One of the most important questions I answer on my brain test each year is: “Why do I pick this answer?” It’s a good question to ask yourself at least once and in your head at least once. And, the best part is, it’s answered in my brain test.
That question, why do I pick this answer or why do I answer this question, is the main thing that keeps me on the right track when I’m doing brain tests all year long. For me, the answer is because I can’t see the answer I’m on the right track because my mind isn’t in a state of readiness.
I recently finished a brain test on anxiety. There were 5 questions that had me give my answer. The first one I did was, “What if I die?”. After my answer, I was asked to go around the room and say, “What if I died?” And I answered, “I’d go to heaven.” That took me to the third question.
This is the first of two parts to the book, Brain Test Level 30. The other part is Brain Test Level 1.
Its a nice story of someone who gets an answer wrong and then tries to correct themselves, but fails. That’s the result of what has traditionally been called “self-correction.
It’s a really good trick that can work pretty well, but you have to be careful about how you do it. If you’re asking yourself a question, you have to be able to answer it. If you know that you will die in the end, it is much better to say “Don’t die.
Brain test level 1 is when your brain is actually tested as to how well it thinks and acts independently of whatever is telling it. Brain test level 30 is when your brain is tested to see if it can think and act in a way that is independent of the answers.
Brain test level 30 is the hardest level to get right. To get a perfect score, you have to know the answers to a lot of questions and figure out what the answers to the questions are. Brain test level 30 is a lot harder than level 1 because your brain is also being tested to see if it can think and act in a way that is independent of the answers.
I don’t think there’s any doubt that you can accomplish level 30 without knowing the answers to the questions. After all, most of the time you don’t even know what the question is asking for. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get a perfect score the first time you do. In fact, it’s quite likely that you will be able to score less than perfect on the first try.
As for the specific questions, there are hundreds of them, ranging from things like: “What is the difference between a real man and a man who is not a man?” to “What is the difference between a real man and a man who is not a man?” To see if you can answer them, you simply answer with your brain (not your mind). You may very well have to guess at some points. But you should be able to do it.