How Important Patterns Are Hidden (And We Can See Them)
by Mark Cammack May 9, 2018
The stereogram is seen at first with the eyes using sight. It appears to be a wall of colorful dots. To look into the hidden meaning requires literally seeing with the eyes of the mind or insight. We must know how to find the underlying image. If you look at the center of the design while close to the screen, and slowly move away, you may see the secret word.
Have you ever played with stereograms? A stereogram is a 3-D image hiding within an image. The hidden meaning becomes apparent when we change our focus and brain state. Life can be like that. It often functions at the surface level. The important patterns, what we really need to know to be successful, may be seen with the mind. What is around us is first viewed with the eyes. To go beyond that requires insight.
This may be similar to learning a new skill. It could be while working on a project, studying a subject, or in a situation that requires understanding. With the stereogram we can suddenly see the underlying pattern. Here are examples:
A doctor runs tests for a patient with a challenging disorder. He or she sees the health mechanisms that eluded other physicians. The patient improves.
A teacher has a student that seems disinterested and others have given up on them. The realization that the pupil needs a challenging environment to stay focused and is gifted leads to success.
A coach has an athlete with unrealized potential. He sees that instead of following a common rigid training program, a bioindividual routine is needed. By focusing on the needs of the athlete, performance is increased.
What situations are you aware of that need a solution? Is it possible that by using awareness and insight an answer can be found?
Insight Stereogram with hidden secret word created by author and Copyright 2018-2019 Mark Cammack. All rights reserved.
© Copyright 2018-2019 Mark Cammack. All rights reserved.