Experience is a process in our brain that science has no name for.
The English and Americans call this process "experience-dependent plasticity of neuronal networks", meaning the consolidation or degeneration of the connections between the nerve cells in our brain depending on their use. So the way the interconnections between the nerve cells, which determine our thoughts, feelings and actions, depends on how we use these interconnections, what we do with our brains, what we think everyday, what we do feel again and again.
For example, whether we're sitting in front of the television night after night, playing the violin instead, or reading or constantly surfing the Internet on the computer. For each of these occupations we use different connections between the nerve cells in our brain. They are called "neuronal pathways" . Nerve pathways.
Thus they are ways of thinking and feeling.