Importance of Beauty
It is very difficult to study beauty, as well as to understand it, because it is beautifully all-encompassing, so many qualities and parameters cover that it is almost impossible to study it completely. Beauty, as beautiful, remains for us an exciting mystery. After all, many people like to say that beauty is not only external, it also has different categories. Dostoevsky, when he said that beauty will save the world, had in mind the beauty of the soul, the inner. We mean "beauty" a lot of phenomena, things that can be perceived by the organs of hearing, sight, etc. We often can not describe beauty, give a definition of its essence and essence, but we understand it reflexively.
But still one thing is clear - beauty is an important part of the life-long of us, we all strive for it and stretch, as if flowers to the sun. It can be cunning and insidious, it can be sunny and gentle, but still it is present in everyone's life. Beauty is everywhere - in people, objects, phenomena, words, sounds, music. One has only to see it.
The essence of beauty
What motivates us when we say that one thing is beautiful, but the second is not? A lot of things of this world influence this or another way of our perception. And although we do not have a concept and understanding of beauty, we feel and define it at the reflex level. So, a little boy who can not speak, can not speak, looks at the face of a beautiful girl and smiles. He hardly learned the word "beauty" and knows its meaning. But each of us knows how to feel beauty intuitively.
Our sense of beauty in one way or another depends on the time in which we live, from society and the influence of the environment. Societyak as if imposes its stereotypes and vision of beauty. Its significance is also different for different peoples. What the east will be considered beautiful, Europeans may find it ugly. Ideals of beauty of the fourteenth century are very different from today. For example, the perception of the beauty of women. It is very dependent on the social evaluation of time and fashion. So, the ideals of beauty over time constantly changing and it is unlikely that we will call beautiful today what was considered an ideal in the sixteenth-twelfth century. Here, beauty is usually consonant with cosmetics, clothing, proportions. The beauty of women in different centuries can be compared with fashion.
Beauty at the same time is very versatile, different, it is variable. But still there is something that does not change in the whole history of mankind, what is a constant in beauty and determines its essence. You can say that the beauty is the harmony of the connection. Sounds, lines, facial features or bodies - beauty determines how they relate to each other in space and time. But what determines harmony, on what depends how they will be correlated?
What is beauty
In order to understand that there is beauty, we compare the dveshoversa different things: beauty and ugliness. First, we create a non-associative series for beauty, and then for ugliness. When we are told beauty, what do we imagine? What images arise in our head? Since, most likely, they will be visual, we first of all represent a gray-haired woman, flowers, landscapes, droplets of fruit juice, flowering trees ... Usually our associations are what's closest to us, and in our head there arises what we most often see. Therefore, rather, under beauty, we imagine the beauty of the visual, human, beauty of a man or woman. Under the ugliness we imagine what causes our negative emotions - the decomposition of corpses, larvae, rotten eggs, something dead and spoiled. What kind of regularity do we see here? What is common in the qualities of the beautiful and ugly? How can this be distinguished from what is beauty?
Beauty is the embodiment of life. This is vitality. We are attracted by flowering flowers - it's a symbol of life, a beautiful woman is life, faded flowers and mold - it's more the victory of death, we think it's not pretty. In the ugly there is no vitality, beauty is its embodiment.
Beauty is also harmony. Surely you've heard somewhere about the golden section - a rule that is widely used in architecture and design. The cross section is the ratio of the proportions of bodies and objects with certain non-constant coefficients, which make this composition beautiful and pleasant for perception. If you decompose the objects or create an intuitively correct and beautiful composition, then you will most likely use the principle of the golden section or harmony of symmetry. These "feelings of beauty" and the beautiful are embedded in ourselves, in our minds, subconsciousness as a way to perceive this world.
Feel the beauty
Beauty is a miracle given to us. They say that there are two types of people: some around the world see a miracle, others do not see it anywhere. Beauty can be found in almost every subject, it surrounds us in nature, people, sounds, harmony of houses and even crumbs scattered on the ground. Beauty can affect our feelings and make us happy, fill us with positive emotions. After all, to see it, you just have to be more observant and want it.
Somehow when you go to work or a walk try to see the beauty. Observe what surrounds you, look at the world with other eyes - the eyes of the child to whom he is presented. And you will notice how much wonderful and beautiful surrounds you and that often it is only necessary to sharpen your perception, to throw away bad thoughts to notice it. Beauty makes us happy. Enjoy life, because beauty is its embodiment.