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Driving to work becomes routine — but could you drive the entire way in reverse gear? Humans, like many animals, are accustomed to seeing objects pass behind us as we go forward. Moving backwards feels unnatural.

In a new study, scientists from The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) reveal that moving forward actually trains the brain to perceive the world normally. The findings also show that the relationship between neurons in the eye and the brain is more complicated than previously thought — in fact, the order in which we see things could help the brain calibrate how we perceive time, as well as the objects around us. (1)

We believe time exists.
So we think that our movement in space helps us see… time as we believe time exists.
Funny how our perception formulates our… perception.

Stop walking.
Go backwards.
Suddenly.
For no reason at all.
Surprise your self.
Surprise the universe.
Discover Existence!

PS. Check out Carlos Castaneda’s Don Juan’s Teachings…

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