"Your brain then compares the signals from the inputs and when there is a disagreement between them, the result is disorientation"
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THE SIXTH SENSE: EQUILIBRIOCEPTION by Marco Narajos
"Equilibrioception is the sense of balance. It is closely interlinked with proprioception, which is the perception of one's place or body part relative to other objects in its surroundings or other body parts."
I CALL this DYNAMIC KINESTHETIC STABILITY (DKS)
"Just like proprioception, equilibrioception takes its input from various receptors in the body including the visual system (the eyes), the vestibular system (the sensory system in the inner ear) and proprioceptors.
The Law of Righting, which is really a reflex rather than a law, means that if the body is accidentally tilted or in a state of imbalance, the head will suddenly move to level the eyes with the horizon."