ashlynn

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ashlynn

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by daily dying, i have come to be.

Theodore Roethke

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Sydney

Sydney

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Sydney

Sydney

Sydney

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Jasmine, 2013

Jasmine, 2013

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SHAG - Know The Feelin’

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"When the word “hallucination” first came into use, in the early sixteenth century, it denoted only “a wandering mind.” It was not until the 1830s that Jean-Étienne Esquirol, a French psychiatrist, gave the term its present meaning — prior to that, what we now call hallucinations were referred to simply as “apparitions.” Precise definitions of the word “hallucination” still vary considerably, considerably, chiefly because it is not always easy to discern where the boundary lies between hallucination, misperception, and illusion. But generally, hallucinations are defined as percepts arising in the absence of any external reality— seeing things or hearing things that are not there.

"Perceptions are, to some extent, shareable — you and I can agree that there is a tree; but if I say, “I see a tree there,” and you see nothing of the sort, you will regard my “tree” as a hallucination, something concocted by my brain or mind, and imperceptible to you or anyone else. To the hallucinator, though, hallucinations seem very real; they can mimic perception in every respect, starting with the way they are projected into the external world."

-Oliver Sacks, Hallucinations

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NEW ORLEANS

NEW ORLEANS

NEW ORLEANS

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Jasmine

Jasmine

Jasmine

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ESPRIT 空想: DAYDREAM

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ashlynn

ashlynn

ashlynn

ashlynn

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