The Lens of Perception

The Lens of Perception

Everything we experience comes through the lens of our perception.

The Universe is a vast place of Abundance. As we make the journey towards Awakening we must come to see the relationship between the vastness that is already present in the Universe and the small amount of that we are able to perceive.

To make the lens of the self easier to understand, let us look at the metaphor of a camera lens.  In this example, imagine that you can ONLY look through that lens.  That you and the lens are one.  All you see passes through this lens.  It is literally your window of perception to reality.


In this context, the qualities of consciousness that lay within the substance of our current self form the glass of that lens.  Depending on the structure of those impressions, we see entirely different realities.

Yet what happens when that lens is muddy?

When our nervous system is agitated, we cannot see clearly through the lens of our perception. Tap or move your mouse over the image above to see an example.

When we cannot see the opportunities in our life clearly, we cannot experience the flushness of abundance that is in the field of the Akasha. We live in a distorted version of our potential experience.

The Abundance is Already There.

What we want, the clarified version of our life, the access to the inspiration and the actions which will lead us to the more expansive version of our experience, is ALREADY in the field. The issue is, we can’t see it when the lens is distorted.

When our lens of perception is muddy and incoherent, we cannot see clearly.  Seen through the detritus and shadows created by the smudges on the lens, all we see are partial images, distorted by the mud.  In the context of yoga, this distortion upon our perception is the mud  we must clear for the lotus of our true awareness to blossom.

In order to shift into a reality where we are able to receive the Abundance that is our birthright, we must clear the lens of self, meticulously removing the subconscious patterns which manifest as incoherent distortions to our point of view.  This is an active process which defines the nature of self-work, and relates directly to the Attractive and Subtractive principles of manifestation.

Perceiving and Receiving

We live in an Infinite Universe

Understand, until we are capable of stepping outside of the self and viewing things from a larger vantage, we only see that which can be seen through our current lens.

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Clearing your lens of perception

Yet how to do this? How to clear the distortions and shadows that lay within the subconscious and obscure our vision of a brighter reality? How do we move through the patterns that lay beneath our consciousness awareness?