The “Senton Network” is one of the three major brain networks stemming from the word “sentiment” or “opinion” and reflects our behavior on the macro-scale.
This network is responsible for identification of “categories” and “boundaries”. In other words, this network defines what something “is” or “is not”, where something starts and where it ends. This task is particularly difficult under “bracing” since tunnelvision narrows the available categories as well as the boundaries, which can lead to miscommunication.
Together, 1 category and 2 boundaries create a space or state of “being”. These spaces are connected with circular and linear lines of possible developments.