The Sensory Experience
The five, six and arguably more, senses are the devices in which we as human beings and the rest of the animal kingdom experience and interpret the world around us. All of our reactions and interactions begin with a stimulus that excites one or more of the methods of perception. The five senses, site, sound, touch, taste and smell all of these have a physiological component that links to the nervous system.
Our entire experience of the world both internally and externally and our concept of existence is derived from the information transmitted through the sensory organs.