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Our words first define our experience, but over time they eventually come to confine it. Our universe becomes a word built world where only that which lives within our imaged consensus is real to us.  All else is disregarded as either irrelevant, imaginary or is no longer perceived at all. You cannot question what you cannot sense, and all else is filtered through a grid of nomenclature which pre-defines what can and cannot be “real”.

Getting outside this grid is impossible. The most we can do is accept that it is there and recognise its operation. In this way we might even come to understand that what we consider to be reality is merely a fleeting glimpse of something unknown, first seen through the narrow crack of our senses and then shaped via our innate drive for biological and psychological homoeostasis into a collectively satisfying consensus of “correct” perceptions.

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