As I mentioned in a previous post, the best way to keep our minds sharp and our bodies fresh is to practice self-awareness. And the best way to practice it is to know the difference between a thought that is “spatial” and one that is “spatialized”. Spatial thinking often occurs when we are thinking about something that we have no control over.
The difference between spatial and spatialized thinking is that spatial thinking is about controlling one’s own thoughts and actions, while spatialized thinking is about controlling the thoughts and actions of others. In other words, spatialized thinking involves thinking about one’s own actions and thoughts, but spatial thinking involves thinking about the thoughts and actions of others.
Space (real-world space) is the area between objects that are in the same physical dimension. Space is a concept that is abstracted from our physical surroundings. It is not a tangible thing like height or width.
Space is the amount of physical space that is present around a given location. Spatial distance is then the amount of space that is present between two points. It relates to the number of physical objects that are present between the two points, and it is inversely proportional to the height between the two points.
The problem here is that of course things are not exactly how they appear, so it’s quite hard to get a sense of what the real physical nature of our world is. We might be able to see some features of the physical world that are so significant that it seems like we’re seeing them in the same way as in reality. For example, the human eye is an eye that has a series of openings.
The human eye may be an eye with a series of openings. That is a physical feature that we can see the physical world without seeing it in a mental frame of reference. For example, this would work well to describe the physical world as it would be seen to us (for example as from space) in a way that an alien observer wouldn’t.
With a few exceptions, the physical world is a series of physical features and there is only one of them. Everything else is part of a mental frame of reference. In the physical world, the human eye, the human hand, the human ear, a physical table, a physical object, a physical line etc. all are physical features that can be seen only from the physical world.
In a physical world, things can be seen only from the physical world. In a mental world, things can be seen by a mental object. In a physical world, things can be seen only by a physical object. In a mental world, objects are mental features, in a physical world they are only physical features.
The physical world is not only the physical world, but a physical object is not only a physical object, but also has a physical location. A mental object is not only a mental object, but also has a mental location. A physical location is a mental location but a physical location is not a physical location. A mental location is a physical location but a mental location is not a physical location. A physical location is a physical location, but a mental location is not a mental location.
The spatial chat system is built around the idea that we should have no need for location but should instead have a physical location. In other words, a location is a physical location but a mental location is not a physical location. In this system we don’t need labels, because we don’t need to label the objects we’re talking about, we just have a physical location.