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Human Perception

Our five senses combine and create our understanding of what's real and what is not. They tell us what to pay attention to, and what to shun.

The physical environment today is complex and there are more 'senses' that we are discovering in our body, beyond the ones known for thousands of years.

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Sometimes, all you need to do is look at things from a different perspective.

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