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Seeing it as it is

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I wanted to ask you dear actualized community, what does this mean to you? 

"I see things just as they appear to be" how does that feel to read?

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"I see things just as they appear to be" - for me it means seeing without mental labeling it, or at least, being aware of thoughts appearing to WHAT IS. :)

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I wanted to ask you dear actualized community, what does this mean to you? 

"I see things just as they appear to be" how does that feel to read?

Incorrect perception. False seeing.

"To see it as it is", is to see it as it is, and not what it appears to be.
Seeing it as it is, is to perceive it without "coloring","distortion"" "uncluttered" . Without labeling, judgement, belief, opinion, memory. Seeing in this instance doesn't mean through the eyes of the mind, but as in perception of a higher order.

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Seeing it as it is means acknowledging the uncompromised truth of a given issue. No blindspots, radical honesty.

For instance, you might justify toxic behaviours by deliberately ignoring the downsides or creating a narrative that basically says "it's not so bad, just a tiny side-effect". In this case, a shift to "seeing it as it is" would be a reevaluation of the significance of those side effects. Which is not to say that the new impression would be the most truthful or accurate one, but rather an acknowledgement of your personal reality (whether you actually benefit from the behaviour as you keep telling yourself, and how severely the given side effects truly affect you).

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20 minutes ago, catcat69123 said:

ahaha it feels absolutely wonderful @WelcometoReality it is so perfect i couldn't spend enough lifetimes to find a flaw

@Judy2 so, not lieng to yourself?:D

Yeah, the flaw wouldn't be "seeing it the way it is" would it. ?

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