Eyes see many things the mind corrects and you respond, not to the eyes’ illusions, but to the mind’s corrections

Time is like a downward spiral which seems to travel down from a long, unbroken line along another plane but which in no way breaks the line or interferes with its smooth continuous-ness. Along the spiral, it seems as if the line must have been broken. Yet at the line, its wholeness is apparent. Everything seen from the spiral is miss-perceived, but as you approach the line, you realize that it was not affected by the drop into another plane at all. Yet from the plane, the line seems discontinuous. And this is but an error in perception which can be easily corrected in the mind, although the body’s eyes will see no change. The eyes see many things the mind corrects, and you respond, not to the eyes’ illusions, but to the mind’s corrections

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