262nd blog … ilusyon, imahinasyon, kathang-isip … atbp!

At first glance, a photo can look like a stunning woman, but closer, the species is simply a homo sapien.

If you look closely, you can see the right hand as the claw, left arm wrapped over the head to look like the head and the beak, left leg is outstretched as the tail, while the right leg is curled for more imagination.

Ilusyon, imahisnasyon, kathang-isip at isang yuta pang iba, iyan ang kaya ng isip ng tao.

Ang pamilang nila ay hanggang sa nano lamang pero isinama na rin nila ang yuta sa bulilang ng tagalog.

Pero ang mga tao, maraming nakikita, nakikinita sa isip, tulad ng mga hugis sa katawan ng mga puno, sa porma ng mga ulap at lagislis ng mga alon sa dagat.

Pareidolia, the neurological phenomenon that allows us to see “significant” faces in random places, can be found everywhere.

There is an universal tendency among mankind to conceive all beings like themselves, and to transfer to every object the familiar qualities, of which they are intimately conscious.

Pareidolia is a type of illusion or misperception involving a vague or obscure stimulus being perceived as something clear and distinct.

Under ordinary circumstances, pareidolia provides a psychological explanation for many delusions based upon sense perception.

Madaling sabihin na pareidolia lang ang mga iyan, pero maipapaliwanag bang talaga?

Under clinical circumstances, some psychologists encourage pareidolia as a means to understanding a patient. Hayaan na lang na palikutin ang utak upang gumana ang isip sa panaginip.

It is claimed that the human tendency to see faces in tortillas, clouds, cinnamon buns, and the like is an evolutionary trait.              

An infant can see or recognizes faces, and we know that this skill is hardwired in our brains.

Nearly every infant these days is quick to identify a human face, and to respond with a goony grin when it wasn’t before.

Sino ang makapagsasabi ng kahulugan ng isang ngiti ng isang sanggol kapag kinalong ng isang ina? … sino?

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