To train Notion to an imagined thought, you need to use the training tab.
Select the + button to add your first training. A name will automatically be generated for the training.
You may rename the training if you so choose, this can help you remember at a glance when and where you did this training. All you need to do is click on the title and you can edit the text. You can enter some notes too.
Next, you'll want to select a thought to train.
It's important to try and think the same thoughts each time when prompted. Press start training to when you're ready.
Next, you will see a sentences flash before your eyes. These indicated which thought to think at which time. The first command is always your baseline, then an active state.
You will eventually see real-time feedback and when you think the command is working well enough, you can press the stop button.
Then select Try Kinesis to be brought back to the main menu where you can test out the new command. You'll see that you may now select the currently selected training from the Metric Timeline or Metric Predictions panels.
You'll see the probability of that thought over time in the graph.
Training is working when you're able to hold the probability over 0.9 on command for a couple of seconds. You should also not see false positives, or where you're probability goes over 0.9 by accident.