Certainly you can do conscious learning faster – just do more, more often, more intensely.  Of cousre, that may or may not be valuable, may or may not add up to more knowledge – depends on how you go about it.  Maybe your automatic mind quietly weakens it or dismantles it, or prevents you from.

Certainly you can do conscious learning faster – just do more, more often, more intensely.  Of cousre, that may or may not be valuable, may or may not add up to more knowledge – depends on how you go about it.  Maybe your automatic mind quietly weakens it or dismantles it, or prevents you from.

Certainly you can do conscious learning faster – just do more, more often, more intensely.  Of cousre, that may or may not be valuable, may or may not add up to more knowledge – depends on how you go about it.  Maybe your automatic mind quietly weakens it or dismantles it, or prevents you from.

Certainly you can do conscious learning faster – just do more, more often, more intensely.  Of cousre, that may or may not be valuable, may or may not add up to more knowledge – depends on how you go about it.  Maybe your automatic mind quietly weakens it or dismantles it, or prevents you from.

I initially worried about the potential conflict of treating coronary arteries and PD

I was worried that statins conflicted with parkinson treatment because I thought that lowering cholesterol with statin would lower brain cholesterol so I minimized the statin.  But I met with  cardio gut the other day and he said statin doesn’t prevent cholesterol from getting to the brain