Thursday, October 15, 2009

MIND - Paradigm Rhyme: Open_Notes 6

rehearsing the future = imagination - stretch your imagination - open your mind - THINK - patterns organize and structure our experiences - occupying many spaces at the same time - yet remaining distinct - we see with our minds - our visual world, our visual reality - (what we see is what we know - our awareness level) - expand the boundaries of your knowledge - your observable universe - what we see and don't see is determined by the concepts, assumptions, beliefs in our head - subtract the limitations of the mind from your awareness - eliminate the boundaries of the mind - move beyond our conceptualizations - you have the power to choose how you perceive the world around you - the very act of perceiving the world is an integral part of the way it is understood - linking the spaces we imagine with the spaces we live in.

memory and expectation - peering into certain aspects in a visual way - exploring - engaging our sense of wonder - encounter something completely new - immerse our senses - our consciousness - pocket of virtual space in our minds to model the outside spaces - mirror of the world, seat of consciousness - able to share with others - magicked out of the mental void - creationism - esemplastic adj. [bringing together or able to bring together different concepts and thoughts into a unified whole - the esemplastic ability of the imagination] - esemplasticity - expanded human consciousness - minds eye - doorway to the universe of the imagination - step through the door and lock it behind you - what is your mental locking mechanism?

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