After researching the mind and consciousness under hypnosis, I developed an ability to know and understand awareness that did not come from any study or previous academic achievement. After completing the research I was able to write about the subject I was focused on, without my previous personal beliefs interfering with the content of what I wrote. What I write is within my awareness, as I am able to transcend to a different level of consciousness. I write what comes into my awareness, and even though I am in transcendence I remain consciously aware. In this way I have become aware of many details pertaining to the human condition, and with great clarity I understand the processes involved. The research was the catalyst that has enabled me to perceive myself and reality, in a totally new way.
My perception of reality is how I perceive reality; the process of perceiving reality is actuated through my mind’s ability to observe, and observing reality is interactive with perceiving reality. My perception of my subjective reality (invisible world,) my objective reality (visible world) and my subjective reality within the circumstance of my objective reality becomes interrelated. The process of observing and perceiving, gives me the ability to ascertain my perception of my inner self and perception of my objective reality, simultaneously. Unconsciously during this process, my personal beliefs interfere with how I perceive both my internal and external realities.
Whilst I am in the process of observing and perceiving, my personal beliefs infiltrate. Within my conscious mind the interactivity between the active inner dynamics is continuous. When my attention is focused, my observation is affected by the correlation, and force of these interactive dynamics. My personal perception is established when I become progressively aware of how, in my experience, my reality seems to be. My personal beliefs and perception of reality are also affected by the collective beliefs and collective perception, and both are a primary force in determining how I perceive reality.
What I am experiencing, and how I perceive my experience, comes from how any of my experiences makes me feel. Feelings and perceiving are interactive, and in my perception what feels real to me gives me meaning. Within my alert mind, feelings and emotions are interactive, and feelings can prompt my appropriate emotional response or my inappropriate emotional reaction. My emotional activity is in response to what I am experiencing, and how it is making me feel. My feelings and emotions are activated in response to how any experience is making me feel about myself, and my existence. Feelings are the language of the human existence, as feelings are an unconscious automatic response to existing and experiencing.
My perception of reality is my comprehension of reality, and it evolves during the unconscious activity of the dynamics within my conscious mind. My perception develops, as I register everything that is occurring and how it is making me feel. Through this inner process I perceive what everything means to me, and this is how I attempt to understand the reality of my existence. Because my perception has meaning that feels real to me, it gives me my personal sense of reality. In my perception I perceive the meaning, and this becomes my reality.
My perception of my objective reality, and my perception of myself within my objective reality, is dependent on many different factors. Even though my beliefs are a vital factor, my personality with its emotional reactions in response to feelings, also has major impact. Self-confidence and courage contribute to how I perceive reality, and any inherent fear I have is an opposing force to my inherent courage. Both fear and courage are incorporated into the process that determines my perception, but what I constantly fail to understand is the demands of my personality. Because my personality has a desire to be in control of what it is experiencing, it can become an intrusive force. My personality will interfere with my mind’s intelligent ability to maintain an acceptable degree of balance and cohesiveness.
My perception is my personal perception of reality and it feels real to me, no matter how irrelevant it is. The personality can be inadequate when it endeavors to perceive in an intelligent way, because it is focused on how it is feeling. At any point in time the personality can become emotionally fragile, and when this occurs its fragility will interfere with how it perceives reality. To emphasize the power of perception it has to be understood that within my inner reality, my beliefs and personal perception determine my awareness and understanding of reality. How I perceive myself is interactive with how I perceive my circumstance, and this interaction contributes to my perception. My attitude and behavior reflect my personality, beliefs and perception.
Because we believe how we perceive reality is actual reality, our individual perception of reality comes from our point of view, our own perspective. The meaning I give to anything makes it feel real to me and because the meaning is tangible to me, it formulates my perception of reality. In my life I exist by experiencing, and how any experience makes me feel determines how I perceive it. My perception of my reality comes from the intensity of the meaning I give to anything. So how I unconsciously review and analyze my feelings directs how I perceive my reality, but how I perceive reality is not necessarily how others will perceive reality. The interactivity of my personality, beliefs, feelings and my emotional response to my feelings, is the unconscious activity of the dynamics within my conscious mind. The meaning of anything is initially, whatever it means to me.