posted on Apr, 30 2006 @ 09:28 PM
It's interesting to note that when you imagine something, and when you actually see that something, the same neurons in your brain seem to fire. This
makes it very difficult for a computer to judge whether what you're seeing is real or is fake. In fact, if you work at it, you can train yourself to
beat the lie detector - because you trick your own body into believing that something is the truth.
Now, as for improving clarity, try visualizing objects in your mind. For example, a green triangle. Try to put that picture in your mind as clear as
possible. It's a simple object, and one with very defined proportions. Try other things. Purple octogons, Red and purple closests, etc.
Then you can visualize anything you want.