Our reality may be recognised in terms of its “construct” or make-up. It includes the identity or self, who is having an experience, the world, others and our inner realities we may experience, the conscious by which we have or are conscious of our reality, a witness by which we are aware of our reality (of our self and our experiences), and our deeper feelings and deeper self or being we may be or be aware and conscious of.
Beyond what we may recognise and determine of what makes up our reality, is their actuality or existence as “projection”. By projection, I am referring to the creation and placement of our reality, in “reality” or real space, by the whole body through his/her nervous system.
The whole body is in and of reality. Our reality is a projected part of him/her, our whole. Our reality exists as projection or projected actuality in real space.
Our reality may be captured in space as projected actuality, and as such be in relation with our whole being who is of reality. Otherwise we are isolated in our reality within projection, identified with the “what is what” or what we determine of our reality, away from the actuality of our reality and the whole of whom our reality, its construct and including our self, is a part.