This series on government intrusion began from the process of taking a photograph. I realized my camera was tracking me and communicating with others where I was!
Never mind the tracking. Photography in itself is a pretty amazing form of communication… that we take for granted… like electricity. We push a button or flip a switch. It works. The lights come on… or we have a picture.
I captured the super moon last night with the push of a button and can communicate this information with you with just one more click. We have these incredible abilities today. We can put a man on the moon. We can do the near impossible. Yet we cannot overcome inconvenience.
How does it work? Most of us can’t really explain it. I cannot tear my camera apart and change it. You certainly will not find me sticking any screwdrivers in electrical sockets either.
We just depend on these technologies… caught in their alluring web.
We are pretty much forced to adapt and accept new technologies if we want to keep up. This is what makes us vulnerable to government intrusion and as you’ll see in this article, we AIN’T SEEN NOTHING YET.
We as social animals are stuck with the human network. Our increasing efficiency in communication is both good and bad news.
The efficiency of human communication has expanded enormously in the last two decades and yet the big quantum expansion via the quantum computer is only in its infancy.
The potential of this scientific advance caught my attention clear back in the 1990s. One of the first articles at this site over a decade ago told about the quantum computer and the communicating power of the qubit. You can see articles at our site about quantum computers posted in the 1990s.
Two keys that will alter the way we communicate forever are pointed out in these articles.
The first key is superposition.
Computers, no matter how sophisticated, work on a simple zero or one concept, created by the presence or absence of an electric current. The simple on or off binary formula builds all calculations.
Quantum computers work on thee same principle because atoms have a spin either up or down and create the binary potential. Up is on, down is off.
There is a weird aspect however. Until an atom is observed… it is in a state where it is both up and down at the same time. That’s impossible in our Newtonian workload… but possible in our expanded quantum reality. This is called a superposition.
Scientists call this ability of an atom to be in two separate states simultaneously scalar energy. Another way of describing this is as potential. The atom is waiting for a consciousness to observe it and cause it to convert from potential to physical.
Then it chooses either to be up or down. This reality that our senses can identify is called vector energy.
In a way this means that we really do create our own reality. This expands upon the age old question “If a trees falls in a forest where there is no one to hear it, is there a sound?” The question now is “If there is no one to observe the forest… is there a forest?”
The second key is entanglement.
When two atoms are observed together they become entangled. Once entangled, if one entangled atom changes from scalar to vector energy so does the other simultaneously. There is no gap in time for this reaction even though there may be huge distances between these two atoms. The concepts of time and space… of E = MC2 fall apart. The atoms communicate in a way we do not yet understand… but show that there is something beyond the speed of light.
Entanglement is the ultimate form of communication and since we are composed of atoms we can put this power to work if we understand it.
Let’s hold this thought.
First, let me add that since we began writing these articles about quantum computing almost a decade and a half ago… there have been many advanced in quantum computing.
For example, the Ames Laboratory, has developed a new technique for solid-state quantum information processing using diamonds. Ames is a U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science national laboratory operated by Iowa State University. The Ames Laboratory creates innovative materials, technologies and energy solutions. This lab is run by the DOE’s Office of Science, the single largest supporter of basic research in the physical sciences in the United States.
NASA is in this act as well. Understanding the science is way beyond my pay grade.
Take for example “NASA’s article Quantum Adiabatic Evolution Algorithms for NP-Hard Problems and Quantum Spin Glasses” Here is a short excerpt: Phase transitions and Computational Complexity.
One of the central open questions in the field of quantum computing is that of an existence of an efficient quantum algorithms for solving classically intractable instances of an optimization problem. Our project is devoted to the theoretical analysis of performance of quantum adiabatic evolution algorithm (QAA) proposed by Farhi and coworkers for NP-hard optimization problems. The algorithm is similar to simulated annealing but instead of thermal cooling the system at zero temperature is subjected to external magnetic field of slowly decreasing magnitude. Adiabatic theorem predicts that the system will remain in its ground state as the magnetic field is changed provided that the rate of change is sufficiently smallI do not have a clue what this means… but logic can show us how to use entanglement now.
Entanglement is the ultimate form of communication. Since we are composed of atoms, we can put this power to work if we understand it. We are composed of atoms and these atoms are entangled so the atoms that compose us are communicating with trillions of other atoms.
At some level we can tap into this information. We just need to know how to get traction. Quantum information cannot be converted into linguistics. Our logic is not powerful enough to figure it out. We can however let all this data stack up and send us pictures… or feelings or knowledge that we call “intuition”. This is what the Super Thinking portion of our courses are all about… getting into a state where we allow this quantum communication to transmit information and how to interpret this data. Super Thinking takes place where scalar energy (potential) and vector energy (manifestation) merge… often called THE ZONE.
Quantum computing will change government intervention forever in ways we cannot yet begin to imagine. These changes will come in ways we can do nothing about. Since this series is about what we can do…let’s look at Super Thinking because we can use the quantum reality to embrace and benefit from change. We can turn our quantum reality to our favor… even now… decades ahead of the machine.
An article at Superhuman feats Howstuffworks.com entitled “How can adrenaline help you lift a 3,500-pound car?” by Josh Clark touches on this: In 2006 in Tucson, Ariz., Tim Boyle watched as a Chevrolet Camaro hit 18-year-old Kyle Holtrust. The car pinned Holtrust, still alive, underneath. Boyle ran to the scene of the accident and lifted the Camaro off the teenager, while the driver of the car pulled him to safety.
In 1982, in Lawrenceville, Ga., Angela Cavallo lifted a 1964 Chevrolet Impala from her son, Tony, after it fell off the jacks that had held it up while he worked underneath the car. Mrs. Cavallo lifted the car high enough and long enough for two neighbors to replace the jacks and pull Tony from beneath the car.
Marie “Bootsy” Payton was cutting her lawn in High Island, Texas, when her riding mower got away from her. Payton’s young granddaughter, Evie, tried to stop the mower, but was knocked underneath the still-running machine. Payton reached the mower and easily tossed it off her granddaughter, limiting Evie’s injuries to four severed toes. Curious, Payton later tried to lift the mower again and found she couldn’t move it.
What accounts for feats of superhuman strength like these?
Although well-documented when they do occur, feats of hysterical strength — unnatural and amazing strength tapped during high-stress situations — are not recognized by medical science.
The establishment cannot act beyond the bounds of vector energy… the stuff our day to day senses work with. As soon as miracles and/or unrepeatable events take place, science as we describe it has to shut down until we move below vector to scalar energy.
This interface between the scalar and vector aspects of our reality were explained to me once by Dr. John Hagelin.
John was running for the US Presidency for the Natural Law Party and stayed in our guest host during his stay in our community so we had a chance to sit round the dining room table and listen to his theories.
John received his PhD from Harvard University, and worked at the European Centre for Particle Research (CERN) in Geneva, as well as the Stanford Linear Accelerator in California. He worked closely with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi for many years, examining the relationship between the most fundamental aspect of human consciousness… this place where quantum science and mysticism meet.
He explained how Yogic Flying works. I have practiced this form of meditation for many decades so from experience know there is something there. Simply thinking the correct words in the correct way can affect the physical nature of the body.
Of that there is no doubt but can it violate the laws of gravity?
Hagelin pointed out first of all that gravity is very 17th century thinking!
Like the speed of light, quantum science shows that time and space and gravity are not basic laws of nature.
The concepts of gravity, like so many classical laws we absolutely believe are not absolute laws. They are statistical laws. They are the result of the likely happenings of many microscopic events.
He used flipping a coin a hundred times as an example. Chances are the coin will land fifty times heads and fifty tails plus or minus 10%. But there is no actual law.
Every flip the odds are equal that the coin will land heads or tails. Innumerable microscopic factors – air currents, the surface the coin lands on, force of the flip and such all affect each flip.
Gravity as a statistical event means that an impulse, a thought… or emotion can alter the outcome and shift the statistical laws of averaging enough to change the outcome.
Instead of falling down, which is the normal outcome, an item can fall up, or to the left or to the right.
This would explain the examples above of Superhuman strength. The body may not have become stronger physically as we would expect but rather the emotional impulse weakened or altered the specifics of gravity. The miracle is not a miracle at all if we leave Newtonian physics and become a quantum thinker.
Shape Shifters – Sub Atomic
These same concepts are used in the Andes where many shamans and yatchaks practice these concepts to shape shift… cure… bring on rain, etc.
Our Super Thinking courses rely on these principles as well… to get into a relaxed state where brain wave integration allows us to interface with our deepest levels of existence which must be at the quantum level. Then we use a number of techniques to help our linear logic interface with the non linear knowing so we can take correct action in this physical world.
This may at least in part how Steve Kelly was able to report after attending our Super Thinking Plus Spanish Course: Almost Miraculous results??! Well…you be the judge?!
Look at the 2 blood tests (lipids,sugars etc etc) i had done recently, just 2 months apart!
My Cholesterol was 330 then, 169 now!
My triglycerides were 1350 then, 199 now!
Both incredibly, dangerously high, if fact doctor said he never saw or even heard of Tri’s so high. (I checked on the internet, others do have them that high).
My (FBS) Blood sugar was 150, now 129 !
Hemaglobin count up appreciably (red blood cells), which is real good too!
And Blood Pressure at the time was 130/80, a bit high, now 107/70= Perfect said the doc!
Man I feel a whole lot better too!
How did I do it?
Perhaps in part because the relaxation techniques helped him alter the amount of intelligence his body could muster and use.
Expect More Government Intrusion
Quantum computers will change everything and leaders in this science like like Ames Labs are government led. Their advances are likely to increase government intrusion. Man’s change has always come in thrust and counter thrust so just like radar has been used to catch speeding cars… quantum knowledge will offer benefits and protection from intrusion as well. Count on it.
In the meantime we can apply what we already know about quantum reality to turn change to our favor with Super Thinking tactics for learning that wise men for millennia have known.
Our Super thinking + Spanish courses are working really well!
One delegate who completed the course in Cotacachi last week wrote:
From: Rob Christie <email@example.com>
Date: May 2, 2012 8:35:13 AM EDT
To: gary scott
Buenos Dias, Gary y Glenn,
Below is a testimonial for Super Thinking Super Spanish. Please feel free to use all or part in promotions for the course. In addition, you may give my email address to any prospect “on the fence” about enrolling.
Yesterday, in Cotacachi, Ecuador, I finished Super Spanish Super Learning.
I had high expectations for the course and they were exceeded.
The course was taught in English by Glenn Sterling, a witty, engaging, retiree and Alberto, his Ecuadorian side kick, who made sure we learned to pronounce everything correctly.
After three days, I can speak Spanish in complete sentences. In simple conversations, such as buying groceries or ordering a meal, I can make myself understood. I think that’s incredible!
Although I am far from the competence level of a native speaker, I feel I’ve taken a giant step forward in learning Spanish so that I can experience the people and culture of Ecuador.
The foregoing benefits would have more than justified the time and money I invested in Super Thinking Super Spanish. And learning some Spanish was not the most important benefit I got from the course.
Prior to leaving the USA, I had felt for some time that the pace of life there was unhealthy for me (and for most people) and I did nothing about it.
I’ve thought about the pace issue during the course.
One of the key elements Merri Scott designed into Super Learning is placing the student in the optimal state for learning.
During the course of the day and night, humans experience four types of brain waves: alpha, beta, delta, and theta. It turns out we learn best in alpha state. Research has shown that alpha state can be induced by meditation, listening to Baroque music (or any music that has about 60 beats per minute) and by taking a theanine (the active ingredient in green tea) supplement.
Getting into alpha involves slowing down and relaxing. So, class includes baroque music and guided journeys to support relaxation. Imagine learning while relaxing and having fun. That’s not how I remember school!
I practiced yoga from 1980–1988 and was taught to meditate. Unfortunately, I let go of the practice and have not meditated consistently for years. When I was meditating, I was spending some time relaxing every day.
The brutal truth: In recent years, I’ve rarely relaxed (No wonder I have high blood pressure!) and, suddenly, I’m aware of it. Why?
1. Since early April, I’ve been living in a small town in a country with a slower pace of life and I’ve been affected by it. Positively, I’d say.
2. In class, the past three days, I’ve been re-introduced to guided journeys and introduced to the calming effects of Baroque music (www.sundaybaroque.org). What a blessing! I’m inclined to make one or both a daily part of my life.
Meditation is not part of the class. I mention it here as I have prior experience with it, and its relaxing effects.
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Super Thinking tactics help us absorb… retain and recall information better and faster. We prove this in our Super Thinking + Spanish course which teaches how to communicate in Spanish in just three days.
Learn Spanish in Cuenca, Ecuador. September 7 to 12, 2015. Enjoy half day Spanish courses and tour Cuenca each afternoon.
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Cuenca is Ecuador’s most popular city, a UNESCO World Heritage Trust site because of its many beautiful colonial buildings. Cuenca has wonderful architecture, tourist attractions, restaurants, hotels and night activity.
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Super Spanish teachers Shawn and Suzanne Bandick and their children teach Super Spanish in Mexico.
Join the Bandicks November 27, 28 and 29th, 2015 in Playa del Carmen, in the heart of the Riviera Maya on the Mexican Caribbean. Plan a holiday and include a Spanish course. What better way to practice? The closest airport is Cancun (CUN), 45 minutes away from Playa del Carmen.
Playa del Carmen
There are plenty of extra things to do before or after the course. Playa del Carmen is a very short walk to the beach, stroll the famous 5th ave., go diving and enjoy a multitude of restaurants and cafes. More beaches are nearby and the Tulum ruins are only 30 minutes south. Chichen Itza one of the New Wonders of the World and the ruins of Coba are a few hours away.
This course really works!
An M.D. who attended wrote: We want to thank you plus all the others for making the class such a fun and rewarding experience. I took Spanish as an undergraduate and lasted two days before dropping the class due to my own anxieties. Over the years I have tried to learn French, Italian, and Spanish yet again using a variety of methods such as Rosetta Stone, Berlitz etc. and was never successful. I finally feel like I can be successful at learning to converse at Spanish–in fact already feel successful! Thanks so much for teaching an old dog some new tricks. We’re both looking forward to continuing the learning process, having fun doing so, and taking more classes.
See a ten minute video of Gary Scott and Pronunciation coach Don Childs showing how to get started creating Spanish sentences right now.
The Bandicks and John Fisher have created their own programs using a Super Spanish training from Merri and me.
Unlock the power of your untapped knowledge.
Super Thinking + Spanish course goes beyond just learning to speak Spanish.
There are numerous little known, but scientifically proven ways to enhance the speed, accuracy and efficiency of your decision making process for greater wealth, health and happiness. In just three days you can gain almost amazing learning skills. Plus you become skilled in Spanish as a bonus.
In just three days? Sound too good to be true?
This is not a gimmick nor a trick. At least three best selling books, Superlearning, the Mozart Effect and Superlearning 2000 have revealed insights about how we can learn and think more powerfully based on systems drawn from the Bulgarian, Dr. Georgi Lozanov. In 1980 Superlearning sold over two million copies and showed how the Lozanov learning system blended long-tested sciences of yoga with contemporary physiology and psychology so people could learn faster and better.
The 3 Day Spanish system includes some of Dr. Lozanov’s original work that uses music to integrate brain waves so the process of absorbing, processing and recalling information is vastly accelerated.
Shawn and Suzanne Bandick teach Super Spanish in Mexico and Canada.
The course integrates the use of musci with 17 lessons that teach you over 4,000 Spanish words.
Fluency in a language is considered to come when you know 1,200 words. To prove that it is possible to gain this and much more, let me share just one of the 17 lessons.
Here are the thousands of Spanish words lesson #1: All words in Spanish and English that end in ION are almost identical, just pronounced differently. For example action is accion, education educacion, manipulation, manipulacion, etc.
Now you already literally know hundreds of Spanish nouns. This is just one of seventeen Spanish lessons you gain. The next lesson teaches you how to pronounce each of these nouns. Then you learn in a third lesson almost as many verbs, almost as quickly.
You also learn how to avoid conjugating verbs by sticking with the infinitive (far easier than it sounds). This simple lesson leaves you sounding like a Spanish professor.
There are many other lessons. For example lesson five shows how to sound infinitely polite and yet get almost anything you want in Spanish. Lesson six gives you the valuable connectors and the seventh lesson triples your Spanish capacity with yesterday, now and tomorrow.
By the end of the three day course you will feel quite comfortable speaking Spanish without stress!
A delegate who learned Super Spanish outlined how this course can help you. After three days, I can speak Spanish in complete sentences. In simple conversations, such as buying groceries or ordering a meal, I can make myself understood. I think that’s incredible! Although I am far from the competence level of a native speaker, I feel I’ve taken a giant step forward in learning Spanish so that I can experience the people and culture of Ecuador. The foregoing benefits would have more than justified the time and money I invested in Super Thinking Super Spanish. And learning Spanish was not the most important benefit I got from the course. In recent years, I’ve rarely relaxed (No wonder I have had high blood pressure!) . In class, the past three days, I’ve been introduced to the calming effects of Baroque music. What a blessing! I’m inclined to make this a daily part of my life. Rob Christi
The Super Spanish helps you start speaking and understanding Spanish right away. This can help you speak Spanish faster and make your traditional Spanish course easier and more effective.
A Livescience.com article helps explain why this course works and how delegates are creating Spanish sentences by the first lunch break and can communicate well in Spanish after just three days. This article by Jeremy Hsu, LiveScience Senior Writer, is entitled “CIA Seeks Anyone, Anyone Who Can Speak 2 Languages”.
Four important points in the article are shown in excerpts below with my comments to show what has been wrong with traditional Spanish courses and why the Super Thinking tactic is perfect for this program.
This three day course gets you speaking and thinking Spanish all the time so you can use and/or think Spanish every day… and communicating even from the beginning. In this way the education grows even when Spanish is not being spoken.
The Super Thinking course first integrates the brain. Students learn better with relaxed concentration. Then the course teaches them 17 simple lessons so they know 4005 words in Spanish and can use them to create sentences. In this way, you can communicate in just three days.
Travel, accommodations and food are not included.
Here are what delegates wrote about a Super Thinking + Spanish seminar.
“Hi Gary & Merri, You two are the BEST!!! Your Seminar was fantastic! I am so excited. I had procrastinated fulfilling my continuing education for my Broker’s License and then just before my surgeries, I realized by expiration date isn’t Nov. 12th – it is Sept 12th. Well, as you can see prior to taking your course I had only completed 3 units of the required 45 units. I thought I would take your course and then complete my remaining 42 units over the next 2 weeks. However, I took one class exam on Saturday night, August 27th. I didn’t even take the cellophane off the required Course manuals until after I saw the two of you today less than 5 hours ago! I used your techniques and completed 39 units of continuing education today. I have now completed all 45 units. All of my test scores were in the 90.6-96% range. My course exam information is listed below. I just wanted to let you know how valuable your course was to me. Thanks again!” Suzy Kurinsky
Another wrote: Thanks for the Spanish course. This technique is truly a breakthrough in learning. I believe I learned more Spanish in four days than I learned in four weeks in a previously attended Costa Rica language school. The Costa Rica school taught a very limited number of memorized words and phrases. Ted.
Another delegate at a Super thinking plus Spanish seminar wrote: The Super Thinking approach exposed us to a broad variety of works and the technique needed to expand the language. Again, Thanks for the experience.
One attendee wrote: I just wanted to say thank you so much for everything during the seminar. You guys are indeed a shining example of having a business that truly serves others. And thanks for the extra time spent and good things taught to me personally. I have begun to implement them already and will continue to apply them. And you might be interested that waiting for my flight home I ended up sitting next to a woman from Quito and could understand some of what she said in a cell phone conversation. We talked a little and she said that I should visit Ecuador! Thank you again for your real graciousness and acceptance! I will also write to Merri and thank her as well. And I wish that I could do something for you two!
Another wrote: Thank you! We always look forward to spending time and learning about so many fascinating things. Like Minded people and Vivaldi! What could be better?
Another sent this note: Thank you for the wonderful workshop on Super Learning + Spanish! I really enjoyed the workshop.
Since I returned home, I have purchased some of the CDs of Baroque music and thought about which specific pieces will work best in different parts of my classes. I am also reading Perfect Health by Deepak Chopra. I found your discussion of this book to be very helpful in showing how to balance one’s life. I have adjusted my daily schedule, and I can already notice a difference in my productivity.
Thank you for sending the file of the 4005 Spanish words. This will be very helpful in my daily review of Spanish.
Another emailed this: Every day I’m becoming more proficient in Spanish. As I get ready to do something, I think about how I would say it in Spanish. Thank you again for a Super Workshop! With love and blessings,
Another: It certainly was an interesting and intriguing four days for me. I enjoyed the Spanish but even more so, all the tentacles that extended during those four days that went into so many different directions.
I grew up in a very SQUARE box with loving and intelligent parents but my world remained within this box, unable to see beyond those walls, as I was never encouraged to “think outside the box”.. Mike has been opening doors and leading me outside this box but because of my upbringing I have not completely embraced or understood what was beyond those doors he opened for me. As I have gotten older I have become more open to the world outside those doors yet those old tapes continue to play and I have not been able to completely release myself and experience all that can be.
Another shared this: Listening to the two of you during our time together has suddenly got me to thinking, and although some of the ideas still seem foreign to me, I am at a point in my life now where I can say, “anything is possible” and I am now willing to embrace and allow myself to experience the world of possibility and let it take me in directions I may have in the past resisted. I really don’t know where all this is going to lead me but I am now willing to explore, develop and grow.
I found all the information you offered on healing, realigning the body, nutrition, etc. so fascinating, have you ever thought about doing a course on just that? With the aging population and the health care issues I think it would be not only an interesting course but one that would be very beneficial to so many. I, personally, would love to learn more about what you talked about and plan on purchasing the book, “Body Renewal, the Lost Art of Self Healing” for my Kindle.
Thank you again for a wonderful four days!!
Another: We had fun at Disney World on Monday and sat beside several Personnes Espaniol. We could understand them however I couldn’t make sentences quickly, but could say one or two word phrases that were understood. We arrived home at 3am yesterday – the airlines were very late in Denver due to a crew incident.
I found myself making up sentences all day yesterday as I was running errands. John knows more vocabulary than I at this point as he has studied Spanish previously. Today I will begin to review the lessons and construct sentences to send to you and the group – as you suggested below. Es en BUENO sugestion!!! I also received the email Merri sent with the 4005 words and started to scroll through those yesterday.
Another: Thank YOU for everything you have done to create and bring this wonderful experience to all of us. It takes a well sychronized team of people to put on an effective, change producing seminar! I have given many seminars and enjoyed the experience immensely. The outcome is even better! Estoy une infantil de Super Thinking and Spanish, y es possible aprender en tiempo.
John and I both thank all of you for the wonderful experience – we are working now to clear up things so we can leave for the Galapagos and Ecuador November 25th – December 20th. Nosotros tiene muchos appreciacion! Gracias y Abrazos,
Another: Muchas gracias para la informacion! I had a wonderful time at the Super Learning + Spanish weekend!… excelente!
I was impressed with your depth of knowledge on numerous subjects and your ability to speak about them with exceptional recall. Con mucho apriciar, P.S. Yo estoy enteresado en Espanol #2.
One delegate even explained how after our course they ended up as the accidental translator: Gary, I have sent a couple of messages, and a story of Mike being able to translate yesterday for a Spanish person who couldn’t understand what a man was trying to tell him!
We loved the seminar, and are excited to put the super learning to practice, and especially the great company of like-minded people (especially G & M!) Muchas Gracias! Tiene an excellante dias.
One delegate communicated entirely in Spanish…. after just our Super Thinking + Spanish seminar: Buenas dias nuestra maestra perfectamente, Merri! Muchas gracias por la lista espanol.
Claro, David y yo aprendemous mucho espanol el fine de semana pasada. Gary y usted nos hacen espanol muy facil aprender. Es importante continuar a practicar espanol cada dia. Gracias tambien! Buenas suerte…hasta la vista! Con mucho amor,
Comments from another delegate: I wanted you to know that the Spanish course has proven incredibly helpful. Dealing with internet service providers and shopping for appliances, etc., normally would have required me hiring a translator to follow me around. While it may not be pretty or 100% grammatically correct, I am understood. Thank you! Saludos!
Delegates during a relaxation session.
Another a dentist said: I was so delighted with my experience at the Spanish training. I felt more confident of ability to pronounce Spanish than I ever was of French or German. Funny… I did not think I remembered any French or German but when I cannot remember the Spanish words the German and French popped up. Practicing my pronunciation made my trip home go faster. I never enjoyed pronouncing either of the other two, but this was fun. It is hard to fall asleep at the wheel when you are moving your mouth to speak Spanish. It does work your mouth in a different way. I realized that you have to say each syllable slowly and correctly(until you get it perfectly) and when you do it is impressive.
It was amazing to see us all writing such advanced sentences after a few days and so much more enjoyable than having to go through the alphabet to build the words to build the sentences.
Howstuffworks site How can adrenaline help you lift a 3,500-pound car?