Hello, and welcome to Sensation Experience. In this post I will guide you through an overview of what you might expect to find. Let’s start by building a mental image. If you can imagine a person willing to learn a little of everything each day (omniscient), that would be me. If you can also picture someone who is determined to make something happen, you will also have me. If you imagine someone wanting to know why and how something works the way it does, getting down to the minute detail and experiencing that change first-hand, you will also have me. I am considered to be very sensational, intuitive, observant, etc with all of my five senses. However, I am blind and hard-of-hearing, but I learn how to rewire my brain to accommodate new sensory input. I am a synaesthete, and this will be covered in future posts in the paranormal and superantural section.
I spend my spare time when I am not busy with college to educate myself on diversity issues, ableism, history interpretation both self and other, though human nature is primarily the former, and I partake of several communities, including medical science, GLBTQIA, H+ and more. I constantly write in my diary so that i can have something to read when I am bored, or write to for that same reason. Apart from my work, I spend time reading and or writing music Braille and working with technology at an advance level, though it is not my forte. I love reading books of non-exaggerated fiction, and I will list the authors and my thoughts in a future post. I play a variety of Western art musical instruments, which includes the flute, clarinet and trumpet. I have a passion for playing and listening to various kinds of air-blown pipe and reed organ music and enjoy playing anything that is not electronically-stimulated, like the guitar, drums, keyboard, or electronic music etc found in popular culture. I will post my music history summary in a future entry as well.
I was inspired to start spreading the sensation experience attitude after I acquired knowledge through those experiences and wish to help others perceive that same wisdom through use of transhuman technology. I was once afraid of riding amusement rides that had inversions, but thanks to NASA, I learned something totally new, and now I am an amusement ride enthusiast. Is there ever a time that you are freaked out when you meet someone who is different than you are, like when you meet someone who uses an artificial voice to talk because they had a laryngectomy? Well, thanks to science, you can overcome that fear by learning how to do it yourself. I will cover more of this in future posts. Also, wouldn’t be nice if we could perceive others who are unable to express themselves to us? Think about the autistic brain. Many of us are made fun of because we cannot tell others what we perceive, feel, think or how we interact with our environment because they say it is hard to explain. In my opinion, nothing is hard to explain. All you need is the right word choice and precision of language. What if we could use technology to veer into their world and really feel what they feel so we can better take care of our children? We as caregivers tend to focus so much on the obvious that other things elude us that we may not even realise as a possibility. We could also use this technology to perceive the opposite gender and or sex. We often wonder, what causes transgenderism? I am looking at research with stoplightparrotfish and how this can be correlated with human evolution and biological defects. There is way too much to consider other than the psychological induction that may make one a transgender, but the fact that I am a two-spirit is enough to convince me that there is something involving neuroplasticity, the brain’s ability to rewire itself. I will dive more into that in a later entry.
My devotion to the GLBTQIA community is to help young people to work out their differences to establish longer relationships and to find new improvements for transsexuals. This is where I look at H+ for ideas on where we can go for further progress. We try not to focus too much on the medical model and or professionalism, but instead use characteristics practised in the Eastern part of the world. There are many people out there who feel that our society is becoming more and more inhuman, but are afraid to step up because they do not want to be seen being made fun of by others. And that is what makes humanity occur in the first place, and it is all because of how we hardwire ourselves throughout our entire lives. We all have the freedom of who and what to be, for life is always full of choices. However, each choice will have a consequence that will lead to further decisions. This keeps on going until the person realises who they really are, and then they make more choices and that will result in further reactions. At this point I would like to introduce two causes I would like to have my readers support.
All Social Media Sites, Implement more Tools: http://www.change.org/petitions/all-social-media-sites-implement-more-tools
Help prevent the M-Word by Spreading the Word: http://www.the-m-word.net/
Learn more about my project: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5550379/alfredo_site/docs/SE.zip
In future posts, I will always begin with a brief disclaimer as follows: Everything I say always has exceptions, can be contradicted, and I may forget to include something important long after I publish something, so do not think I did not include it, it is just that I did not remember it at the time. Also, it is nearly impossible to convey a message that can be branched into their respected categories. Life is like a giant tree with millions of branches, all connected in one way or another.
Starting today, a new post will be written every Sunday morning to reflect what I covered in the overview, as well as other things I did not include. Questions? Comments? Post them here. I look forward to your feedback!