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The relationship between reality and perception.

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What is perception?

The process of selecting, organizing, and interpreting information is known as perception. Our five sensory organs provide us with information or sensers, which we transmit to the brain as an electrochemical impulse. Our brain clarifies it there, and then we understand it.

Perception varies from person to person and is influenced by a variety of factors. Nobody gets the idea from communication in its purest form. They understand it based on their mindsets, culture, relationships, and education level, among several other factors. As filters, these facts influence our perception.

We get different outcomes by filtering information through those filters. So, from the same massage, two recipients can receive two ideas, each of which is based on their pre-existing set of thoughts.

Massage and perception.

The primary mode of communication among us is verbal communication. Consider a situation in which you say something to someone else. When the receiver hears it, he interprets it based on his mental state. Aside from that, massage itself shapes perception in him. The tone of your voice, the words you use to express the massage, all of these factors influence the receiver’s perception.

Warm relational words have a positive impact on the listener, whereas cold tusk driven words have a negative impact. When you use general words rather than specific words, the listener’s perception of you is ¬†problematic. As the sender of the message, you must assist the receiver in going in a specific direction.

Nonverbal communication, as well as verbal communication, influences one’s perception. The way you speak and your tone influence how others perceive you.

Perception and reality.

What do you think if I tell you, “Every afternoon, my friend plays with his two dogs on the beach.” If you have a dog, possibilities are you have memorized it, and if you don’t, a signified dog you saw before may come to your mind. But the important thing to remember is that what you perceive can be reality or it can be far from reality.

This is the difference between perception and reality, as well as the critical point. It makes no difference if you perceive something correctly; however, if you get something wrong and express your opinions by remaining on the wrong side as a result of your incorrect perception, it can lead to danger.

The factors which affect your perception.

There are numerous facts that influence one’s perception. When we express our ideas to someone, we must be mindful of them. Your culture, beliefs, values, prejudices, educational level, and life experiences, among other things, can help to clarify such factors.

Culture.

Your life has been shaped by culture since you were a child. It may differ from one country to the next, but it shapes your mindset. So, even if you enter another culture at any point in your life, your mind will try to perceive things from the new culture based on your previous culture. This can result in an internal conflict that makes you feel uneasy in a new culture.

Values.

Values can be defined in a variety of ways. If you think about the values you have given to other people in your life, they can affect your perception. Actually, they sometimes do nothing for it, but your mental values about them can influence your perception.

Prejudice.

Prejudice is a preconceived opinion that is not based on logic or actual experience. Such people exist in our society. They, at the very least, do not require perception. They make a firm decision and refuse to change it for any reason. They believe that their point of view is the only one that is correct.

Life experience.

Life experience is a valuable asset gained through one’s life journey. When you encounter something new in the present, your life experiences notice it and help you for a correct perception.¬† This will be a significant benefit to you.

Aside from those facts, there are numerous other facts that influence your perception. But, most importantly, do not act solely on your perception of how you received the massage. Your perception is not always pure because it is dependent on factors that we cannot guarantee are correct.

Conclusion.

Accurate perception helps to maintain good communication while wrong perceptions cause to miscommunication. Miscommunication at first is not a sign of everything go wrong, but it is a sign of we want more communication. So, by understanding that there is a difference between reality and our perceptions, we can maintain a favorable communication within us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gandhari Ayodhya

Gandhari Ayodhya

Student of NENASALA . Student of university of Colombo. After A/L student of Yasodara Devi Balika Maha Vidyalaya . Interesting in English & Science.

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