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My friend and colleague, the incredible Nazznomad and his friend, the amazing Nazzaholic, recently shared an article about what he calls the 5 Senses of Self-Awareness. What he calls the 5 Senses of Self-Awareness are the 5 senses of body awareness, which he describes as how your physical body feels, thinks, moves, and reacts to your environment.
Another article that I also highly recommend is “The Science of Self-Awareness” by Dr. Robert Stern and Dr. Stephen Dijkstra, which is a great introduction to the scientific study of self-awareness. The authors have found that it’s a complex set of brain cells, with the prefrontal cortex controlling the 5 senses and allowing the other Senses to function as well.
Now, what about the last one? That’s a good one. You can even call it the sense of space and time. When it comes to self-awareness, we seem to have a sense of time and space, as well as a sense of body and self.
So here’s the tricky part: how do you develop self-awareness? Most people think that’s something your parents do. That might be true, but I think it’s also possible that our consciousness arises from the connections between the brain’s neurons. I think that we can develop consciousness simply by learning to make conscious the connections that exist between them.
For one thing, you can’t make consciousness by trying to “make” anything. If the brain is able to “make” consciousness, then yes, it can make it. But to “make” consciousness by the brain, you have to actually have a conscious brain. Otherwise, the brain simply acts as an “organ” to “make” consciousness.
I used to think that the brain was a good place to start, because it is a relatively simple organ. I don’t think that it is that simple, but I think that it can be done. The brain was originally developed to make connections between neurons, and it does this via electrical impulses. However, we can learn to connect two neurons either by physical contact or by learning to make conscious connections.
The brain is a complex organ. As you age, your brain changes and in particular your cortex is more affected by other neural connections than at younger ages. This is why people who suffer from dementia can be confused in the presence of those with normal brains.
The brain is the largest organ in the body and all of those connections that are made and broken by it can ultimately affect our physical health. We can learn to recognize these links when we are older, but it takes time and effort because the brain is a whole and complex thing.
The research into neuroplasticity has led to the idea of “neuroplasticity” as the ability for the nervous system to change in response to experience, or in this case “brain plasticity.” In other words, when we are exposed to something like video games or music, our brain can alter it in ways that we never would have predicted. This idea is just as true for those who have mental problems as it is for those who have physical ones.
Like the brain’s plasticity, the brain is also made of a matrix of synapses. This matrix is like a building with a ceiling and a floor. This matrix is made up of nerve cells. These nerve cells are made of neurons. Each nerve cell consists of a group of dendrites and a group of axons. The neurons in a particular area of the brain fire together into one spot.