IJSRP, Volume 2, Issue 9, September 2012 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
DR K N PRASANNA KUMAR, PROF B S KIRANAGI , PROF C S BAGEWADI
Any discussion of psychedelic hallucination is an equivalent to the discussion of the spontaneous emergence of perceptual information within human consciousness. Human perception is limited by the capacity of sense organs; or rather the functionality of human perception is limited by sense organs, functionality of the human perception is limited bybyte speed and architecture of the neural network; functionality of human perception is limited by and the number of distinct perceptions the brain can analyze at any one time. Despite functional limitations, human consciousness is seamless, meaning that each perception and behavior flows smoothly from one to the next. When consciousness is equivalent to stable perception and behavior and stable perception are is seamlessly integrated, when consciousness destabilizes perception and behavior loses cohesion until we are no longer in control of our thoughts and actions Destabilization of consciousness can happen all at once. Like (instantaneously without any time lag) in the case of being knocked unconscious, but more often it happens incrementally(with time lag d^1(eb)d^2…….d^n) as various aspects of consciousness enter into a low-power subconscious or unconscious state, as in going to sleep.