The Gestalt Principle states that what you see is what you get. This is one of the most commonly used and common phrases in self-awareness. The Gestalt Principle states that what you see is what you get.
If you’re not able to get it, then you’re not being conscious.
The reason I mention this is because the above sentence is a case in point. I could write a similar sentence about any of my favorite objects, but I will refrain because it goes against the Gestalt Principle. I’ve been meaning to write about it for years, and now that I’m an actual human being, I finally have the words to share.
The Gestalt Principle states that what you see is what you get. If you are not getting what you see, then youre not being conscious. A common phrase is that words and phrases are often too vague or ill-defined to be sure of what you mean.
This is especially true in the case of grammar.
It’s an interesting principle, but it’s hard to take seriously when you can’t really see what you’re actually doing. For example, I can’t easily tell if a sentence is grammatically correct without a second person to explain what you’re thinking. You can see how it looks, but you can’t really see what it means until this happens.