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View Poll Results: Do you think mostly in words or not?

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  • Think in words

    48 42.48%
  • Not think in words (I'm not sure of all the different ways people would think in.)

    65 57.52%
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  1. #111


    It's mostly a movie image of hypothetical things, accompanied by the observation of reality. So it basically alternate between fantasy and reality.

    I've done so much thinking about my thinking that I really can't stand it anymore, so sorry for the shortness of my post. I made a blog about it actually.

    (By the way, when you say "words", do you mean auditory or written words? Haha.)

  2. #112
    the Dark Prophet of Kualu
    Join Date
    Mar 2009


    I think thoughts in taste, smell, touch, seeing, hearing, images; Not so often in emotions though but think in feelings.

    I bet everyone use their head as playground, no matter how much damage one can actually do to it and thus, I've always adjusted to different ways of thinking instead of staying true to my own inherent way of doing so.
    Open for interpretation.
    Fell for the temptation: Nohari / Johari

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