On the other hand, absence of awareness of the something makes perception of it impossible, and,therefore, any information pertinent to the un-perceived, so to speak, cannot be recognized as such.
The Dynamic Relationship of Awareness, Perception, and Information
In any event, it would seem that awareness, perception, and information somehow go hand in hand,so much so that if one of this trio is deleted, the other two delete also.This trio is therefore mutually interactive, and so they altogether constitute some kind of SYSTEM.Most have some idea of what a system is. But what is not generally realized is that an individualbiomind is entirely composed of various kinds of interacting systems thatare incorporated into thesystemic whole of its life form.It is thus possible to assume, for hypothetical consideration, that awareness, perception, ANDinformation in-take and out-put, are composed of specializing systems within the greater systemicwhole of the biomind.In this particular essay, awareness, perception, and the status of individual realities are discussedwithin some of their own contexts. But those contexts are also discussed in preparation for the far larger issues of systems which will appear in essays to follow.The end goal of this essay, however, is to be able to open discussions in this and subsequent essaysregarding the ultra-importance of awareness and perception and their absolutely critical relationship toANY of the superpower functions.
Preliminary Observations Regarding theAbsnce of Awareness Studies With Regardto the Superpowers
In order to adumbrate, or foreshadow, this critical relationship, it can unequivocally be stated that anyactivation of the superpowers basically involves activation of KINDS of awareness and perception thatare appropriate, not to awareness per se, but specifically to the superpowers.With regard to this, it can be established that interest in the extensive nature of awareness has never been examined within the contexts of modern psychical and parapsychological research.Furthermore, although the term "perception" is utilized in parapsychology (extra-sensory perception,for example), the "anatomy" of perception has seldom been considered as having much relevance inthose two fields.