In a message dated 10/30/1999 1:54:03 PM Pacific Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
But the previous days' events have had the opportunity to be "processed" by sleep, to be "integrated" or "incorporated" while today's events have not. By this theory, there ought to be some power which yesterday's events have which today's do not, or some fundamental difference in my access to those events from my access to today's. But I don't perceive any such difference. Whether I learned something yesterday, or I learned it today, I seem to have (roughly) equal access to the learning. >>
Maybe it takes more than one session to process. They say let a letter written in passion sit for ten days, then re-read it before sending.