This is a question about the Limitless component contained within Emperor v4. I’ll try to describe this in a straight-forward, specific manner in order to get the most appropriate responses.
I work in a (somewhat) specialized field (Not in the sense of medicine or engineering, but in the sense of anthropology, psychology, sociology, etc. By ‘specialized’, I just mean a field in which professional licensing or graduate training is usually required to find work.).
In my case, after I completed training, I moved to a different geographical location where I’ve worked over the past decade. Due to local regulations, if I had stayed in my original location, I would have taken a final licensing examination, but because there were different standards in the place I moved to, I was not required to do so. Subsequently, I got busy with my job and did not prioritize the examination.
Now, in order to feel a greater sense of freedom of movement (maybe you can see where this is going), I’m choosing to complete that licensing process. (In other words, this is a potentially important element of my Emperor goals. Licensure would expand the number of places where I could work, and would contribute to my sense of autonomy, freedom, and self-determination. I think it might also contribute to my entrepreneurial goals to a certain extent.)
So, the question: would the Limitless component contained in Emperor v4 give sufficient support for my process of preparing for the licensing exam? Is this actually the type of purpose for which that Limitless component was intended? What’s the merit of introducing a few reps of the Limitless v2 program?
(My core stack right now is Ecstasy of Gold and Emperor. Anything else that I add has to fit on top of those. Also, I listened to Limitless v2 for 2 months, October and November, during the time that I was in Stage 2 of Ecstasy of Gold. So I have some background. Finally, ever since that sales e-mail went out, last month I think, I’ve started playing Limitless v2 (ultrasonic) for my son at night, and so I might actually already be taking it in that way. We’re in the same room.)
Thank you for any responses.