Perceptive Neuroscience Studies How We Create Reality

All perception involves signals that go through the nervous system, which in turn result from physical or chemical stimulation arising from our sense organs. Vision involves light striking the retina of the eyes, smell is mediated by odor molecules and hearing involves pressure waves from frequencies surrounding us.

Perception is also interpreted through the lens of history and memory. Subjective correlations between past recorded experience influences perception and how we see and interpret the world around us. Does that mean that we see things differently? This blog will explore the leading science on how we create reality and how to "play" with perception, identity and memory in the process.