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Mirrors have always been a kind of mental stimulant in
the most unconscious of ways. You may be staring at the little zit
at the base of your nose, that just wont go away, while your brain
Mirrors have always been a kind of mental stimulant in the most unconscious of ways. You may be staring at the little zit at the base of your nose, that just wont go away, while your brain is actually juggling a million portals to balance reality.
Mirrors are the easiest way to simulate virtual reality. They bind the most complex concepts together while deceptively appearing simple. Mirrors never lie? Try again. Various studies conducted by experts in the field have conclusively proven that what one perceives in a mirror is not the exact appearance of their own face. Size and proportion vary with distance and angles in ways the mind fails to factor in. Hence a not-so-accurate image is viewed.
The illusory prowess of mirrors is being employed in the medical field to trick the brain into accepting a false sequence of events. This form of treatment is still at an experimental stage, but the success numbers look promising. Several disorders such as phantom limb syndrome, chronic pain, and post-stroke paralysis can find a cure in mirror therapy. The general theory being, to make the mind think that dysfunctional body parts are healthy, in order to make them work as usual.
Say for example, the left arm is paralyzed. A specialized mirror box is placed so it reflects the right hand, with the left hidden away behind the apparatus. The image in the mirror is the perfect representation of your left hand now. While working the muscles of the right hand, the mirror reflects a fully functional left arm.
The strange workings of mind against mind never fails to amaze.