What Is The ‘Reality’ For The Observer Who Is Observing A Person?

WHAT IS THE ‘REALITY’ FOR THE OBSERVER WHO IS OBSERVING A PERSON?

February 3, 2010 – Damascus, Syria

Ayad Gharbawi

The definition/s of a Mind can only be ‘defined’ within a particular Time Frame (tf). Why?
Because, the Constituents of the Mind (CoM), can only be defined and understood by combining the sum total (?) of the (CoM) within the defined TF.
But ‘who’ is it that decides what exactly is the Time Frame to be?
Let us, for example, ask what observers can define our Observer’s mind/personality is like.
For example, Person A, may say ‘I wish to observe the Observer for 10 seconds’, whilst another Person B, may say, that he wishes to study the Observer for 40 seconds.
Clearly, then, Person A will net a different reading from Person B, as per our Observer? For the Observers of our Observer, yes, they can ‘pick and choose’ any moment/s in time, and therefrom they can ‘create’ an opinion or an image of what Observer is.
And, yes, each and every observer observing of our Observer (Ob) will get a differing picture, image, definition of what it is that constitutes the ‘reality’ of our Observer.
Let us suppose, that our Observer (Ob) experienced the following:

MT1) [x^(?+) { ?Em?_1^(tf0-5s)+?Od?_1^(tf5-10s)+ ?Sn?_1^(tf10-15s)+ ?Od?_2^(tf15-20s)+?Sn?_2^(tf20-25s) } ] ?tf?^(0-25seconds.)

The above means that our Observer, (x^(?+)), experiences/feels the following: one Emotion, two Odours that are different, and two Sounds that are also different. Each constituent lasts for 5 seconds each, and so the total is 25 seconds.
Here, we do not need to concern ourselves how each Constituent of the Mind (CoM) has affected our Observer precisely because in our example that is being presented here, we are simply studying, how people besides our own Observer, are viewing/experiencing our Observer.
That is why I have deliberately not put in flavours on each of the (CoM) – meaning, positive, negative or neutral.
Now let us study, our first person, who is looking at our Observer. Let’s label him Person A.
Person A observes our Observer (Ob) on the following basis:

MT2) [ A^(?+ ){ x { ?Em?_1+ ?Sn?_1+ ?Sn?_2 } ]

The above means: person A was watching/observing our friend (x). Notice that (A) experienced/related/interacted with person (x) only for the above mentioned moments – that is the (Em1) + (Sn2) and the (Sn2). It can almost be said that he ‘picks and chooses’ which moments and which images/aspects of (x) that he wishes. In other moments, it may well happen that person (A) will observe/interact with (x) and he will ‘pick and choose’ characteristics of (x) without being conscious of specifically choosing these moments.
This is an important point: Observer will, depending on his (?+/?-) (Awareness Factor), notice/observe/react/interact with the Observed person in any possible ways/combinations that he may choose (being aware) or without being aware at what he is ‘choosing’ – choosing, yet being himself unaware of the ‘act of choosing’ – to observe from the Observed person.
And notice here that we do not need to put wether our friend (x) is (?)+ or (?-). Why? Because Person A has no functional relevance or connection as to if (x) is in any state of awareness. It is an irrelevant factor for him. Therefore, we need not bother to describe the Awareness Factor of person (x).
Notice, also, we need not concern ourselves with the Time Frame (tf), as per relative to (x) himself, precisely because, Person A, cannot relate to what time experience person (x) himself experience and therefore, the Time Factor for Person (x) is meaningless for Person A. And so, we did not include the (tf) as per person (x).
Now it is necessary to define how Person A, experienced Time, as per (x). To simplify matters, let us say that (A) observed (x) for a total of 10 seconds.

MT3) A^(?+) { ( x { ?Em?_1+ ?Sn?_1+ ?Sn?_2 } ) } ?tf?^(10 sec.)
The above means that: person (A) sees/experiences/feels person (x) for a total of 10 seconds. That is the Time Frame is experienced relative to Person (A).
And it is within those 10 seconds, that person (A) sees/experiences/feels what the nature/definition/reality person (A) as experienced by our person (x). From these 10 seconds, (AP forms an opinion/image/truth/understanding of what person (x) is all about.
Please notice that there can be a total disconnection in the ‘truth/reality/understanding’ of how (x) relates to these constituents, as compared to what person (A) relates to as being the image/reality of himself.
Indeed, the image/reality that person (A) ultimately chooses in seeing (x) to be can totally differ from how (x) sees himself. Here lies the root cause for misunderstandings between people. The opposite to that situation, is when Observer (A) sees/identifies the images/reality of person (x) in the same manner that person (x) happens to see himself. Here we find a situation there will be harmony between these two people. Indeed, the ‘charismatic’ personality is the one who gets the deepest approximation of what the observed person feels and sees himself to be, and the latter will be stupefied by this uncanny ability to ‘see right through him’ and that, in turn produces a feeling of awe, over respect and so on.
Thus, we can say, that as per Person (A),

MT4) A^(?+) { (x ? { ?Em?_1+ ?Sn?_1+ ?Sn?_2 } ) } ?tf?^(0-10secs.)

Now the summation (?) of the above 3 (CoM), which are the (?Em?_1+ ?Sn?_1+ ?Sn?_(2 )) must come to finality (again, within the prescribed Time Frame).
So, we can say, that as per person (A), he experienced/felt the person (A) within the 10 seconds to be the result of the sum total of experiences/feelings/thoughts that he experienced while he interacted with (x).
Fine, so what does the summation of:
[ ? (?Em?_1+ ?Sn?_1+ ?Sn?_(2 )) ]
add up to, as per Person (A)?
We can say that the summation of (A) experiencing person (x) in the time frame that (A) experienced, and within which, existed the above 3 constituents – we can say, that (x) experienced/felt that (x) was a person whose definition/reality is to be a ‘REALITY’ that can only exist for person (A) and more importantly, this ‘truth’, or reality’ that person (A) believes is to be the truth and reality of person (x) need not be infinite. In other words, within seconds, or minutes, or hours, or days or years, person (A) may well change his opinion/mind or his sense of what is the ‘truth’ or the ‘Reality’ of what it is that constitutes the ‘Truth’ of person (x) as seen/felt/experienced/remembered by Person (A).
Thus, within our Matrix system, we can state:

MT5) [ A^(?+) { ( x { ?(?Em?_1&?Sn?_1@?Sn?_2&.) } ) } ] ?tf?^(0-10secs.)
Now, since,

MT6) x { ?(?Em?_1&?Sn?_1@?Sn?_2&.) } = ( x = ?(?Em?_1&?Sn?_1@?Sn?_2&.) );
So, ?
MT7) [ A^(?+ ){ ?(?Em?_1&?Sn?_1@?Sn?_2&.) } ] ?tf?^(0-10secs.) .


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