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Re: Not disclosing halluzinations Camille Dumont

Posted by bimini on January 31, 2005, at 10:05:38

In reply to Re: Not disclosing halluzinations, posted by Camille Dumont on January 30, 2005, at 11:50:03

This is what struck me too which prompted me to dig up my old post. I wondered why I don't see some indistinguishable blob and make up something instead and if whatever I make up has any significance. Is it symbolic, do I misinterpret within a semiotic group, is there any consistency? Theme... well, I can't see a consistency of theme.

It goes the other way too: I know what an object is, what it is for, what it does but no idea what it looks like. Like the visual part does not connect with the term. Did not notice this until after spending a long time looking for something my daughter tried to help and asked me what it looked like, I could not describe it, it wasn't there.

Lazy brain...I feels like the brain is deciding the hierarchy of what gets processed in order of importance, a lot slips by, gets filled in sloppily or skipped, so that I don't see it all, it just pops up out of thin air.





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