Anything we look at or think about for long enough changes in our mind. Everything in existence vibrates at a frequency. If we sit and contemplate an object our mind’s relationship with the object will change. Everything in what we perceive to be our external reality is a reflection of an inner reality. It is only by changing our inner reality that we change what we perceive to be our external reality. We define our internal reality as ‘just our imagination’ and therefore unreal. We define external reality as real. This is to hold the effect that is the external reality to be its own cause.
The living is the new born child who is replaced by the dead which is the identity. Our given identity is ‘who’ we are authorised to be in the jurisdiction in which our birth is registered. Like a dog that is has been domesticated the child effectively falls into a trance when the given identity takes its place. This perspective is ‘educated’ to generically perceive reality. Why? The collective perception is what sustains what we define to be ‘reality’. If our collective mind stopped worshipping the ‘beliefs’ that define reality then that perceived reality would cease to exist.
Perception is not vision. Perception is the projection of the beliefs that the mind uses to define reality. Perception gives us the power to create reality. The objective of education is to ensure the collective perception is constrained within a systemic thought system. The systemic thought system ensures that the mind sees what it believes. What the mind sees is what is perceived according to the beliefs that define reality. Education ensures we collectively perceive the reality defined by the words of the dictionary. Education created perception which created ‘perceived reality’.