The Fundamentals of Word-Vision
Let’s start by representing word-vision in our own thoughts.
Word is written in the normal perspective of looking at something from outside of it. Vision is in the perspective of looking through a window at something outside. Working simultaneously in their oneness, this is word-vision, the language of the mind of the heart. We not only see the world with it but use it to form our thoughts about everything.
Watch how the universal pupil in the pearl is placed outside of it in succeeding diagrams to indicate our word-vision identity in the world.
Working between ourselves and others outside our groups, word-visions are bound together by one vision pearl, which is formed by our word-vision baseline and depth.
Blindness cannot see its own illusion, trapping us in our own word-vision with false identity.
This is the first step out of the visual conflict of blindness in the heart.
Although still unable to get a clear baseline for our word-vision or know its depth, we are at least aware of our illusion now at this point. We can sense the principle at times working in our conscience and, if we choose, use it as a guide when it sheds healing light on us.
Without a baseline though, it is a constant challenge to know whether it is our own word-vision or another’s feeding our inability to make the enemies of conscience more important. This is even as we reach out to others in our heart, depicted by including the black rounded square, the future.
This is what it seems like when another’s supposed illusion is our own.
Looking for relief, we imagine that we have gained vision in our position and recognize illusion in another. But we do not see that the baseline is all us, indicated by the arrow going only toward the other position. What we see in them is a reflection of our illusion, whether they are blind too or not.
Our past is trying to walk toward the future without knowing that our word-vision identity cannot see half the people around us, indicated by the two long blue lines reaching only the bottom.
Two Key Word-Visions
As we use knowledge of what is going on to remove our own illusion, our word-vision feeds into and partakes of the seeing vision-pearl, depicted by the flames in our position in the upper left. By making others more important, we see those under illusion hidden by their trauma, depicted by the image used in the baseline position opposite to us and in both depth positions. Awareness of this provides us with a true baseline and depth, indicated by the arrow pointing both ways, establishing vision of the four us in our three word-vision identity sets in the center.
The upper half of WV-10 shows the universal pupil of our seeing vision-pearl working from inside it and outside it as our extension, the latter holding illusion suspended there by a light funnel, Word’s spiritual optic nerve or passage. In the world, this is expressed by our working together with the principle to identify and examine illusion working socially.
Laura, her parents and Jack all chose to make each other more important at some point in their relationships and most likely did not willingly stop. Laura knows that strong addiction to alcohol easily destroys relationships due to loss of will, but she still misreads it at times as a willful act, a choice of Jack's not to love her. Likewise, her parents misread things in each other and themselves as willful acts that are not.