At present this page repeats The Two modes of Sensing

Focusing and panoraming are different perspectives, and a different experience of how life actually happens.

Panoramic sensing doesn't lead to the same mental problems and it doesn't have the same creative potential that focused sensing has.

Focusing is always selective, it divides life into bits and then combines them together again. Panoraming never takes them apart in the first place.

We can focus on doing something, and think about something else at the same time. The challenge with focusing is to coordinate our senses, minds, and bodies and to concentrate.

The Benefits of Panoramic Sensing compares the psychological effects of focusing and panoraming.

Please continue with The Benefits of Panoramic Sensing

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