If our brain—the initiator of our five physical senses—was removed from camouflage personal reality (that is, taken out of the picture), what would we see? Here’s Seth with one comment that helps us understand, as he looks at Jane and Rob’s couch where two guests are sitting:
“I have said this before: If you were able to focus your attention upon the dissimilarities, merely those that you can perceive but do not, then you would be amazed that mankind can form any idea of an organized reality.
“I look now between the two of you. When the others look at our friends here on the fancy blue couch, they see a picture of true organization. There is an individual there, and an individual there, with space between. The picture is equalized. It appears perfect and organized.
“However, the space between our two friends is not vacant. You think of it as vacant because you do not perceive what is there. The picture appears to be very organized. As soon as you realize that the picture is not complete, however, then you must begin to ask new questions, and the old idea of the perfect organization is gone.
“Now: As you know, you do not perceive the atoms and molecules that swim about the room, nor those that fill the space between our two friends, nor the forces— the field forces—that exist. The couch seems to unite them since they sit upon it. And what do they sit upon? Emptiness that you perceive as solidity.
“Now without your particular physical senses you would not perceive the couch as solid. Consciousness that has different perceptive mechanisms than your own is unaware of our now famous blue couch. YOU make the organization. YOUR thoughts perceive an organization. You enforce the organization, and indeed create it.”
Seth Speaks, Appendix, ESP Class Session, 6-23-70