posted on Apr, 12 2004 @ 03:19 PM
is a theory debated forever. Take a psych course and its a major topic of discussion.
Animals keep most of their wild instinctual behavior, even when domesticated. Human beings, have long not only disreguarded their natural born
instinct, but have attempted to eradicate them by fighting the "natural" behavior.
In the process of "going against the grain", I believe we have lost much of our sense of intuition. Humans have replaced ancient forms of
learning like meditation and deep thinking/focus on a delemma, for modern day institutions of learning.
Animals, retaining their instinctive behavior, are certainly more aware of their environment than human beings. Our brains are tuned to recognize and
compute stimulus such as sounds sights and smells. Animals do not recognize many things that we do because the are "cognizant" of sublties which we
If you learn to tune out much of the meaningless stimulus that occupies you day after day, you to may also experience what you feline is so interested