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some thoughts on subconscious and vision
    #2740357 - 05/28/04 11:41 AM (18 years, 8 months ago)

i was going to make this all long and stuff, but meh, the last post i made about subconscious langauge no one seemed at all interested in, so i'll keep this one short.

next time you're out walking around, note that one of the more obvious subconscious programs poeple have is to control what they look at. ya know? like its not a person's awareness deciding, i will now look this way i will now look that way, i will now point my eyes slightly up, slightly right, slightly left, i will now squint, and so on.

so you've got this huge field of visual information, and the mind can pretty much map out whats going on in less than a second, the rest of the time is spent focusing on particular things as programmed to.

so i watch poeple go down the street, and i see thier heads get pulled this way and that, they ignore this person, they look at this person. they constantly shift what they're looking at to avoid things, and to concentrate on certain things.

i don't know, i've been having fun with it lately even though it makes me kind of sick.
percieve the pattern and draw your own conclusions. pay attention to what you ignore and focus on then the game is to try and figure out why.

oh well.

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Re: some thoughts on subconscious and vision [Re: truekimbo2]
    #2740603 - 05/28/04 04:02 PM (18 years, 8 months ago)

more what than why.
many shifting filtering priorities to handling the appearance of some colored curve next to a pair of dark zones. (eyes on face? car? the macdonalds logo?)
usually any why has beneath it many more as the whole is a system struggling to be in ballance much more than it is full of intention to achieve anything.
many little intentions play in the filtering pattern
expressions and residue of previous filtering patterns.

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Re: some thoughts on subconscious and vision [Re: redgreenvines]
    #2741970 - 05/29/04 12:15 AM (18 years, 8 months ago)

thanks for posting, thats exactly what i'm talking about.

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