TemerityCurious you delve,And elucidate verbose observation,Every trenchant idea,Obscure, crass,Obtuse,But about here, wry temerity,Sanguine questioning,And valid base usurp mean faction,Give up opaque word,Sound language can represent you.
Endeavourendeavour through individual thoughtto understand this cunningly obdurate systemobsequious characters enervateminds languishgallingly festooned with torpid opiniona herculean pedagoguehis sedulous caterwaula salient admonition of nefarious zealthat will expunge arid formand alleviate vapid acumenour mellifluous pariahdelighting in miscreant societydeft vicissitude and impecunious guilehave secreted beautya fusillade to amelioratethe paragon of ennui
what you canEverything is true,Yes it is,No it isn't,The restrictions are your own restrictions,It can do what you can,Nothing is true,Yes it is,No it isn't,The exceptions are the ones you choose,It can do what you can,
the reflectionwatch your reflection,but who is it?the white door quickly opens,the rigid silver handle is gripped,in the supple white hand,cold air pours from inside to out,while curious eyes scan from top to bottom,cold feet wriggle,a shiver,rising to the hands,the white door slowly closing,condensation left on the rigid silver handle,the cold ghost of a human hand,sows an idea in the mind,the cold ghost of a human hand,condensation left on the rigid silver handle,the white door slowly closing,rising to the hands,a shiver,cold feet wriggle,while curious eyes scan from top to bottom,cold air pours from inside to out,in the supple white hand,the rigid silver handle is gripped,the white door quickly opens,
thinking without language?Most of us have been using language for about as long as we can remember. Language is an integral part of how we think, and for many of us thinking without language seems nonsensical. I need eyes to see, ears to hear, and I can't think without language.Here is an experiment you can try out right in the comfort of your very own mind:1. Imagine you have a ball in your right hand.2. Imagine throwing the ball to your left hand.3. Imagine you miss, and the ball falls on the floor.4. Imagine a dog ran into your field of view and took the ball and ran away.Try closing your eyes and thinking of that sequence of events, while consciously trying to avoid any mental reference to words. You're not 'holding a ball', you're merely using your mind's eye to watch the ball in your hand. Thinking visually, not verbally.I think most people should be able to simply replay the imagined sequence of events in their mind more or less as if it was a movie. You don't need a verbal commentary to go with i
reality-hacking myselfI remember, as a very small child, being in the back of the car on various occasions. I would look out of the window onto a depthful scene, marvel at the parallax, and then focus on the foreground, and try and stop my eyes from latching onto everything that passed by. I wanted to get a smooth panning effect in my vision as we passed by. I found the only way to do it was to focus on something further away that was comparatively stationary. Try as I could, I could not override the automatic object tracking feature that is apparently hard wired into me.I remember, as a sixth former, travelling in trains to school, standing at one end of the carriage, looking at the other end of the carriage, focussing my eyes on the door at the opposite end of the carriage, but focussing my attention on the windows down the length of the carriage. The sense of motion was quite amazing. There was no perception of the objects visible through the windows, merely a sense of rushing colour. It was quite an am