Making the invisible visible ((is this the same as making the unconscious conscious? Maybe… let me ponder that!
But let me tell you when and how I was first introduced to the invisible… because truth be told, because the invisible cannot be seen, I completely ignored it till then.
I was at a Peak Potentials course. I think it was the Wizard course. In one session we got a homework for the break: to look between things… to look at the space between visible things, like trees, like ants, like the clouds.
A whole big new world opened up for me…
Of course, the space between things that no one pays attention to is just one kind of invisible… but I was hooked.
I have spent the last ten years going deeper and deeper into the invisible. Result: the truth value of my world is now is 70%. I enjoy my life, and when I don’t. I know what invisible snagged me, and how to correct it… fast. My level of integrity and authenticity are at the same level… I have managed to get well physically, which is a miracle, because it didn’t look like I was going to live this long… etc. etc. etc. ))
When things float in your head, they are part of the invisible domain.
You don’t really see what is there, you only have some clue by the marker feelings… the feelings/emotions that they trigger.
Making that visible can make the difference between conceited, delusionally ((delusional: characterized by or holding idiosyncratic beliefs or impressions that are contradicted by reality or rational argument
based on or having faulty judgment; mistaken.
“their delusional belief in their superiority never wavers”)) smart, and actually becoming worth a damn in the world.
My main methodology of making the invisible visible, is following a principle: “It’s hard to be silently brilliant. Lots of thoughts occur when you open your mouth.”