You can definitely start your life with visuals and make it feel like you are looking at a picture instead of a book. It’s not about being the best one out of the three, but it’s about creating your own visual analogies, and using those to improve your experience.
This is why I don’t like to see visualizations, but its also why I don’t like to use illustrations. It’s a very easy way to get caught up in the details and to end up feeling like you’ve actually looked at the picture. Even though it’s a great approach, I think it’s also a very distracting one. So if you have that kind of experience, don’t use it.
The same goes for visualizations as well. You have to make sure that the visualizations you create aren’t distracting. They have to be as simple, plain, and direct as possible. But they also need to be engaging. If you want to help someone visualize a solution to a problem, for example, you might not want to draw a horse on the back of your brain into a corner.
As many people have been saying lately, people just don’t take pictures of things they need to remember. The truth is that most people just don’t bother with taking pictures of their memories. It’s just not that important. We don’t really need reminders that we’ve just eaten a sandwich or that we’re about to do the laundry. We’ve come to expect the information, and that’s what matters.
Visual analogies are often used by people to remember things they need to remember. These are little things that are easy to remember if you just take a picture of them. It’s a little bit like the little things we use to remember the things in our lives, like the names of our kids, the names of our pets, and the names of our places.
Visual analogies are like a little reminder that weve just eaten a sandwich or that were about to do the laundry. Weve come to expect the information, and thats what matters.
Sometimes visual analogies can be used for things that are hard to remember. For example, if you’re trying to remember the name of a place, and you look up the name of a person in a guide, you may find that the guide is wrong. These kinds of visual analogies are often used to remind us that when we see something in a guide, it is not always that it is correct, but that there is something in the guide that is wrong.
The visual analogy is about the idea that when we see something in a guide, we can look up the description of what it is we are looking at and see, yes, that we are looking at a picture of a man in a bathtub. Or even better, we can look up the description of the man in the bathtub and see, no, that this is a picture of a man in a chair.
The visual analogy for a lot of people is that they can see the way a picture looks and then they can look up the picture and see a picture of a man in a toilet. That way, the person in the bathtub actually can see that picture of the man in the toilet.
The visual analogy is another thing that I think gives the mind a lot of clarity. It puts the same information into a different form for people to see and understand it. For example, it helps to know when we are looking at a picture for the first time that it is a picture of a man in a bathtub, or of a man in a chair. Knowing which is which helps us understand what’s going on.