Distortion is easier for the dyslectic?

As I continue to blog about distortion, the thought has crossed my mind about the affects of dyslexia.  For many years I thought that there was something dreadfully wrong with my reading and writing abilities.  I kept much of my concern concealed and managed to function as best as I could. So what is the connection between dyslexia and distortion?  For me, dyslexia is not something that one is...

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Distortions can be controlled.

Distortion continued. The Tetris example from the previous blog in some ways demonstrates our needs to control the flow of information entering our psyche. If left unchecked it will enter the realms of our validation system in the way that it usualy does. Not a bad thing if we are prone to see our world in a good light at best or indifferent at worst. You can check this by pausing to see if you...

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Distortion is a wonderful thing.

Continuing on  from my last blog,  I thought it may be useful to discuss the wonderful ability that our mind has to make things right.  This ability allows for our minds to make corrections to situations that it does not recognize without our necessarily being aware of it.  By right we are of course not talking about accurate, rather that it fits in with what we know to be. Take for...

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