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AKIRA
01-05-2017, 01:00 PM
The funny thing is that when being addressed to a public audience, you find out due to the subjectivity of the human mind that certain posts attract the attention of the individual as being addressed to them specifically. When in fact are not. No matter how random the posts may be, the individual who will find something of themselves in it, will immediately relate to it and as a consequence create the belief that it was meant for them. Its understandable when this is being done purportedly "Stir Up Waters to Catch Fish", but on the scope of a mass audience things should be seen through an objective eye.
Its terrible to find out that someone has been emotionally involved on your work and as a consequence you witness its reactions to it.
Thats why I always stress on the positive when dealing in these matters, you never know how susceptible is the witnessing mind. So, and if these subjective correlation will happen, it hopefully will trigger positive reactions towards it.

But hey, if your into this hate thing... Dont be a racist, HATE EVERYONE EQUALLY!!!

AKIRA
01-05-2017, 01:02 PM
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the_bos201
01-05-2017, 02:25 PM
The funny thing is that when being addressed to a public audience, you find out due to the subjectivity of the human mind that certain posts attract the attention of the individual as being addressed to them specifically. When in fact are not. No matter how random the posts may be, the individual who will find something of themselves in it, will immediately relate to it and as a consequence create the belief that it was meant for them. Its understandable when this is being done purportedly "Stir Up Waters to Catch Fish", but on the scope of a mass audience things should be seen through an objective eye.
Its terrible to find out that someone has been emotionally involved on your work and as a consequence you witness its reactions to it.
Thats why I always stress on the positive when dealing in these matters, you never know how susceptible is the witnessing mind. So, and if these subjective correlation will happen, it hopefully will trigger positive reactions towards it.

But hey, if your into this hate thing... Dont be a racist, HATE EVERYONE EQUALLY!!!



As we go through our daily lives we perceive all sorts of people and objects, and we often make sense of these perceptions by using previous experiences to help filter and organize the information we take in. Sometimes we encounter new or contradictory information that changes the way we think about a person, group, or object.


Perception is the process of selecting, organizing, and interpreting information. "The Perception Process", includes the perception of select stimuli that pass through our perceptual filters, are organized into our existing structures and patterns, and are then interpreted based on previous experiences. Although perception is a largely cognitive and psychological process, how we perceive the people and objects around us affects our communication. We respond differently to an object or person that we perceive favorably than we do to something we find unfavorable. But how do we filter through the mass amounts of incoming information, organize it, and make meaning from what makes it through our perceptual filters and into our social realities?


so with all this being said, can we agree that some people are more vulnerable to attacks in which. they perceive to be pointed at them???????? maybe, maybe not