The Living Mind

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
This is a short article about how humans could extend what they see by exploring their minds.

Submitted: August 24, 2012

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A biological organism is itself the definition of life. Life is perceived to be a distinguishing characteristic that has the ability of self sustainability separating it from objects that are not, either because it has deceased or is not a biological organism (a rock for example). One key aspect of life is that it has the ability to grow and become a larger form of itself. What i would like to get across is that if we stop thinking of human beings as (biological organisms) a higher form of an object. We can realise the ultimate possibilities of what these facts can unlock. Our minds are the most complicated form of life that we have yet discovered, i realise that as life can be expanded then why do most humans not expand their minds? Why must we not open up what we think? When you look at a simple object, take your time to observe it and let your mind make an informed decision on what it is. You can then understand this object more than if you were to simply glance at it. If people were to understand more about what they see this could unlock immense possibilities. In 1969 the human race sent the first of our kind to the reach the moon, but do we really understand what we sore. The answer is no because NASA and the rather magnificent astronauts that took to the lunar surface didn’t look properly. They may have gazed upon the dusty landscape but maybe if they had took a minute to observe a rock from the moon their minds may have been able to unlock some information that we do not know. The point i am making is that though you think your brain is making perfect sense of the close objects, take a second to stare, this could help your brain see more than your eyes. After all, eyes just detect light in electro-chemical neurons and let the brain decide what you are seeing.


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