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« on: October 24, 2015, 22:28:29 »

This is a great illustration of how your Perception creates your reality.  And it doesn't just happen here physically...

When experiencing the non-physical, WHAT you experience is OBJECTIVE, HOW you experience it is SUBJECTIVE.
The shape in the middle bottom of the image represents what your non-physical experience ACTUALLY is... the two shapes on the end represent how you INTERPRETED the experience.
You can have two separate consciousnesses experience the same middle image, yet their interpretation of that experience could really end up in two completely different ways.

WHAT you experience is OBJECTIVE (the middle shape), HOW you experience it is SUBJECTIVE.


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« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2015, 09:46:38 »

It is.
But this is a very general statement. Of course when we see something, what happens is always what happened, this never changes, what changes is your point of view and how you perceive it, you can have multiple way of seeing things and never even find a defined point of view... and How you experience it doesn't mean it's also true for another person. It's as much subjective on one side than the other.
For exemple, if I tell someone what I experienced, (let's say for research purposes) that person can see exactly what I've experienced, this doesn't mean that they'll have the same conclusion than me. My truth may be false for the other person. And if that person explains me his way of seeing things that might change my truth for a false one.

There's not much to say about this, except in the case someone has amnesia. Where the person has no memory of what happened but something changed that person points of views. But in this case, only others would feel the change and not the person because he/she doesn't remember a thing. He would only have the circle part of his cylinder which would make his vision incomplete and void. Because something did happen. Eventually that person may return to his former self loosing the change that happened.

Sometimes I wake up, I didn't experience anything, or I can't remember having an AP at all, but I feel changed.

So, What is the real Truth? Smiley
If both persons experience the same thing but come up with different ways on how they perceived it, then which one is the the real one? Both of them? what if those point of view oppose each others. Then both might be true and both might be part in the balance that keep everything going.
Or both are false and there is a general truth somewhere.

There's always more than one way to see things. I'll take a reference about the picture of that guy in the army who's getting helped by 2 mens, from a camera angle you can see them giving him water and helping him up, from another angle you can see him just laying on the ground, and the third one was cropped and you can only see the other guy from the army placed in a manner where it seems he's pointing his gun at his head.

Someone might see something happening, where others even tho they were watching the scene didn't see anything special.

In my opinion, we search too much for the truth that when it's laying down right in our face we can't really see it.
If you'd observe a scene with no opinion or point of view at all from that scene, you see that happens with a 360 degrees view, all around it, below and above. Then you'd have the real truth.

Only after observing all aspects of the scenes in every direction can you have a good perception of what happened.

Same way someone experience something awful when young then end up years later with all the experiences he gathered over the years and the way he see what happened when he was young differs from the original. He might not remember a few parts but his entire view on the subject has changed from horrible to not so bad after all. Because he might have experienced something way more worse than that within theses many years.
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