The Interaction Of Senses

Sweet sounds simply stay safe in my mind while warm words would wilfuly weld my thoughts.
Mild but effective, slow but powerful, soft yet intense.
Control does not necessarily mean force but it sure sounds like it.
Guidance may, on the other side, sound mild but it sure is not loose.
Most impressions passed through speech don’t emanate from the spoken words; they are stirred from the sounds.
Feelings don’t only come from a touch, they are also stirred by sounds.
When we read words, we often pronounce then in our minds.
In as much as we extract the meanings we also feel their rhythm.
Words may be visible to the eyes in both alphabets and numbers, but they also have a sound and the feelings that go with them. Have you ever tasted sounds? I see you are wondering if that’s possible. Not to worry, just ask yourself why you didn’t question the phrase “sweet sounds”.
Are you smiling now and even visualizing the way sounds look? It seems to me that both sounds and words can be seen, felt and tasted. Beautiful words and pretty sounds would both make good companions.
Music stirrs up feelings, drives and even actions. That’s probably because it applies the combination of words and sounds.
When you add videos to music, you probably understand why a crowd can scream in excitement or why many people are moved to tears just by watching a movie.
Do you now see the intensity in softness, the effectiveness in mildness and the power in slowness.
The visibility of sounds, the beauty of sweetness, the warmth of words and the interaction of senses make us who we are.
Umfortunately, we often try to isolate them and narrow life down to a particular sense.
Do you only consider point of views when evaluating opinions or do you consider tastes as well?
Very often, we tend to either focus on quantity or quality and even when we consider both, we neglect unity.
Equity, brevity, chastity, nullity, adversity, longevity, naivity, intensity, gratuity, nationality, indemnity, laxity, clarity, gravity, authenticity, integrity, iniquity, enemity, ethnicity, propensity and numerous other properties determine various entities.
Each of these has both a unique sound and meaning that equally generates a unique feeling as well as trigger unique images.
Your taste is often determined by numerous properties! Your degree of accuracy with blending the appropriate quantities and intensities often determines the eventual quality.
Sounds are really sweet and I enjoy them. Enjoyment is a word that deals with more than just feelings. Fulfilment and satisfaction are not left out from this picture. The picture at hand invloves tastes, feelings, sounds and even smells.
Alright! Smells? Yes, smell?
Are you wondering how?
I can help you. Just answer these questions sincerely:
how do you perceive this concept I’m trying to share?
How does it sound to you?
Are you getting it clearly?
Do you feel it is authentic?
Does the standard meet your taste?
I’m sure you must have done good to answer them all sincerely or atleast attempted to get an overview of what I meant to say.
You couldn’t link them to all the senses?
You did?
Are you still having doubts about smell being part of it?
I can clarify that.
What sense do you associate with the word perceieve?
You’ve got that now?
Smell ofcourse!
Whoever said everything in life does not link?
If we can have sweet sounds, sweet sight, sweet smells and sweet sensations, then sweetness was never restricted to taste buds.
If success in life can only be achieved by focus, then focus is definitely not restricted to only sight.
Focusing may mean narrowing many things down to one thing. It may also mean narrowing one thing down to many things. It may involve combination in some areas and dissociation in some others but there must be unity and stability. Priority and hierarchy cannot be left out in this conversation.
Yes, conversation! Have you not been dialoguing?
I may agree with you that you are reading written words but it’s still looking to me like you are pondering spoken words. You may not have heard the sounds with your ear but it also seems to me that your eyes have helped you to enjoy the sounds of these sweet words even without your reallizing it. Your personality is not restricted to what you think it is. It is both dynamic and static, flexible and stiff.
It combines many things and isolates many. It is conscious to some things and unconscious to some others but that does not eliminate the possibility of their functions.
The more you discover yourself and agree with the fact that you are dynamic; the more you increase your chances of experiencing the changes that you have long desired.
Whether this concept sounds strange or acceptable, I’m simply sharing it because I love the way it sounds.
Everything seems interrelated and that’s why it feels right to be precise about the things that make us perceive life in ways that will either enhance us or hinder our progress.
Your point of view affects your beliefs and that in turn affects your performance.
Your senses are interrelated, probably because you have a mind that seems unrestricted.
Set everything around and within you in the right intensities to give you both the quantity and the quality of the success that you desire in life.
I love the way it sounds, what about you?

Nnamonu Tochukwu.

About teeceecounsel

Who am I really? Can that be defined yet? Probably by the time I'm long gone and all the pieces of my activities are compiled and analysed then you can know what you want to know about me. Meanwhile, I write. Not because I love writing but because I love people. I love to care and love to share. I'm a deep thinker and I love to believe in the impossible. The ideal is attainable and a shot at it must be given. Don't say 'It won't work' rather ask 'how will it work? Nobody is ever doomed unless they made the choice. To resist good and to adopt evil is already doom. To loose hope is to choose doom but to believe that every step is a passing phase leading towards your hope is to choose progress. I may go on and on but my posts say it all. I don't force you to agree, I only say enjoy!
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