Mistakes aren’t too interesting. How can something so common be fascinating?
Except when you see a pattern in the mistakes.
A random blunder might earn a chuckle. But when folk across the world make the same error in the same way, it’s sign of something deeper.
Maybe even a fundamental truth of the human condition.
All that research into cognitive biases shows we humans tend to be optimistic, superstitious, bad at probability and easily swayed by irrelevant details. We fail simple logic exercises in predictable ways.
All because of how our brains like to process information.
So when many people write “spoopy” on a sign or cake instead of spooky…
Or “creppy” when they mean “creepy”…
What does that mean?
Why spoopy and not skooky?
I’m sure there’s a deep, mystical answer to that.
But the general answer is sometimes you set an intention and something goes wrong in the brain. Maybe you’re just tired right now and struggle to keep your thoughts in order. Or maybe you listen so closely you forget to go into the flow.
No matter how it happens, it happens on a deeper level of your thinking.
Parts of your mind that are normally outside conscious awareness.
I say “normally”, because there are ways inside. After all, just because something is unconscious that doesn’t mean it’s outside your ability to influence.
The more you train your mind, the more inner influence and insight you gain.
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