3 SEEING NEW OPPORTUNITIES AND RECOGNISING THE UNEXPECTED BEFORE IT HAPPENS
The focus of this chapter is on increasing your powers of perception; you do this by learning to see differently. All the evidence suggests that people who appear to have the ability to anticipate events are really just more sensitive to spotting unusual indicators, seeing things that you have trained your brain to ignore.
WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?
Try to remember when you first learned to drive a car. Quite apart from the fact that you certainly drove a lot more slowly, we can guarantee that, as you looked out of the windscreen, your point of focus was just beyond the end of the bonnet – maybe 10 to 15 metres ahead.
In all probability, your mind was telling you that ...