How could one explain oneself. . .                                      How to perceive the world

One can only perceive the world through its goals.


We do not see the world as it is before us (that is, the same for everyone), but one that shows the brain to us because of its purposes.


Since every person has his own characteristic goals, he also sees his own world, to which he responds individually.


(By the way: Since each genus has its specific goals, it also looks like the world).


Thus, people can perceive the world only from the perspective of the respective viewer.


By the way: mind means to perceive a thing exactly, to understand it. You can only understand what you have a facility for.


(If you meet something for an absolutely new, then of course you can also record that, understand it - but, as I said, only according to its attachments (its goals). Thus, the new from the outside and inner world of people from the brain of his system customized.


First of all, you pick up the world through the goals in one self and then with your selected senses - in that order. Although the brain receives constantly unfiltered stimuli (humans take about 11 million bits per second), but it does not simply depict the world ahead 1:1, but selects it with its midpoints, which then align the senses so that they only perceive the information that fits the goals of the brain.


So, these millions of bits are not there to map the environment exactly for us, but to compare the structures that emerge after selecting through our goals with the stored ones in the brain and, if necessary, correct them by learning (changing synapses).


In general, it is the case that people has the world of his genes in his head, together with those who have been built up through experience and learning in him.


That is why we perceive the world differently and possibly wrongly; because we were not in the right midpoints. (Incorrect in the relationship that we have disadvantages, for example, not responding appropriately.)


And since targeting also affects the storage of brain experiences, it can lead to false information.


If you are in a strange environment and without expectations, you have to turn 180 degrees, then it takes milliseconds before you consciously perceive or recognize what lies before you. This lays on the brain: First, the general - as I call it - bit-taking takes place, then the brain searches for similarities and perceives them. Depending on the extent to which this perception does not agree with what is lying in front of you, that is, it is new, it is corrected if it is relevant.


The recognition also takes place through goals; you can recognize what was stored in the brain again. Here is also the reason for confusion (because the brain is looking for similarities).


The selected stimuli may alter existing neural networks in the brain, or generate new ones if goals (midpoints) in the psyche consider this to be important. If there are more or less pronounced differences with respect to the stimuli to what has been stored so far, then it will be adjusted.


By means of the senses, which send their information to the brain via attention, this is always up to date - if the goals of perception are not restricted too much from certain (rigid) midpoints.


Without new information from the senses, the brain is blind - and only acts according to its previous information that it had stored.


With regard to cognition, individual things are not important. It depends on the destination. If this is to look at details, then they will be especially noticed. But when it comes to storing the overall impression, then you perceive this as a whole.


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