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Lens Of Perception

Lens Of Perception

Our internal condition bias determines our observation and this 'lens' cannot ever be entirely removed from our experience. It is our emotional reaction to that perception stimulus that becomes the memory of what transpired. Sun rise to sun set, full moon to new moon, yet we cling on to labeled memories as if they are god given instructions that dictate new perceptions so we can easily define our journey and who we are. The realization of that mechanism liberates the self from the identity, and the experience from the label.


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I like to put myself in situations where i make interesting mistakes. Artist by nature. Engineer by study. Designer by profession. Martial Artist by Interest. Mage by inheritance, and i live by two seas and a river.

Dont get stuck in the past unless u really want too.

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