For the brain to learn, requires a three way process of:
We experience using our five senses, that is how we connect with the world. Our senses are supported by other systems, and our memories, thoughts and feelings.
We can only experience the world through our senses.
So, it follows that to learn anything new, we need to experience it through our senses of:
These are the main five learning, or access routes into the brain, from the outside world. Information that travels along any of these routes is experienced, but not everything that is experienced is a learnable experience.
To be learnable, an experience must be:
Each of these three points will be explained in the following lessons.
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