Leo Dubois Sturgeon Falls, Ontario, Canada
Napoleon Hill's focus in this chapter is on the brain as a receptor, a receiver of information, and as well, as a sender of information. According to Napoleon Hill, the human brain is capable of receiving thoughts sent from another person's brain and vice versa. The human brain is a very complex organism of which man knows very little. Napoleon Hill says, "Men of science have began to turn their attention to the study of this stupendous thing called a brain, and, while they are still in the Kindergarten stage of their studies....." We may not understand how and why the brain functions the way it does but we do know that it does function as the learning component in the human make up.
What caught my attention in this chapter was Napoleon Hill's mention of MENTAL TELEPATHY. One definition describes it as, "the purported transmission of information from one person to another without using any known human sensory channels or physical interaction." In other words, you are not required to audibly speak to communicate with another person. It is the sending of messages via thought transmissions. Successful experiments have been performed where subjects were miles apart and were able to communicate mentally. Without going through all the details about these experiments, is it possible that this kind of communication could some day be coordinated being that it could enhance and help in the understanding and classifying of a person's personality? Could it be coordinated with the colours program? This is a long shot.