Edited from comments and replies on http://abozdar.wordpress.com/2014/09/12/reality/#comment-15629
What seems to us, is not what it is in reality.
The question is, is there anything called reality, isn’t everything and all perception and observation 🙂
It’s all experience. And where we ask questions and expect an answer is in our minds, in projection. But our all is a part of our whole, the whole body in reality who projects or creates and places our reality.
Let me extend this further, the whole body is also part of our experience as well. Does that mean since we observe its exists and if we stop observing it won’t 🙂
The whole body we experience is not the whole body in reality. What we experience is what the whole body has projected that we may identify with. Our experiences may indicate something of what is real.
If we experience a tree falling, that experience may be an indication of a tree falling in reality or not (illusion, memory, imaginings etc). Even if we do not see it, trees fall, in reality. There is more to reality than what we may perceive and observe, sense and form notions about – more to what is in reality, and more to what is reality.
For us it seems, there is no more to reality than what we can experience of it, in projection projected from the whole body in reality. Except however, the whole body, in reality, we individually belong to. He or she responds to us like no other thing in reality. Of course, the whole body does or enacts what we think we are doing, and projects our self, the world and our sense of being in the world. But more so, rather than identified in what we experience, we may be affected by our whole in we making our selves presentable by being actual. Our knowing, feeling and deeper sense of being (cognitive, emotive and somatic) but also gut instinctive, intuitive, and deeper realms, may be integrated with the whole self, rather than disassociated in what we determine and identify with of what we may experience at each of those levels. I believe it is in humanity’s interest for us as an identity to relate with our whole, merely for being a part.
I want to establish a distinction between reality and our projected reality of the self and its experience, between the self or identity and other aspects of the self, and the whole self, whole being or whole body.
Our reality, our all, may be determined absolutely as experience, captured as actuality, and as projection, related with our whole who is in and of reality.