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What part of human perception is based on linguistic destinctions?


By Un-Registered - Posted on 13 August 2014

Fred DavisFred Davis

I lay down a few distinctions that aid with living life.

  • Perception is the intersection of sense organ input and the interpretation of it.
  • (And there is no way to know which is predominate or by how much.)
  • Perception can be either 'centric' (having something to do with what appears here) or 'a-centric' (having not much to do with what appears here.)
  • It is a basic division between experience (with some thought) and thought (alone).
  • Why not move most of your attention to centric perception?
  • (Spiritual search is a-centric perception.)

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