what does 307 mean
As a student of human behavior, this article is a great read to understand why we act the way we do. I think it all goes back to the fact that we are all on a spectrum of self-awareness. We all have our moments of awareness but for whatever reason, we only experience a fraction of the consciousness of other people.
307 is the number of seconds you can hold your breath without losing consciousness. This is a number that is also known as the “hyperventilating” point. It’s when our bodies start to register the sensation of hyperventilation, the release of carbon dioxide, and a loss of consciousness. This happens all the time to people who have recently performed a strenuous activity.
307 is an indicator of the depth of concentration that may be needed to avoid an attack by a hostile power. The hyperventilating point is very close to a person’s point of awareness. A person who is hyperventilating while driving could very well be in a zone of concentration.
307 will also be an indicator of the “temperature” of the area that is being attacked. In a car accident, for example, a person might start to hyperventilate and then go into a zone of concentration, while at the same time the car being driven is in a zone for hypothermia.
307 is an area of the atmosphere where a person is in a zone of concentration. It is an area of the atmosphere that is very close to the person’s awareness. While driving, a person could very well feel like they are in the midst of an attack.
The same goes for the area around a person’s feet. If someone is in a zone of concentration at the moment of a collision on a highway, their feet may be in a zone of concentration as well. This is why they sometimes ask us at the scene of an accident if our feet are in the zone of concentration.
307 is the number of times I have been told I have a heart arrhythmia. It is the number of times I have been told I have a flat tire.
The number of times I have been told I have a flat tire is the number of times I have been told I have a flat tire.
Congested traffic on the highway is often referred to as a “zone of concentration,” and the number of times you are told you have a heart arrhythmia is the number of times you are told you have a flat tire.