5D Thinking on the Human Tongue
Our five senses are designed to provide us with many experiences in this world. However, we need to learn how to interpret these experiences correctly. Otherwise, our perception of truth and reality may be corrupted. Now, let us take a journey deep into the tongue to learn about the experience of taste and see if we can interpret this experience correctly. We will study the structure of our tongue and understand its many roles that include tasting, swallowing and speaking. You can download the brief version (8 pages) or the full version (26 pages) from the links on the right side of the page.
DescriptionIn the first dimension, Analytical Thinking, we study the structure of our tongue and understand its many roles thatinclude tasting, swallowing and speaking. Next, in the second dimension, Analogical Thinking, we compare the design and function of the human tongue to to a taste simulator, also called the ‘electronic tongue’. Then, in the thirddimension, Critical Thinking, we reflect on how electronic tongues came to be, what raw materials they are made of, and how they are no match to the sophisticated human taste organ. In the fourth dimension, Meditative Thinking, we explore the hidden message in the phenomenon known as taste and reflect on the attributes of its Maker. Finally, in the fifth dimension, Moral Thinking, we consider the value of our sense of taste and discover how our quality of life would be affected if we lost our ability to experience the pleasure of the taste of food and/or our ability to communicate with others through speech.
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