In order to utilize intuition, physical skills are often required. The human brain and body are packed with many nerve cells, through which weak electrical signals flow to transmit instructions from the brain to the muscles. The synapses that connect the nerves are called synapses, which become thicker in the parts that are used frequently and thinner in the parts that are not used frequently, and eventually break. The thicker the synapses that connect nerves, the smoother the flow of electrical signals from the brain, the quicker we can answer questions when studying, and the smoother and faster we can move when exercising.

The way to make these synapses thicker is through repetitive practice. Repetition is the process of repeating what you have learned over and over again. Repetition of something you are not interested in can be painful, but if it is something you like, practice can be relatively enjoyable.

And if the repetition is repeated over a medium to long period of time and the pathway from brain to nerves and synapses to muscles is established, the learned skill will not be forgotten even if you don't practice it for a week or a month. This is called long-term memory. The greater the number of synapses, the more accurately and quickly electrical signals from the brain can be sent to the muscles. Advanced practitioners who can perform complex and advanced techniques have a large number of synapses in their long-term memory due to years of repeated practice. The only way to improve is through repetition, and the only thing you can work on for the long term is what you like and are interested in, there are no shortcuts.


Once you understand these things, you can see that there is a lot of waste in real life. For example, the annual tuition fees for language schools vary from 200,000 yen to 1,000,000 yen, but it seems that paying 1,000,000 yen will give you a better education and help you improve faster than 200,000 yen. However, there is no way to get better at speaking a foreign language except by speaking it yourself, and although paying one million yen and having a good teacher gives you a sense of security, it does not mean that you will be able to speak five times faster than paying 200,000 yen. The only way to get better at speaking is to have conversations, make your synapses thicker, and repeat until you can speak naturally without converting words in your head. In other words, it is all about repetition and the willingness of the student to learn. The amount of growth is proportional to the number of repetitions. The amount of growth is proportional to the number of repetitions. The rest depends on the individual's natural talent, personality, physical ability, and environment.