Stage I – The Cognitive Act

The senses record the waves and their variations for the brain to assimilate. Each variation is a new experience registered for future reference to help speed up the process of interaction should a similar experience occur.
The mind stores and interprets data as it is received to help fine tune instinct and help prepare the being for future encounters. It is blind to the world and dependent on the senses to keep it aware of the surrounding environment but it has the ability to restructure information and define the limitations of both its dependency and of the senses upon which it is dependent. The mind is thus capable of overriding the senses and pushing the being to actions that defy both instinct and perceived reality.

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