According to Indo-Tibetan Inner Science, perception does not take place through the senses alone, but also conceptually and feeling wise. Reality as it appears to us is therefore strongly influenced by concepts and feelings. If a person is in an unbalanced state of mind, it is easy for others to see that the way he perceives the world bears no true relation to reality. However, even a relatively balanced person will experience bad days, when the whole world looks gloomy and dull and good days, where everything is fine. This apparent perception is therefore also to a great extent a mental creation, i.e. is not existing out there in itself the way we perceive it.
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