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Clear Perception

Through the perspective of personal selfishness, each person constructs a model of how the world works, as well as himself within it, with the help of which he perceives facts and situations, predicts the future and constructs his plans.

There is generally lack of interest in an unbiased perception of things "as they are", as real events. More likely, our attention is on the split, bound by our previous impressions that unconsciously ultimately determine our actions and reactions.

Our perception is usually imprisoned, influenced by the basic characteristic of bonds, which is the acceptance or not of others, those we want to associate with and depend on.

Clear perception is a prerequisite for being able to see the real facts, the ones that most people do not usually see. This means a necessary condition required to become insightful & intuitive.

There is a relationship between clear perception and capacity within us. When we can initially accommodate our own feelings, emotions and dynamic intense situations, then we have room for others and their own feelings. Then we have taken a big step. Our capacity also allows others to feel comfortable, to connect, to open parts of themselves that they have not explored and to see what it is like to exist with them in their relationship with others.

All our physical or mental actions must have a temporary form as they emerge. Only then, we feel alive and full of energy.

In order to be able to perceive events as they are, we need to be connected to the flow of the universal power of life. Individually, this refers to how much we can feel and how much we allow power to pass through us, without disconnecting. It matters how sensitive we are ultimately to these flow movements, remaining in unity in our presence.

Our encounter with the potential of an event creates psychological experiences for us (e.g. emotions, feelings, beliefs, thoughts, etc.).

Our encounters with particularly strong emotions, feelings and situations, such as anger, rage, sadness, excitement, the feeling that we are collapsing, that we are excited, or empty, etc., find their place within us or not. Then we can include them or not, we respond or react.

As we experience these psychological states, if we have not properly trained ourselves, the simple reaction prevails. We discharge them externally, filling ourselves with intensity, or on the other hand, we withdraw, slipping into a passivity, creating internal conflicts.

Someone who fully responds is like the image of someone surfing and being constantly on top of the wave, taking advantage of the power that carries him. On the contrary, someone who just reacts, lets the power be lost and passes him like a wave, or else he reacts, fights with the waves to be saved or even worse drowns. In this game of forces our energies are either carried away by the waves or serve the motion.

Similarly, the mysterious game of the dynamics of the unconscious is experienced internally or externally as a movement. Body, thoughts and feelings need to have the same high arousal in a unity and an existential alertness. Only then is there a perceptual sensitivity to all internal or external stimuli, in connection with the life-giving force. This is ultimately expressed by us and manifested as creativity and giftedness through an excess of energy.

As in the movie "Star Wars", "Obi van Canobi" is the one who fits and is completely receptive, he feels and feels the whole galaxy as his body and feels the slightest change of power, so this ocean feeling (unconscious) is a section that is connected to everything.

The space between stimulus and reaction is the space of feeling, the space where a form of vitality emerges. The form of vitality according to Daniel Stern (Psychiatrist - Psychoanalyst) has 5 basic characteristics, Space, time, movement, direction and power. In this way we are psychologically and energetically connected to life and we can find the true meaning of a situation, the event through the sense and the feeling we experience. Thus we develop this acute perception, necessary for insight and then intuition. This overall understanding is very important as the awareness of experience.