The Human Experience

Welcome to
The Human Experience

The ability to direct attention enables us to create movement. This movement enables one to continually transform self, and the dimension that self exists in.  Our attention is directed first at the self, amplifing one’s ability to direct the senses of the human form. 
This is explored in
The Avatar Guide. Then we will explore how we interact with this dimension through The Guide to Planet Earth

As our observation of self evolves, so will this guide and the beings it serve.

The Avatar Guide

The
Avatar 
Guide

Our ability to observe and direct movement determines how connected we are to the avatar, and it’s experience in this dimension.

These exercises expands receptivity of the senses to observe these movements, and the pilot’s ability to direct them. Although individuated here in gategory, they all work as one.

TouchVisionHearingSmellTasteImagination

Additional Exercises coming soon.

Touch

Touch uses the avatar to sense density and speed. We experience a “feeling” based on how we percieve the interaction.

Notice Breath

How long can you notice your breath? What part of your body moves?

Notice Tension

Does part of your body feels like it’s experiencing tension? Why?

Notice Energy

Can you feel your own energy when you float your hand closely to self?

Walk Barefoot

Our feet act as our primary contact with the ground. What do you feel when walking barefoot? What are the size, shape, density and temperature of the objects beneath your feet? Could you recreate that feeling with differint elements?

Vision alternative

Can you tell the shape of an object without vision? Can you navigate a familiar place?

Multiplayer Touch

Without vision can you predict touch?

Feel with skin. 

This is best done with skin exposed. What movements can you detect in the air? Can you feel the shift in temperatures? 

Randomized Movements

What happens when you move your body in unexpected ways?

Coming soon

More exercises coming soon.

Vission

Vission uses the eyes primarily to detect spacial movement. We “see” something when our avatar is familiar with the object, it’s density and its movement patterns.

The inbetween

Can you see the shape of the emty space between objects? How far can you see? Do you notice movements?

Notice the nose

How long can you notice your nose? Does its resolution change with focus?

Vission ballancing

By placing an object near the face and alternating between 1 eye and both can you notice which eye is stronger?

Distance 

What happens when you cycle between focusing on something close and far away?

Perifials

Do you notice movement in the corner regions of your vissual field?

Micro and Macro

What happens when you cycle between seeing the tiny details and the whole picture?

Color Focus

How long can you notice the presence of a color?

Cloud Painting

Can you paint a picture with the clouds

Detective

How much details can you notice in a scene?

Imagination

Imagination uses the senses to create, explore, and remember various scenes. This directs enegry in ways that are still being discovered.

Blank Screen

Imagine a large screen. When ever a thought arises it appears on this screen. How long can you go with a blank screen?

Mind Painting

Observe an object or scene and remember as much detail as possible, recreate the scene inside one’s mind. How much detail can you preserve? How long can you hold the scene?

Memory

Can you replay a portion, or all of your day within the imagination? How much detail can you remember?

Flow 

Can you observe an imagined scene without adding any details to it? 

Visual Echoes

Imagine the air as a think colorful substance. What happens when things move?

Mind Painting

Observe an object or scene and remember as much detail as possible, try to recreate the scene without inside one’s mind. How much detail can you preserve?

A little different

Can you imagine everyone you see having  something a little different that what is observed? Wings, tails, extended limbs..

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