The 57 Perceptics

1. Time

2. Sight

3. Taste

4. Color

5. Depth

6. Solidity
(barriers)

7. Relative sizes
(external)

8. Sound

9. Pitch

10. Tone

11. Volume

12. Rhythm

13. Smell

14. Touch
(pressure, friction, heat or cold and oiliness)

15. Personal emotion

16. Endocrine states

17. Awareness of awareness

18. Personal size

19. Organic sensation
(including hunger)

20. Heartbeat

21. Blood circulation

22. Cellular and bacterial position

23. Gravitic
(self and other weights)

24. Motion of self

25. Motion
(exterior)

26. Body position

27. Joint position

28. Internal temperature

29. External temperature

30. Balance

31. Muscular tension

32. Saline content of self
(body)

33. Fields/magnetic

34. Time track motion

35. Physical energy
(personal weariness, etc.)

36. Self-determinism

37. Moisture
(self)

38. Sound direction

39. Emotional state of other organs

40. Personal position on the tone scale*

41. Affinity
(self and others)

42. Communication
(self and others)

43. Reality
(self and others)

44. Emotional state of groups

45. Compass direction

46. Level of consciousness

47. Pain

48. Perception of conclusions
(past and present)

49. Perception of computation
(past and present)

50. Perception of imagination
(past and present)

51. Perception of having perceived
(past and present)

52. Awareness of not knowing

53. Awareness of importance, unimportance

54. Awareness of others

55. Awareness of location and placement

56. Perception of appetite

57. Kinesthesia


From the book 0-8, with special thanks to Frater X

Comments

Scott said…
As a matter of fact a number of the items in this list have meaning to me. Thanks!
carldem said…
One that's not there is what psychiatry labels the "sixth sense".
proprioception, in relation to external space and position.

Slightly different to the usual proprioception/kinesthesia which is about where your own limbs etc are - which is the sense that goes when alcohol is imbibed in large quantities.

The external one is what gives us our ability to walk through a room eye's closed, or to put a mob of blindfolded people together and watch them through the proprioception sense not bump into each other (it's a skill to improve the sense awareness)

There's also the Qi sense that we use in ninjitsu. Basically a version of blindman's bluff (or group of blindsman bluff), and opponents singularly attack the blindfolded person. The intent can be felt as soon as the attack makes the decision to move