“To be is to be perceived” [George Berkeley]

Consciousness forms its images and opinions solely using the proprioceptive system.

This system is essential for the awareness of existence, the construction of one’s own self-image and for the processing of behavior.

The proprioceptive system decodes information from the three different perceptive channels:

  • Exteroception, namely information on the position of the body  and its relation to the outside world;
  • Interoception, namely information from inside the body;
  • Imaginoception, namely a system that adopts memory and experience to process information from the first two channels. Through imaginoception each of us “colors” the sensations coming from the external world, making them our own through the attribution of personal values: the human mind does not react to events but to their interpretation.

The processing of this information attributes a personal evaluation of one’s own self-image: the value of existence, the posture and movements of our body, namely psychophysical attitudes that play a decisive role in our balance, control of movements and state of mind.

Keope reaches the central nervous system through the stimulation of these three aspects of global proprioception:

  • The sound waves induce the exteroceptive system and inhibits circular thoughts and the configurations of rational opinions. 
  • The guiding voice stimulates the imaginoceptive system and activates a creative state in the mind. 
  • The mechanical modulation sends information and activates the neurophysiological system of the 

mechanoreceptors (interoception).