I remember first hearing the following phrase: "Women give sex to get love. Men give love to get sex." Back then I didn't agree or disagree with this concept. I think it registered more as a curiosity. Is this true?
These days Rennie Davis, one of the Chicago 7, tells listeners from his home base in Longmont that world is "not solid, objective or real, but a psychological construct" whose origin lies within each one of us.
When you and I look at one and the same object of reality, say a hat, and you think it is great looking and I think it's heinous, the only thing that both of us can agree on is that "it is what it is."
When we are watching something with our eyes open, even if our eyes do not blink, our attention does. Either way, eye-blinks and "attentional blinks" mean that there is some period of time when we are missing seeing something.
This game will help you not only remove the nervous strain and have interesting time, but will also allow you to train your memory and reaction.
It is very easy - use your visual perception and memory to match the pairs.