Though this is not something that one would typically consider and really think about, we do use touch, smell, hearing, and seeing. The sense of taste can be used though in this case, it would be used…
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When you wash your hair using touch, you can feel the shampoo on your hands. You can feel the warm water running down through your hair. You can feel the running of your fingers through your hair as you massage the lathered up shampoo in your hair.
When you use the sense of smell while washing your hair, you can smell the aroma of the shampoo. Whether it be fruity or a subtle lavender smell, your nose will pick up on the scent and send signals to the brain telling you what that smell is. It is a nice clean smell and every product that you use on your hair whether it be shampoo, conditioner, detangler or some other kind, will have some sort of scent.
When using the sense of hearing, we can hear a lot of different sounds. When washing the hair, you can hear the shampoo as it squirts into your hand as you squeeze the bottle. You can hear the water trickle down through your hair as it hits the floor of the shower or bath tub.
As for the sense of sight, you can see the shampoo or conditioner when you are washing your hair. You see the steam rising up in the shower or bath tub. You can see everything around you and only when you get that shampoo in your eye and you try to rub it out, is your sense of sight kind of blurry.
There are several ways that the senses can be used when washing your hair. When we take in what exactly we are feeling and being mindful of using our senses, only then do we get the full experience. Sometimes life is just too busy to recognize what it is our senses are doing but we do know that they are at work or otherwise we would not even know we were having our hair
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One of these aspects is whether the paranormal can be witnessed by using the five senses of sight, taste, touch, hearing and smell. By definition, the word “paranormal” refers to a variety of occurrences that are outside what is regarded as normal and cannot be given a natural or scientific explanation.
The five senses are what the body uses to take in stimuli from the environment and sends the signals received to the brain for interpretation. Without them, we would not be able to operate. These senses are sight, smell, hearing, touch, and taste. Of them all, it would be impossible to say that one is inferior to another.
The human body consists of various kinds of stimuli. Some of these stimuli are received by sensory organs distributed in whole body. As they respond quickly to immediate contact they are shorter in range. They are known as General senses. The various general senses are pain, temperature, touch, proprioception, pressure, and vibration.
The key component for communicating across cultures is nonverbal communication (Burgoon, Guerrero & Floyd, 2011) and (Argyle, 2008). This refers to the communication process that involves sending as well as grasping wordless (mainly visual) cues among people (Bull 2007) and (Andersen, 2007).
For instance, if you lose the sense of sight, you can easily compensate for this sense by the use of your other senses as well as commercial products, such as a cane for the blind, which will allow you to "hear" for your eyes. When you lose the sense of touch it is very difficult to compensate for this as your other somatic senses cannot be easily conditioned for taking over this loss of touch.
This information, widely known as sensations, tells us about various characteristics of the perceived objects, such as their colour and shape, any sound they may make, how hard or soft they are and what they taste or smell like, and they allow us to be aware of certain qualities of these objects.
The narrator in ‘Blue Winds Dancing’ is a native American Indian boy who has been living in a white man’s world in order to study at university and although in reality not a prisoner, in his own mind he is. He
A. Corresponding to the position of an optic disc, blind spot is a minute portion of the visual field of human eye within the retina. This area cannot detect any images as it does not have any photoreceptors (Dean, Rosen, Mathe,