A guided orientation – aspects of our reality are orientated in space, in their “actuality”.
It’s like being in a brown paper bag for us, as self or identity, within our reality of conscious experience and self witnessed*.
The crinkled surface to our front is what we predominantly experience as vision. We are in a fold pushed into the paper bag from its left.
There is no boundary to our right where empty space comes in, nor to the vacuous displacement behind that is the witness. The conscious is above us and our deeper sense of being extends below both again with no boundary. These aspects or regions seem to extend indeterminably for us, but exist within the paper bag that is our reality. What is determinable is our front facing self in the fold from the left, and what we experience to the front of the bag.
Within our paper bag we cannot see or experience the whole bag or the whole self of whom our reality (our paper bag) is a part, much like not seeing the forest from the trees. However, we can be a part in our actuality* and be in relation with our whole as part, just as in being a part of a tree that part is a part of the forest.
In our actuality within our reality, a part of our whole being who in turn is a part of absolute Reality or the one and only whole.
Our reality is conscious experience and self witnessed.
Actuality is our existence in fact as a projected part, projected by our whole being through the CNS (Central Nervous System).
The witness is the displaced part to the manifestant parts of our reality that include the self and what is experienced. We are aware of what the witness witnesses, which includes the self by which we can be self aware. It occupies the vacuous space behind what we experience (front) and the experiencing self (back).