Preception

What lens are you using

How we see the world is totally different for everyone. We call this perspective on how we perceive the world around us. One of my favourite periods in history is the renaissance. Some of the greatest art pieces linear perspective was used to give the viewer a more accurate picture of what was seen by the naked eye. One website explained it simply this way”the artist has to imagine the canvas as an “open window” through which he sees the subject of the painting. In this open window it is necessary to draw straight lines to represent the horizon, divide the painting with different horizontal lines and fix the vanishing point. The vanishing point is usually located near the centre of the horizon. From this point it is necessary to draw the so-called “visual rays” that connect the viewer’s eye with the point in the distance. These lines helped artists find the prospective points of the canvas thanks to their intersection with the horizontal lines. Generally, an artist use visual rays to align the edges of the walls and flooring.”

In Psychology there are many different theories on person perspective including

Behaviorist Perspective

Psychodynamic Perspective

Humanistic Perspective

Cognitive Perspective

The latest perspective I have been reading about and is very complicated quantum Physics perspective. I love science and Psychology and many other fields but this new insight or perspective is definitely new angle for my mind to comprehend and to understand.

In conclusion on this brief post here are a few reflections.

When you have a disagreement you both could be right or wrong depends on what perspective you or the other person was coming from.

When things go wrong or not what you expected look again from a different perspective it might be a blessing or lesson.

Before making any choices or decisions look at the situation from a different perspective.

I believe everyone should have a broad picture of how the universe operates and our place in it. It is a basic human desire. And it also puts our worries in perspective. Stephen Hawking

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