There are artists who paint what they see, others who paint what they remember or what they imagine. Our brain changes in the face of reality but, at the same time, it is capable of changing it: a "different" brain must therefore have a different relationship with reality.
In art this "process" can lead to the creation of new realities, which will only partly depend on "sensorial information"; our brain, in fact, does not necessarily need the continuous "information flow" coming from our senses. Dreams, memories that "revive" in mental images and also representations "simply" created by our mind testify to this event.
In this sense, art amplifies reality, creates a new "mental channel" capable of opening up to new experiences. The visual stimuli, real or evoked by memory, which excite the nervous system of the artist at the moment of the creation of the work of art, transformed by his hand into colors and shapes, will stimulate the nervous system of the observer. The work of art must be able to arouse in the observer's brain sensations and emotions that were present in the artist's brain. Approaching a work of art, looking at it, perceiving it, understanding it and appreciating it, implies the involvement of many brain structures and the activation of very specific mechanisms, starting from the functioning at the basis of visual perception, to those involved in the so-called "psychology of see ", in the aesthetic and emotional experience. This refers not only to the emotion felt by those who enjoy a painting but also to the creative moment that involves the artist to create his work.
Some researchers, especially psychologists and neurophysiologists, have been fascinated by the possibility of studying the properties and characteristics of the brain that are part of the evaluation of a work of art and the pleasure it can give; persuaded by the idea that the understanding of these cerebral mechanisms, together with the knowledge of the events of the life of an artist and of the culture of his time, can favor a greater "knowledge" and appreciation of the work and of those who created it.
A work of art is born from the combination of what the artist experiences "visually" and how he interprets what is communicated to him from the outside world. Both the acquisition of visual information and its internal processing can be altered by pathological causes.
The effects of serious mental illnesses, often altering the artist's perceptive and emotional abilities, can affect his pictorial expression and testify how the painter's life story becomes an integral part of his work.
All this emerges in the paintings of some great painters in particular moments of their life.


I mentioned here that it will be the precycle, but this feeling is back again, which I could define as “feeling the need to have someone by my side” (aka getting engaged). This feeling, every time it touches the strings that unite my heart and brain and knocks me, pisses me off like a beast. I am aware that I am a whole entity, whole in myself and that the other would be something more that adds something to my already present wholeness. I am a. Complete. So WHY do I feel this need / this need? Certainly a great role plays the fact that I have never been in that situation and this sharpens the curiosity of “who knows how it is”, but the feeling is so universal, as to seem almost psycho-biological. In our mind it is natural to mate and love each other and not be alone (I mean only in the sense of love affair) and I think that there are no people born, raised and died without ever having sentimentally loved someone (spoiler: I will have my Nobel Prize). So why is this need felt? Need to feel loved? Then it is selfish, because I am looking for someone to simply satisfy my need. If it is a plus and I am whole, I (like everyone) do not need to feel this feeling. I get pissed off like a beast also because, having this awareness of its non-necessity, I feel weak. Psychology would tell me that we are social animals, that we have an ego that needs to be satisfied, that we need to feel loved. But I have 300 different loves in which I feel loved, why the need for THAT kind of feeling loved? Romantic love is told in a thousand forms of art since the dawn of time, as if it were in first place among the types of love that exist and it is perhaps this that influences us too much and makes us desire things that would not make much sense to desire, a little ‘how it works with advertising that makes you want to buy things you ultimately don’t need. So … why do we generally feel the desire for this addition to our life? I don’t want to feel the need, I don’t need any additions, I have to fit in my entirety as an individual because … But, precisely, why the opposite? Whenever I dissect these thoughts well, I usually go through everything and go back to normal with my non-need for anything but ME … let it happen for the umpteenth time, thank you.


They say that when you reach the bottom you can only go up, but that’s not true, you can start digging with your bare hands and reach an even deeper place, even more dark and painful. But if you survive, if you find the strength to raise your head and rise from the abyss of suffering, then you will be able to see your strength and rejoice because there is no turning back. Nothing and no one will ever have the strength to bring you back to the bottom, and thanks to this you will be able to face the next obstacles with your head held high because no problem will appear greater than what you have already experienced and overcome.
Psychology states that you shouldn’t expect anything to feel good. Everything that happens to us must be a surprise. If a person sends us the “good morning” the following day we don’t have to wait for it again. We can’t get used to things, much less to people. If we consider events as surprises and never as expectations, we are happier.
Don’t settle for it. Don’t give yourself to the first one to pass. Do not prefer the easy things, in the end they always last a short time. And don’t be afraid of the difficult ones, difficult things are not for everyone, love is not for everyone and you are also not for everyone. Don’t settle for nice words, you need presence and constancy. Remember that to make a person happy you don’t need gifts or constant promises, you have to make them feel important, every day. Forget the one who betrayed you, but without ever being ashamed of trusting him, he should be ashamed of having betrayed her. Forget the speaker behind you, his place is right behind you. Forget those who are not honest with you. Don’t worry about it, don’t try to understand what they think, you can never really know what someone thinks, but you can understand a lot from how they behave and how they treat you. Believe in yourself but never put yourself above others. Intelligence is questioning yourself and not others, that’s just fear. If you are satisfied with the wrong people, unfortunately it is only your fault and it is you who must correct your mistakes, it is you who must learn to give people the same importance they give to you. the difficulties do not come if they make you lose your patience, but if they make you lose your desire, and if you are with someone it is because you want him and do not need. Don’t settle for those who play to lose you, let them win, never give up hope or kindness. Take care of your heart, don’t waste it, don’t throw it away, and when you return to love, enjoy every moment, without giving up anything. Don’t give up on love just because it could hurt you.
Love is reborn in my fantasies as a woman, in the repressed desires, in the desires and pleasures of my body. The fruit ripens, juicy and sparkling, sour in sweetness, and like the sea concentrated in a drop, which contains the strength of the waves in the salt. Pura a flame is ignited, a glow of light infests the darkness, it makes room by tearing the layer of the closed eyelids in the dark: light illuminate me and invade my flesh. I want to taste the passions, suffer from the pleasure, smile and enjoy.


For starters, a woman’s first relationship is with her father. If he treats her well, shows her how to be treated, advises her on the games men play, instills confidence and loves her endlessly; he is teaching her how to be treated by a man. If, on the other hand, her father abandons her, neglects her needs, mistreats her, abuses her, doesn’t teach her anything about men, etc, well he’s also teaching her how to be treated by men. In psychology, we call all behavior “learned behavior”. How you experience life, people and what you learn conditions your reaction to people and conditions your behavior. We are also reinforcing behavior whether we know it or not.

That’s first. A woman learns how to be in relationships, based off of her relationship with her father. A positive relationship with father, will more than likely influence the decision to have positive relationships with men. A negative relationship with father, and the message you interpreted from that experience will also determine how you choose to allow that to negatively influence your relationship with men.

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