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It determines what we see what we do what we feel It controls our emotions our thoughts and our conscience What is this remarkable element of the human mind It is called perception Perception as defined in the Merrian-Webster Dictionary as the following- 1 a awareness of the elements of environment through physical sensation b Physical sensation interpreted in the light of experience 2 a quick acute and intuitive cognition APPRECIATION b capacity for comprehension Perception As hard as it is to define it it is impossible to correctly conceive a correct or right way to use it Perception varies with not only humans but with virtually all other animals as well whether through instinct or with conscious thought Let us take this a step farther When a bee looks at a flower that is meant for feeding from they do not only notice the colors the human mind sees The bee sees a yellow run-way directly into the core of the flower guiding it into the source of nectar This brings us to the question- is what we see real or is what we see our own reality What the human mind sees is only three dimensions Since Albert Einstein first conjured the scientific possibility of a fourth dimension human beings have longed to see it Many people assume that it does not exist simply because they cannot see it They are not able to see the yellow run-way into the heart of a flower but to the bee and an ultraviolet light that run-way is certainly real Peoples physical use of their own perception is very limited as such noticeable in the tunnel-vision effect A good example of the Tunnel Vision effect is a perception or thought such as if I cannot see it it simply does not exist We as humans are limited not only to what we can sense but how we perceive what
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