What do garden snails, lizards and humans all have in common? All beings, from the simple no-brain to the complex human brain, have the survival instinct, the capacity to take in and absorb what will continue life, as well as expelling and rejecting cell waste. Knowing the what, when, where and how of survival has been linked to an inbuilt sense of perception, the capacity to take in and process information. Perspective, the way we see something, make sense of an experience or an object, is largely based on our perception, how we intuitively interpret things.

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