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THAT dress…

By on March 1, 2015
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One of the principles of our Tree of Life coaching method is that your sensory perception of the world is NOT the same as the actual world around us. People look at me like I’m crazy when I say this. I have to go through a whole protocol just to convince them that they can’t trust everything they see (or hear, or least of all feel…).

Once you understand this, you understand that what we normally perceive as ‘reality’ is actually no such thing. it’s simply our perception of reality. And if it’s simply your perception of reality, then your can ‘perceive’ any feeling, and reaction, that you’d like to that perceived reality. Meaning you can be, feel, or do anything you choose.

So THANK YOU Caitlin McNeill for posting a picture of THAT DRESS on the internet. By generating such great publicity, Caitlin has provided a wonderful metaphor to show that you just can’t trust everything you see (or hear, or least of all feel…).

You see your senses, your eyes in this case, don’t record some sort of objective reality. Rather they CREATE the world around you in a  very literal way. Just how they do this is the case of THAT DRESS is explained in the article from Wired magazine linked below.

http://www.wired.com/2015/02/science-one-agrees-color-dress/?sf7701352=1Not since Monica Lewinsky was a White House intern has one blue dress been the source of so much consternation. (And yes, its blue.) The fact that a single image could polarize the entire Internet into two aggressive camps is, lets face it, just another Thursday. This fight is about more than just social mediaits about primal biology and the way human eyes and brains have evolved to see color in a sunlit world. The Science of Why No One Agrees on the Color of This Dress

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