How clearly can you visualise? ….Can you visualise with even more details then what has been described above? Are you looking at a picture of you turning the tap and removing your clothes or are you in the picture? Can you feel your hand touching the tap, turning or pressing the tap, feeling any sensations on your body…
To understand the mammalian brain we need a map of all the connections between its neurons. The first one – covering a microscopic volume – is now in…. This overlapping rainbow of connecting cells represents new insights into how mammalian brains work. The techniques used to create this three-dimensional map of a tiny chunk of mouse brain could help neuroscientists understand the connections that make up our own brains
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Continuing the series on Metaphor, this article draws from an business example, one that is associated with my own profession: Project Management and Program Management. This specific example comes from one book that has a theme or metaphor throughout the whole book, which is very well used. So this is a metaphor used to explain a complex discipline. Visualizing Project Management Visualizing Project Management third edition, has four parts: Part One draws on systems thinking [Read more...]
We often talk in our training about the concept of changing ones intention, changes the person’s attention and then we focus on certain aspects in our field of view. Our attention fixing is both useful (focussed), but also limiting because we miss very obvious changes in the world around us too. Using our peripheral vision can assist us in seeing larger patterns, but we may miss something that was meant to be obvious. See what [Read more...]
What Hallucination Reveals about Our Minds Added by Sonya Yeh Spencer, ITANLP Trainer, Educator & Coach Did you know that about 10 percent of the hearing impaired people get musical hallucinations and about 10 percent of the visually impaired people get visual hallucinations? How do we do it? In this facinating video, you will learn a little bit more about how our brain works. Dr. Oliver Sacks shares with you some interesting insights.
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Full atricle – neurophilosophy Category: Neuroscience • Vision, Posted on: November 6, 2009 12:50 PM, by Mo A novel temporal illusion, in which the cause of an event is perceived to occur after the event itself, provides some insight into the brain mechanisms underlying conscious perception. The illusion, described in the journal Current Biology by a team of researchers from France, suggests that the unconscious representation of a visual object is processed for around one [Read more...]