowledge by looking for new side effects to practice.
These side effects are anything that makes you curious. For example, you look at a car engine and wonder out it works. That engine is a side effect of knowledge.
If you want to know something that is not known by the masses, if you want truly original content, there’s several ways to do it.
The best one is in the cauldron of your own excitement. When you’re excited about something you are constantly using your Intuition to harmonize various Perspectives simultaneously from the environment of your imagination.
Intuition is the facilitator to the unlimited imagination space.
Another way is to close your eyes and say or think actually into the the open space of your closed eyes, “tell me something I don’t know.” You will then play charades with the images unfold in front of your closed eyes. They range from a x-ray stencil images to full color, depending on how relaxed you are.
This is all a means to explore the imagination with Intuition and automate the gold nuggets you find into tacit knowledge.
That’s how you constantly get new ideas and ha ha moments and become a better person in the process.
Cheers to you.