Author Topic: Remember how we said imagining yourself doing a movement helps you learn it?  (Read 1426 times)

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I remember thinking about this quite a while back, the concept, but it looks like it's true.
i was thinking that maybe that dream is like real life but instead the actions are all happening in your head, and as the video stated action and mental take the same neuron pattern to do.
So my theory a bit correct i guess, that dreams are what the video said, actions but mentally while a sleep and some might accidentally while asleep and half a wake might trigger both at same time and bam who you move your hands.

i remember sleeping on the bus, and i remember hitting a tennis ball with back hand serve and guess it happened in real life as in while i was asleep i wacked this guy next to me, so i was back hand serving with my mental while it also made my hand do similar actions.

this is an intriguing topic.
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something like that has happened to me in my dream too. my brother was going to hit me in my dream and in real life i moved my arm to block it and woke myself up.
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i have a buddy who did a lot of karate as a kid. one time, in english class, in 11th grade, he was nodding off in class. our teacher was boring. anyway he was nodding off and then all of a sudden sat bolt upright and did a huge karate chop, hit the table with his hand, and nearly fell of his chair. the class basically passed out from laughing.
Muscles are nonsensical they have nothing to do with this bullshit.

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