the true nature of what that thing is with which you will be using to examine things orwill be looking through.
What we will be looking through, will be the perspective of our own psyche
.Complete with all it's parts, it's gears, and parameters of operation.The psyche which we have, has some main principles to it's operation we need to addressat this point:1.It's has
; this means our senses are owned to that (sight, taste, hearing,smell, feeling, etc... as well as emotional, empathetic/sympathetic functions basedon memory, and also our intuitive/metaphysical functions which come from theconsciousness).2.It receives impressions through these senses.3.It's has a certain way of function as it's means to interpret these senses.Thus:
We have to know the nature of the senses that we have.
We have to understand the nature of the impressions we receive through thosesenses.
We have to realize the nature of the method in which we interpret our impressionsthat we receive.By close examination of these things, we can gain insights into what the things are whichocclude and obscure an accurate interpretation of our impressions.All process' and faculties of our psychology MUST be studied and learned from, because itis only once we learn the true nature of ourselves that we can then come to betterunderstand the nature and truth about the reality we exist in.We will come to see how we, as a microcosm, are part of the rest of creation.We will see how the creative universe around us, itself, acts as macrocosm.As it happens, there exists now a debate in the intellectual world surrounding ourpsychology we'll address at this point. The question proposed is that:
To what do we owethe origins of the
consciousness and how is it a part of the mind?
The origins of consciousness, our essence that is being expressed, is something betterowed to the realm of the “spiritual” (or any other word defining something beyond theknown physical and mental dimensions;
consciousness itself transcends the level our mind operates on.
This is very important to understand.This is why compulsively intellectualizing over an idea of an answer will push any realsolution farther from our realization.The consciousness itself is not part of the Human animal mind.There are things in life that are not meant to be experienced only through the intellect.