- Beyond your Perception lies the rest of your Mind.
- You may think that beyond what you can see or hear lies the rest of the physical world but that is not true. You only directly experience consciousness. You never directly perceive the physical universe. Therefore at the limits of your perception lies the ''Beyond'' of your Mind. This is what is ''outside the cave.'' Thinking that you look through your eyes at the world, or that the mentally constructed objects you experience are actually the objects themselves is the equivalent of the Fall. It is why ''Malkuth'' is pendulant to the rest of the Tree of Life.
- Assuming the physical universe exists you are a point of consciousness within your larger Mind which is ''in'' (potentially) the physical universe. Your consciousness is ''in'' your subconscious and unconscious Mind which is (potentially) within a physical universe. Any discussion of the physical universe falls under the general heading of ''doxa'' or opinion for it is never directly experienced.
- You do not move. There is, in fact, no movement within consciousness. The perceived content of your psychic cell shifts according to (potentially) physical signals but you do not. You always remain in the centre of your psychic cell at the centre of your conscious experience of your consciousness.
"Nor is it divisible, since it all alike is. Nor is there any more of it here than there, to hinder it from holding together, nor any less of it, but it is all a plenum, full of what-is. Therefore, it is all continuous, for what-is touches what-is.'' On Nature, Parmenides
- The undifferentiated universal substrate of consciousness is Mind. The objects you experience are mental objects. There is no separation, no size, no movement. Everything around you is composed of your mind.
"The decision on these matters depends on this: either it is or it is not. But it has been decided, as is necessary, to let go the one as unthinkable and unnameable (for it is no true path), but to allow the other, so that it is, and is true. How could what-is be in the future? How could it come-to-be? For if it came-to-be, it is not, nor is it if at some time it is going to be. Thus, coming-to-be is extinguished and perishing unheard of.'' On Nature, Parmenides
- Consciousness is Immortal. The objects percieved around you are constructed of Inner Light. You never directly experience physical light.