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31 Vision And Perception Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Vision And Perception Sayings By John Gardner: I know everything, you see,' the old voice wheedled. 'The beginning, the present, the end. I know everything, you see,' the old voice wheedled. 'The beginning, the present, the end. Everything. You now, you see the past and the present, like other low creatures: no higher faculties than memory and perception. But dragons, my boy, have a whole different kind of mind.' He stretched his mouth in a kind of smile, no trace of pleasure in it. 'We are from the mountaintop: all time, all space. We see in one instant the passionate vision and the blowout. — John Gardner
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Vision And Perception Sayings By Aisha Mirza: Sometimes we must forge distance to gauge clarity in our vision and perception. Sometimes we must forge distance to gauge clarity in our vision and perception. — Aisha Mirza
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Vision And Perception Sayings By Derek Rydall: On visioning: In visioning, you're not using your limited perception of life to manifest. You're On visioning: In visioning, you're not using your limited perception of life to manifest. You're using your mind for the purpose it was actually created - as an avenue of awareness, a receiving station to pick up the divine ideas being broadcast everywhere. And once you catch this vision, it doesn't just manifest, it changes you, stretches you, transforming you into a person who can handle the higher vibration and larger manifestation. You don't just get the new Mercedes, you get Mercedes Consciousness. You become the change you want to see. — Derek Rydall
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Vision And Perception Sayings By Stuart Wilde: Remember, most of the things you think you need are ego trips designed to bolster Remember, most of the things you think you need are ego trips designed to bolster your image and your perception of security ... You'll waste a lot of energy satisfying your ego only to find that, as soon as it's got what it wants, it ignores all your efforts and promptly nails another list of demands to your forehead. The ego will always try to force you to slave for its vision. I wouldn't stand for that BS if I were you. — Stuart Wilde
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Vision And Perception Sayings By Francis Stevens: When our poor, faultily sensitive vision can perceive a thing, we say that it is When our poor, faultily sensitive vision can perceive a thing, we say that it is visible. When the nerves of touch can feel it, we say that it is tangible. Yet I tell you there are beings intangible to our physical sense, yet whose presence is felt by the spirit, and invisible to our eyes merely because those organs are not attuned to the light as reflected from their bodies. But light passed through the screen, which we are about to use has a wavelength novel to the scientific world, and by it you shall see with the eyes of the flesh that which has been invisible since life began. Have no fear! ("Unseen - Unfeared") — Francis Stevens
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Vision And Perception Sayings By Kilroy J. Oldster: Beauty surrounds us, but oftentimes it takes a person with a poetic perception, an artist's Beauty surrounds us, but oftentimes it takes a person with a poetic perception, an artist's way of looking at the world, to first notice the sublime, and then stagecraft the splendor of nature so that other people can perceive their synoptic vision. The spirit and aesthetic intention behind the work is what assigns the work its artistic quality. Great works of poetry and writing, for instance, express not simply a criticism of life, but also encompass a philosophy for living. — Kilroy J. Oldster
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Vision And Perception Sayings By Robert Henri: Sometimes we do grip the concert in a human head, and so hold it that Sometimes we do grip the concert in a human head, and so hold it that in a way we get a record of it into paint, but the vision and expressing of one day will not do for the next. — Robert Henri
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Vision And Perception Sayings By Joe Goodrich: Your minds PERCEPTION of the past will change your future vision, and either prevent or Your minds PERCEPTION of the past will change your future vision, and either prevent or propel forward progress in life. — Joe Goodrich
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Vision And Perception Sayings By Starhawk: But the final price of freedom is the willingness to face that most frightening of But the final price of freedom is the willingness to face that most frightening of all beings, one's own self. Starlight vision, the "other way of knowing," is the mode of perception of the unconscious, rather than the conscious mind. The depths of our own beings are not all sunlit; to see clearly, we must be willing to dive into the dark, inner abyss and acknowledge the creatures we may find there. For, as Jungian analyst M. Esther Harding explains in Woman's Mysteries, "These subjective factors ... are potent psychical entities, they belong to the totality of our being, they cannot be destroyed. So long as they are unrecognized outcasts from our conscious life, they will come between us and all the objects we view, and our whole world will be either distorted or illuminated. — Starhawk
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Vision And Perception Sayings By David Papineau: The use of neuroscientific data to help resolve phenomenological questions is proving a common theme The use of neuroscientific data to help resolve phenomenological questions is proving a common theme in much contemporary thinking about the mind. How rich are the contents of visual perception? Does vision only tell us about shapes and colours, or does it also represent higher categories like lemon or umbrella? — David Papineau
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Vision And Perception Sayings By Kimberly Morgan: People say the darkness is where secrets are best hidden. Night time brings clarity and People say the darkness is where secrets are best hidden. Night time brings clarity and focus to owls, even if the aperture of this vision comes with a stigma. — Kimberly Morgan
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Vision And Perception Sayings By Aldous Huxley: I am not so foolish as to equate what happens under the influence of mescalin I am not so foolish as to equate what happens under the influence of mescalin or of any other drug, prepared or in the future preparable, with the realization of the end and ultimate purpose of human life: Enlightenment, the Beatific Vision. All I am suggesting is that the mescalin experience is what Catholic theologians call "a gratuitous grace," not necessary to salvation but potentially helpful and to be accepted thankfully, if made available. To be shaken out of the ruts of ordinary perception, to be shown for a few timeless hours the outer and the inner world, not as they appear to an animal obsessed with survival or to a human being obsessed with words and notions, but as they are apprehended, directly and unconditionally, by Mind at Large - this is an experience of inestimable value to everyone and especially to the intellectual. — Aldous Huxley
Vision And Perception Sayings By David Hoffmeister: There is nothing left to seek for in this world when it can be exchanged There is nothing left to seek for in this world when it can be exchanged for another one. No thought of gain or loss, winning or losing, success or failure ever had any meaning. Fantasy is not real and dreaming is not Being One. You are ready to Awaken to Oneness. And as you awaken the whole world awakens as well. For the world was never more than a misperception. As perception becomes whole, the single mind sees only wholeness. At last you are ready to see with Inner Vision, and you realize that physical sight was nothing but the illusion of being in the dark. The Light has come and it is time to rejoice! It is time! — David Hoffmeister
Vision And Perception Sayings By Jean Baker Miller: As other perceptions arise ... the total vision of human possibilities enlarges and is transformed. As other perceptions arise ... the total vision of human possibilities enlarges and is transformed. — Jean Baker Miller
Vision And Perception Sayings By Henri Bergson: You will obtain a vision of matter that is perhaps fatiguing for your imagination, but You will obtain a vision of matter that is perhaps fatiguing for your imagination, but pure and stripped of what the requirements of life make you add to it in external perception. — Henri Bergson
Vision And Perception Sayings By Tom Robbins: There is a particularly unattractive and discouragingly common affliction called tunnel vision, which for all There is a particularly unattractive and discouragingly common affliction called tunnel vision, which for all the misery it causes, ought to top the job list at the World Health Organization. Tunnel vision is a disease in which perception is restricted by ignorance and distorted by vested interest. Tunnel vision is caused by an optic fungus that multiplies when the brain is less energetic than the ego. It is complicated by exposure to politics. When a good dea is run through the filters and compressors of ordinary tunnel vision, it not only comps out reduced in scale and value but in its new dogmatic configuration produces effects the opposite of those for which it originally was intended. — Tom Robbins
Vision And Perception Sayings By Eric Micha'el Leventhal: To see through the illusion of duality, remember that fear and darkness have no substance To see through the illusion of duality, remember that fear and darkness have no substance in themselves, for they do not indicate the presence of a second universal force, but are only names given to the one Light unperceived. — Eric Micha'el Leventhal
Vision And Perception Sayings By Pattiann Rogers: Mothers,fathers,our kind,tell me again that death doesn't matter.Tell me it's just a limitation of vision Mothers,fathers,our kind,tell me again that death doesn't matter.Tell me it's just a limitation of vision ,a fold of landscape,a deep flax-and-poppy-filled gully hidden on the hill, pleat in our perception a somersault of existence,natural,even beneficent even a gift,the only key to the red-lacquered door at the end of the hall,"water within water," those old stories. — Pattiann Rogers
Vision And Perception Sayings By Agatha Christie: He has neither what I call the outward vision (seeing details all around you what He has neither what I call the outward vision (seeing details all around you what is called an observant person) nor the inner vision
concentration, the focusing of the mind on one object. He has a purposefully limited vision. He sees only what blends and harmonises with the bent of his mind. — Agatha Christie
Vision And Perception Sayings By Mahmud Tarzi: Although age has its normal limits, it may be extended by two things-the study of Although age has its normal limits, it may be extended by two things-the study of history and by travel. Reading history broadens one's perception of the creation of the world, while travel extends one's field of vision. — Mahmud Tarzi
Vision And Perception Sayings By Kirtida Gautam: One can perceive me only with his limited vision. A droplet can't perceive the extent One can perceive me only with his limited vision. A droplet can't perceive the extent of the ocean.

~ Aarush Kashyap — Kirtida Gautam
Vision And Perception Sayings By Charles Dickens: Such is the influence which the condition of our own thoughts, exercises, even over the Such is the influence which the condition of our own thoughts, exercises, even over the appearance of external objects. Men who look on nature, and their fellow-men, and cry that all is dark and gloomy, are in the right; but the sombre colours are reflections from their own jaundiced eyes and hearts. The real hues are delicate, and need a clearer vision. — Charles Dickens
Vision And Perception Sayings By Wolfgang Pauli: When one analyzes the pre-conscious step to concepts, one always finds ideas which consist of When one analyzes the pre-conscious step to concepts, one always finds ideas which consist of 'symbolic images.' The first step to thinking is a painted vision of these inner pictures whose origin cannot be reduced only and firstly to the sensual perception but which are produced by an 'instinct to imagining' and which are re-produced by different individuals independently, i.e. collectively ... But the archaic image is also the necessary predisposition and the source of a scientific attitude. To a total recognition belong also those images out of which have grown the rational concepts. — Wolfgang Pauli
Vision And Perception Sayings By Toni Jerrman: The editor needs to put his own life on hold for the better of the The editor needs to put his own life on hold for the better of the magazine, the crew, and the readers. And to have a bigger vision of the magazine's style and an understanding that every [issue] should be well-balanced and hopefully surprising. To have a pink wall with a door of perception where he can bang his head on. — Toni Jerrman
Vision And Perception Sayings By Aldous Huxley: The extent to which perception and, consequently, vision are dependent upon memory and imagination is The extent to which perception and, consequently, vision are dependent upon memory and imagination is a matter of every day experience. We see familiar things more clearly then when we see objects about which we have no stock of memories. The old seamstress, who cannot read without glasses, can see to thread needle with the naked eye. Why? Because she is more familiar with needles then with print. In man who can work all day at the office without undue fatigue of the eyes is worn out by an hour at the museum and comes home with a splitting headache. Why? Because in the office he is following a regular routine and looking at words and figures, the bike of which he looks at every day; whereas in the museum everything is strange novel, and outlandish. — Aldous Huxley
Vision And Perception Sayings By Lester Bangs: Astral Weeks, insofar as it can be pinned down, is a record about people stunned Astral Weeks, insofar as it can be pinned down, is a record about people stunned by life, completely overwhelmed, stalled in their skins, their ages and selves, paralyzed by the enormity of what in one moment of vision they can comprehend. It is a precious and terrible gift, born of a terrible truth, because what they see is both infinitely beautiful and terminally horrifying: the unlimited human ability to create or destroy, according to whim. It's no Eastern mystic or psychedelic vision of the emerald beyond, nor is it some Baudelairean perception of the beauty of sleaze and grotesquerie. Maybe what it boils down to is one moment's knowledge of the miracle of life, with its inevitable concomitant, a vertiginous glimpse of the capacity to be hurt, and the capacity to inflict that hurt. — Lester Bangs
Vision And Perception Sayings By Tarashankar Bandyopadhyay: Education, learning by heart, may come to one but not knowledge in the deepest sense Education, learning by heart, may come to one but not knowledge in the deepest sense until the master pleases to transmit it to you. It is done as a favor. When your learning merges into real comprehension then the world takes on a different look. It is only then that one can see beyond vision, perceive beyond perception and the art of feeling the pulse-beat becomes true knowledge. You can even sense the presence of death in the midst of life. — Tarashankar Bandyopadhyay
Vision And Perception Sayings By Jeanne De Salzmann: As I try to remember myself, I see where my wish comes from. It is As I try to remember myself, I see where my wish comes from. It is from my ordinary "I." So long as the impulse comes from the possessiveness at the core of my personality, it will not bring the freedom necessary for a perception that is direct. When I see this . . . I have the impression of being a little freer. . . . But I wish to keep this freedom, and the way I wish comes again from possessiveness. It is like finding freedom from the influence only to fall back under it again, as though following a movement inward toward the more real and then a movement outward away from the real. If I am able to observe and live this, I will see that these two movements are not separate. They are one and the same process. And I need to feel them like the ebb and flow of a tide, with a keen attention that does not let itself be carried away and that, by its vision, keeps a balance. — Jeanne De Salzmann
Vision And Perception Sayings By E.H. Gombrich: Hildebrand, too, challenged the ideals of scientific naturalism by an appeal to the psychology of Hildebrand, too, challenged the ideals of scientific naturalism by an appeal to the psychology of perception: if we attempt to analyze our mental images to discover their primary constituents, we will find them composed of sense data derived from vision and from memories of touch and movement. A sphere, for instance, appears to the eye as a flat disk; it is touch which informs us of the properties of space and form. Any attempt on the part of the artist to eliminate this knowledge is futile, for without it he would not perceive the world at all. His task is, on the contrary, to compensate for the absence of movement in his work by clarifying his image and thus conveying not only visual sensations but also those memories of touch which enable us to reconstitute the three-dimensional form in our minds. — E.H. Gombrich
Vision And Perception Sayings By Eugene S. Ferguson: Pyramids, cathedrals, and rockets exist not because of geometry, theories of structures, or thermodynamics, but Pyramids, cathedrals, and rockets exist not because of geometry, theories of structures, or thermodynamics, but because they were first a picture- literally a vision-in the minds of those who built them. Society is where it is today because people had the perception; the images and the imagination; the creativity that the Arts provide, to make the world the place we live in today. — Eugene S. Ferguson
Vision And Perception Sayings By Edward De Bono: A painter may be looking at the world in a way which is very different A painter may be looking at the world in a way which is very different from everyone else. If he's a craftsman, he can get other people to see the world through his eyes, and so he enlarges our vision, perception, and there's great value in that. — Edward De Bono