“’Twas brillig, and the slithy toves did gyre and gimble in the wabe.”
― Lewis Carroll
Our mind creates the illusion of well-formed vision and we do not question this. We see before we know what we see and we accept what we see without judgement. If something that we see changes, then we change what we think without judgment. If a cat becomes a shadow or a shadow becomes a cat, we don’t question it. We not only believe what we see, but what we believe can change instantly without disturbing us.
A small number of ideas and images become important enough to enter our consciousness. These are the ideas and images we need to think about. Once we start thinking, we become more attached to our beliefs. We remain largely unaware of the many images that do not pass this threshold.
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