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The Images We See

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The Images We See

The Images We See: The eye is a camera that records all that's before us. It's the Viewmaster of our thinking vitality. The mind's eye processes moving pictures into still frames for further examination. All this seeing is cataloged in your brain. Billions of images are stored, but only a small percentage is actually retained in the conscious mind. Most are hidden from daily view in the subconscious, to be brought back into the reality of the conscious mind when needed. Those images require thinking and visual stimulation. Your mind needs reminders to pull up relevant and associated forgotten images....

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Art Speaks Through Your Eyes

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Art Speaks Through Your Eyes

Art Speaks Through Your Eyes: Art really does connect to your brain through what you see. Your ears can betray you. Verbal influences, packed with opinions and analysis can take your visual experience on a dogmatical ride. . Seeing for yourself: The art you view in silence provides the opportunity to connect on a genuine emotional and perhaps a philosophical level. When you first cast your eyes on a painting that you have never seen before, your demeanor and even your facial expressions reveal the initial chaotic thoughts brewing inside your mind. Then something magical happens. . Memories and analysis: Your mind...

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