The reality of of what we see (or do not see).

As someone fascinated by the nature of our reality, I talk and interact regularly with people who see a variety of phenomena from auras to angels, fairies, ghosts and aliens and beyond. I personally see nothing. The question is often asked, If there are other beings in our reality with us, why cannot we all see them?

The answer is that as human beings we are limited. We are limited by the variable quality of our sense organs and how our individual consciousness’s organizes and makes sense of  the input which these sense organs feed to it.

How do we see things

We see things, of course, with our eyes.  Simply put, light enters in though our pupil, is focused by our lenses and hits the back of the retina. There are two types of photoreceptors in the human retina, rods and cones.

The retina transforms the image received via the rods and cones into electrical impulses that are carried by the optic nerve to the brain. The brain then makes sense of what it sees. For instance, the image is actually inverted and the brain shows it to us the right way up.

Why don’t we all see the same thing?

There are several reasons for that.

Firstly, physically, our eyes are all slightly different.  Whilst following a standard pattern, the detail of each individual pair of eyes will vary, according to our genetics. Not only the colour varies but the quality of each individual part may vary too. We all do see things differently. We see colour differently, the number and quality of our rods and cones vary. Some people are short sighted or long sighted. Some people have amazing clear vision and others do not see well at all.

Secondly, we are bombarded with images continually. To survive in this world our brain has to make sense of these. Who is moving towards us? What distance are things away from us? What is this object I am seeing? Our brain actually edits. If it cannot recognize a object,  it will search your memory or data base to find out what it may be. It may just show you the nearest thing to what it recognizes which may not be actually, in that form, there at all. This happens in a split second. We all do see things differently. We do see the edited version, according to our brain. There may be something that you could see around you, but your brain/consciousness does not recognize it and edits it out.

Thirdly, we only see the images of the wave lengths of light that our physical eyes are set up to register. Beings around us who are vibrating at a higher frequency may just not visible to us. Some people with a more sensitive set of rods and cones ( or a more sensitive consciousness) may glimpse them.

Fourthly, some people, by using meditation or other methods, may actually transcend the limitations of the human eyes and the human standard brain. They may actually see what is around them. They may even get glimpses of other dimensional beings. Once the brain has the pattern for these other images, of course, they may be able to see them when not necessarily in an altered state.

Aspects of Reality

There are many other beings in our reality with us.Whether or not we can see them depends on the individual quality of our physical eyes and the editing ability of our brain/consciousness.

 

 

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