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  1. Well, why not? Very useful indeed! Especially if the most important thing in life is comfort and stability.

    From a physiological point of view, consistency is necessary for the brain to survive. It requires no effort. Yes, and just nice.

    But what about the paradox that persistence hinders the development and realization of potential?

    Everything new for the brain is stress. When encountering a new one, a “template break” occurs. To overcome it, the brain must form a new neutron connection. And this is a huge energy consumption.

    It turns out that any changes occur in spite of our biology.

    There are several structures in the brain that are designed to protect against the potentially dangerous effects of change. This is why humans are genetically programmed to resist change.

    My friend, a pleasant, kind, sympathetic person – is a big fan of reviewing “Scarlet Sails” and “It can't Be!”a hundred times. Thrice-married, single. If he doesn't learn to live alone, I think he will have to change his life scenario with the help of specialists.

    The brain is insidious, likes to lead on the wrong path-more calm and lazy. It resists the new, makes us neophobes, and then outsiders. Creativity and open thinking will have to be abandoned, as well as other ingredients of success.

    Isn't that why 50-70% of innovative initiatives fail every year?

    Now pay attention! Emotional intelligence can help curb the inertia of the brain so that it promotes, rather than hinders, change!

  2. welcome

    I'll answer with my own creative point of view.


    first, about films and generally about works and audiovisual works.

    You're watching a movie, and you're always re-watching this boquetto, too

    (I've met someone who watched one movie 40 times.)

    what is boquetto? This (Japanese) is the act of pointless and prolonged looking into the distance.

    that is, you review the movie without any goals, just by watching this video sequence.

    since there is no goal, and you are absorbing the same information, you will start to feel empty soon. this is harmful.

    BUT if you look with a purpose. let's say you are a film critic whose goal is to finish watching a movie and review it if necessary, and then write a review.�

    and here you are looking for meaning, new ideas, plot twists, shots, scenes, etc.

    it is known that when reviewing, you can notice something new that is no longer drowned out by something else during the previous review.

    even if you continue and at least 2-3 times you will find an idea again, especially the relationship between the story taking place on the external background and the story on the main background, then this way you gain experience in analysis(and not only). not harmful, but useful.


    now let's talk about re-doing something for a long time.

    two responses before me have already expressed the benefits of this activity

    I'll add more areas (and I generally think that this is how we hone the skill) where this is worth doing,�

    BUT (most importantly) have a goal to do this.

    fields: music, sports, writing, math, experimentation, programming, drawing, and more.

    In conclusion, I want to make a suggestion:

    sometimes such questions can be asked to find a unique or pronounced point of view for themselves.

    now to the state after “boquetto”,

    if you are insanely creative,�

    then you can enter this state,�

    fill it with new details, ideas, and associations,

    or create and look at the result.

  3. If you use heroin for a long time, you can start playing guitar like Stevie Vai, but this is not accurate.

    What's the question anyway? Football was on everyone's tongue recently, wasn't it? Look at all the Messis out there – it's not like they've been doing the same thing for a long time, they've been kicking balls all their lives, do you think it's bad for them?

    Of course, if you review, for example, such a masterpiece as Gorky, it will not benefit, although there will be no tangible harm: the blood will go through your eyes already in the middle of the first viewing. So the second time you'll just listen, and that's nothing.

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