Intuition comes very close to clairvoyance; it appears to be the extrasensory perception of reality.— Alexis Carrel
Successful Perception Reality quotations
I've come to realize that the biggest problem anywhere in the world is that people's perceptions of reality are compulsively filtered through the screening mesh of what they want, and do not want, to be true.
People normally cut reality into compartments, and so are unable to see the interdependence of all phenomena. To see one in all and all in one is to break through the great barrier which narrows one's perception of reality.
Every kind of ignorance in the world all results from not realizing that our perceptions are gambles. We believe what we see and then we believe our interpretation of it, we don’t even know we are making an interpretation most of the time. We think this is reality.
The world is nothing but my perception of it.
I see only through myself. I hear only through the filter of my story.
Do we choose to see possibilities? Do we really believe that they're there? Perception controls our reality, and if we don't believe it, we won't see it.
There is no fixed physical reality, no single perception of the world, just numerous ways of interpreting world views as dictated by one's nervous system and the specific environment of our planetary existence.
Because one believes in oneself, one doesn't try to convince.
Because one is content with oneself, one doesn't need others' approval. Because one accepts oneself, the whole world accepts him or her.
The media has enormous power. The media is undergoing huge changes now. It seemed like it's time to step back and look at how the media shapes our lives and our perceptions of reality.
What you see and what you hear depends a great deal on where you are standing.
It also depends on what sort of person you are.
I am free, and always have been; free to accept my own reality, free to trust my perceptions, free to believe what makes me feel sane even if others call me crazy, free to disagree even if it means great loss, free to seek the way home until I find it.
Perception and reality are two different things.
Humans see what they want to see.
Your choices have psychological consequences.
The way you choose to deal with reality, truth, facts - your choice to honor or dishonor your own perceptions - registers in your mind, for good or for bad, and either confirms and strengthens your self-esteem or undermines and weakens it.
Perception is reality.
Trying to change social, national, or global realities without working on human consciousness means there is no serious intention.
Your ideas need not have anything to do with reality.
Making conclusions is a sure way of not enhancing our perception.
Perception is reality, but it may not be actuality, and you have got to be able to keep the difference between that.
Perception is reality. If you are perceived to be something, you might as well be it because that's the truth in people's minds.
Perception is NOT reality. People have always said that - perception is reality. I reject that hypothesis.
The entire universe - for one thing - only exists in your perceptions.
That's all you're gonna see of it. To all practical intents and purposes this is purely some kind of lightshow that's being put on in the kind of neurons in our brain. The whole of reality.
We don't live in a world of reality, we live in a world of perceptions.
No woman can be well dressed unless she is comfortable in what she is wearing.
No matter how people try to dispute it, perception is reality.
Its what you choose to believe that makes you the person you are.
After a lifetime of world travel I've been fascinated that those in the third world don't have the same perception of reality that we do.
Well, I think I'm not a non-believer, and I'm not a believer.
But, on the other hand, I couldn't give you a good enough reason why EVP doesn't exist. I don't know enough about it, so how could I say it's not true. Plus, a person's reality is a person's reality so that's your belief system. It's all perception anyway, isn't it.
Your perceptions create your reality.
... what is important is not so much what people see in the gallery or the museum, but what people see after looking at these things, how they confront reality again. Really great art regenerates the perception of reality; the reality becomes richer, better or not, just different.
Have you ever considered that your perception of reality could be wrong? If you haven't, this is a pretty good sign that it is.
I think there has to be an interesting transformative process between your perception of reality and making the paintings. If you are just trying to render what you see you are not entering into a transformative process. And that's what makes a good painting: the process of transforming and the willingness to leave reality behind.
It is the bane and the balm of individual perception that 'objective' reality is seen through the filter of each person's temperament.
It's rewarding to be able to change people's perceptions of reality, .
.. They just see their environment in a different way. They have a kind of different-colored glasses that they can see their world in. To me, that's really cool - when games can change you.
There are many realities. There are many versions of what may appear obvious. Whatever appears as the unshakeable truth, its exact opposite may also be true in another context. After all, one's reality is but perception, viewed through various prisms of context.
The mice think they are right, but my cat eats them anyways.
This is the point, reality is nothing, perception is everything.
The only reality we can ever truly know is that of our perceptions, our own consciousness, while that consciousness, and thus our entire reality, is made of nothing but signs and symbols. Nothing but language. Even God requires language before conceiving the Universe. See Genesis: “In the beginning was the Word.
How different would our perception of reality be if.
.. we discarded the mundane events that cannot coexist with our dreams?