by Marinus Jan Marijs
A great part of the perception of the super sensory worlds has a sensory character, but another part deviates from that. There is colour perception, which is not caused by reflected light but is generated by a self-luminous environment. There are no shadows but there are differences in intensity, clarity and contrast. In these supersensible worlds there are colour perceptions of concentrated subtle energies (auras) which have a spatial three dimensional character. But despite their visually transparent character, there is no optical colour mixing. This in contrast to the physical world, where for example a blue transparent colour behind a yellow transparent colour results in a green colour. The visual perception in the super-sensory worlds generally follows the same optical laws of perspective, contrast, superimposition and movement as in the physical world. Even so the quality and the fineness of detail is. The perceptions in the super-sensory worlds are usually clearer and more intense compared to physical perception, and have greater aesthetic qualities. The perceived world as spatial properties, is extended, and the structures within this world are in a spatial relation to each other. The perceptions are cohesive, go generally fluently and not by leaps (not jolted).There isn’t a perceptual border as is the case with photographs, television set or movie screens. Physical objects can also be seen in an out of the body state, because they have an astral counterpart. These can be seen as is the case with physical visual perception or seen as transparent.