April 30, 2024

The Fabric of Perception: A Study of Our Programming and Conditionings

BY Marc Mathys
Our perception of the world is a complex interplay of our experiences, beliefs, and conditioning. It’s this unique mixture that creates our individual programming, the lens through which we interpret and interact with the world. This article seeks to explore the intricate relationship between our perception and our programming. 
Programming: The Foundation of Perception
From the moment we are born, we are subject to an array of influences that begin to shape our programming. Our family, society, culture, and personal experiences all contribute to forming our beliefs, values, and attitudes – the core of our programming. This programming, in turn, becomes the filter through which we perceive the world. It determines how we interpret our experiences, how we react to circumstances, and ultimately, how we understand reality. From our preferences to our prejudices, our programming shapes every aspect of our perception. 
The Influence of Programming on Perception
Our programming does not merely influence our perception – it constructs it. We tend to see what our programming conditions us to see, often ignoring or misunderstanding what doesn’t fit into our preconceived notions. For instance, if we’ve been programmed to see failure as something to be feared, we can perceive challenges not as opportunities for growth, but as potential threats. Similarly, if our programming is rooted in empathy and open-mindedness, we can perceive diversity and difference as enriching, rather than threatening. 
The Cycle of Programming and Perception
The relationship between programming and perception is cyclical. Our programming shapes our perception, and in turn, our perceptions reinforce our programming. It’s a continuous feedback loop that can either confine us to fixed patterns of thinking or provide a platform for growth and evolution. Breaking Free: 
Resetting  Our Programming 
Recognizing the influence of our programming is the first step towards breaking free from limiting beliefs and biases. By questioning our assumptions, challenging our beliefs, and exposing ourselves to diverse perspectives, we can begin to reshape our programming. This doesn’t mean we can entirely rid ourselves of our programming. Instead, it’s about developing a flexible and adaptive programming that allows for growth, fosters understanding, and promotes a more accurate perception of the world. 
In Conclusion
Our perception and our programming are intimately linked. They form the basis of how we understand and interact with the world around us. By recognizing and challenging our programming, we can open ourselves up to new perspectives, enrich our experiences, and cultivate a more nuanced understanding of the world. 
Remember, the world is not as it is, but as we perceive it through the lens of our programming.



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Hello I’m Marc the creator of the Reset-it program and a TedX speaker.


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