The acknowledgement of emblematic interpretation of events in the physical world is a procedure, which formulates conception, thought and perception. Experienced events deduce a structural composition of recollections and awareness that facilitates the hypothesis of comprehension for particular instances.
Awareness of temporal limitations of being illustrates the consciousness of eventuality – in other words, the absence of totality and invalidity of absolute value. The process of eventuality is a transformation through disintegration and decomposition. This phenomenon is a procedure of inadequate comprehension due to compositional instability and physical deterioration integrated in the mechanism of existence.
The evaluation of experience as a conception of reality is in the generation of representative deliberations with reference to physicality and spatial accommodation. Reoccurrence of events and experience form the basis for the interpretative supposition in the apprehension of the unfamiliar.
The inability to locate the absolute renders the notion of a transition in time and space where all are subjected to natural laws and truth.
The truth being a subject of universal validity, as experienced in numbers with which the ineffable abstractions of the universe gain meaning through representations and objective distinctions with reference to context and stipulation.
This requires a categorised correspondence between an objective and a presumption plus the association of the physicality of being and the consciousness of non-being by virtue of synonymous subjective experiences. The sequence of endeavours and observable events form the basis for valid interpretations and relative connections of experiences.
Thus, a transformation of sensory stimulation into structured and comprehensible psychological process of awareness and search of reference.
In communication meaning lies in abstraction and three major elements formulate the perception of what is being communicated. The cause is the origin of the impulse, which is transmitted by the means (with reference to time and space) and finally the objective or the recipient.
The mind is non-material but exists within the physicality of being as a connection between the physical and non-physical. Therefore to locate mentally is a peculiar notion of spatial assimilation and a synthesis of mediation between conception and interpretation.
This assimilation is concentrated on relative affiliated properties and principles, which reduces a selective approach within a range of alternatives to minimised relative options.
The format bears emphasis on particularities and peculiarities in order to instigate a structured summarised and conclusive interpretation of experience.
The perception mechanism projects a compulsive stimulation to anticipate, acknowledge and interpret. An impulse in itself has no meaning until it formulates either an inductive or adaptive interpretation.
Hence the location represents a solitary position where thought is determined, modified and generally classified. This impression of perception could be understood as the introspective realm of temporal consciousness, relating to recollections and sensational awareness.
In other words a reversal projection or retrospection of physical experience as functional description, which, reproduces determined and preconceived references.
Perception of an image is not necessarily consensus with the mental course of imagination.
Image perception tends towards a mental reproduction of previous sensory experiences relative to determined classifications.
An image is not confined to visual interpretation, as it also represents variable connotations of perception such as attitude, impression and audible sensation, which could materialise as non-visible impulsive events.
Stimulus is a physical property that instigates conceivable response. It is a particular instance of an event that imposes behavioural adaptations and sensation. This sensation expresses a process of definition and confirmation of either and internal or external stimulation, which in turn formulates reaction.
An impulsive experience is primarily perceived or acknowledge by response of the physical stimulus that evolves an inductive process, where relative connections are deduced from experiences and acknowledgement of established interpretations of events.
Thus comprehension is confined to sensory experiences and their relative connections in time and space.
Ola-Dele Kuku © 2004