We never talk about what happens after the communication process is over. When the data transfer is complete.
When the communication process is over we unplug. Often, we then sync to ourselves as our minds will continue to work to repair it self. We have to do this because the person had such an impact on us.
Others have made us think and opened our eyes and ears to more ideas and concepts. We sit there staring at the screen or the beautiful tree putting all the pieces together that they laid
out for us.
They’re in your mind.
You had an amazing time talking to someone over coffee, but time has passed and it’s time to part ways. You walk home going over everything that was said so you can build off it. You can’t wait to sync up with this person again.
They’re in your brain.
You will read a post, or tweet and if it’s powerful enough it has control over your brain for some time after the reading has been finished.
Have you ever skyped with someone then you get an email within the next couple hours? If so, you were in their head.
I asked three truly amazing bloggers to take on the topic of how people are still in our minds even after the data transfer (conversation) is complete. You can sync to their minds below.
Enter Dan Zubrzycki of Break the Walls Now
When you get off the high of a flow-intensive session your mind is twice as big. I usually give myself a few minutes to let the expanded concepts coalesce in my mind before I jump into work.
The key is to not distract yourself, but to allow the energy you’ve taken from the conversation and direct it into quality work.
Enter Tessa Zeng of Experiencing Revolution
This is what creating experience is all about. It’s about taking what we have always evolutionarily done, the happy accidents of syncing up with an idea analogous to your own vision, and going out to make it happen.
It may seem rather strange, to make a deliberate art out of seeking people and creating things to put “in your head.” But if we’re not yet able to talk about how we’re processing communicative after effects- the things that indeed, become part of our creative identities- at the very least I want to talk about how we’re getting there!
Enter Manuel Loigeret of In Space We Trust
When you go deep into a subject with someone, your two universes collide and new doors open in your mind. The result is a different appreciation of the world, an awareness of our surroundings through these new open doors.
My wife and I just spent three days with friends we have not seen for more than two years and through our discussions and experiences together we got refreshed, refuelled; we’re ready to go with the flow of the world with new eyes.
It’s like Inception without the special effects. We exchange seeds of thoughts with others… now we have to take care of these seeds and let them grow as trees of awesomeness.