Everything we know, we experienced through our senses.
Sight. Sound. Smell. Taste. Touch. These are the receivers of consciousness, capturing the signals that help us to give name to our perceptions of the world around us. These amazing mechanisms of the human body are shared across our species, but still contribute to the uniqueness of every individual.
As we grow, our senses tend to take a backseat to more formal learning processes, yet they continue to enrich every part of our lives whether we are conscious of it or not. Appreciation of music, of art and literature, of fine foods, and so much more- including the desire to expand our horizons, is fueled by our ability to appreciate things through our senses.
In this issue of Digital Wolf Magazine, we want to stimulate those senses by introducing you to people whom regularly engage those perceptions as a part of their work and creative personas. And then, we take you beyond by exploring the extrasensory with those who share insights that straddle the known and the unknown.