Imagine that the brain is an iceberg. The visible part outside the water is the conscious (focus) and the immersed part is the unconscious. I have already noticed from my own experience that this comparison is quite faithful, even in inverse symmetry.
However, this inverse symmetry is only approximate, it does not have mathematical precision. That is, when I perceive something in the unconscious, I already have an idea that something is going to happen, but I can’t predict what with mathematical precision. In general, these perceptions are manifested through irregular heartbeats.
These perceptions are similar to hugging someone and feeling hearts beat faster for no apparent reason. In fact, the heart is just a victim of the brain. Because the brain feels it, the heart is but a servant of the brain.
Consciousness is the imagination that creates. The main stimuli of the imagination are the visual and the auditory. Of these two, the most important in most people are the visuals. In the rest, the auditory ones are the main ones (I fit in this second group).
When Arataca (my coach at the time when I practiced athletics) shouted “Vambora Paulinhoooooo” in the stands and I was running out of breath, my muscles were stimulated to try harder. Even more so when the rest of my team screamed.
Also, emotional, gustatory, olfactory and other stimuli that are at hand participate in the definition of consciousness. But the importance of each one depends on the state of health of the person.
Paulinho (Paulo Ricardo Silveira Trainini)
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