5D Thinking on the Human Nose
Stop and smell the roses,” is a familiar invitation. It is a call to slow down and enjoy life in the present moment. Scientific research shows that this is indeed sound advice for finding satisfaction. Staying present is good for the body, mind, memory and soul. Of course, pleasant odors are not limited to roses. Just think about the sweet aroma of freshly baked cookies. Although it takes only seconds for you to identify a certain smell, in reality, the olfactory system is a very complex biological process. Now, let us take a journey deep into the nose to uncover the deeper meanings and moral lessons hidden within them. 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 explore the structure and functions of the human nose. Next, in the second dimension, Analogical Thinking, we compare the role of an electronic nose with the nose's ability to detect smells and the brain's ability to distinguish between various scents and elicit emotional responses to them. Then, in the third dimension, Critical Thinking, we reflect on how the human nose is much more sophisticated and complex than any chemical sensor or detector. We also explore how the invention of the electronic nose came to be. In the fourth dimension, the Meditative Thinking dimension, we explore the hidden message in the design of the human nose and reflect on the attributes of its Maker. Finally, in the fifth dimension, the Moral Thinking dimension, we consider the value of our sense of smell and discover how our daily life would be affected if we could not detect certain scents in our environment.
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