Restricted, well I think we know quite about it these days, especially if one has a differing viewpoint than the one being offered as the mainstream narrative.
And when it comes to expanding out and upon ones knowledge, mainstream learning is like living in a desert beside a dripping tap and the stories being observed and fed are mirages all around to feed a narrative and agenda, whereas being an Autodidactic Polymath is about learning to swim and navigate in an ocean of information and developing ones discernment.
And to drop the restricted learning, one begins learning off others, and the greater variety and eclectic nature, the better, and depending on the stage one is at, will depend on who one begins to learn off, and the following is a small section of people, and even though they don’t know it, the information they put forth continually is helping to drop more veils and move my horizon further away, and also helping to develop a greater clarity of vision.
Brian Gerrish & Mike Robinson
Dr Sam Bailey
I know what I look at and write about isn’t for everyone, and over time people will drop off my list and people will come on to my list, it’s the nature and development of learning, for:
Life is about growing and developing, the mainstream is about controlling and restricting – it’s as simple as that