Realization

When one awakens from a deep slumber for some fleeting moments, a feeling of being lost or unaware of one’s surroundings overcomes them until their ability to process all external stimuli is initiated and makes it is easily discernible to realize their wakefulness. Realization is an abstract multi-layered concept with immense depth both in conceptual, and literal meaning. The concept is open to a broad range of interpretation and understanding. Realization in one form can be equated to perception. One’s ability to perceive is essential to their existence and is also one of the most fundamental elements that determine the paths an individual chooses during their free-willed existence. During an individual’s lifetime, through the lens of cognitive thought, one goes through many different stages of realization. Some stages one has no recollection of, others are but murky memories. On the contrary there are certain events in life which are realized to such an extent that attempts to distance oneself from them remain futile. Realization is not only multi-dimensional in concept but also in actuality if one develops the proper tools to disseminate from the illusionary realm an individual may feel constrained to. As a matter of fact, realization can lead to an individual forgoing all thoughts of confinement. Realization has the ability to open one’s mind to an existence in which one relishes in the boundless range of perception accessible to them in order to navigate through seemingly conscious life. Consciousness in itself is crucial to the true understanding of realization. In fact, realization is consciousness that transcends all obstacles placed in the way of true comprehension of external stimuli; it lends itself to greater perception and forethought granting limitless possibilities in thought. The heightened sensitivity to both external and internal stimuli an individual is subjected to can lead to a higher evolved sense of being. This evolution of the human mind through realization is what distinguishes ordi-nary from exceptionalism. It can be argued that true realization is the fountain of youth from which individuals are bestowed with invincibility and immortality. Perception is an individualized process that is subjected to multiple interpretations which separate the effects of similar experiences shared by a group of individuals; this is one of the crit-ical parts of defining realization. Realization is acquired by embracing and accepting that mate-rialistic appearance is subjective. In attempting to gain understanding of the concept further, imagine briefly, what your senses are currently observing is reliant upon your own perception of the surroundings. Individuals, together, in identical surroundings can be intaking a completely varied set of stimuli of a respective area due to a process of differentiated analysis. This essentially means that individuals perceive their surroundings utilizing their own set of established rules and standards; collective agreement on traits exhibited by items in one’s environment is usually what is referred to as the norm. One with fluidity of thought can easily understand that defining normalcy is highly biased by external factors encountered or learned throughout one’s lifetime. If someone’s perception of stimuli identical to yours is not the same then one must