Perceptual Layout



The Perception Layout table expresses the nature of reality without disobeying the seven hermetic principals.

It begins on the left, Universe A. This is where we see the perceived world or the “physical universe” as we know it.  This perception of the world is one of two outer thoughts. Outer thoughts are all perception outside of anything happening within the mind of the perceiver. In other words, outer thought is what we interoperate as our 3D universe.

As part of the outer thought, not only is the outer universe perceived, but it comes along with the presence of the individual. The perceiver themselves are the second part of outer thought’s perception. This serves as the one obvious distinction between the physical world and the perceiver within said physical world. And the perceiver has a sense that they are not abstract and are different from all other things within the 3D space.

The perceiver comes with inner thought. This is the internal voice of the perceiver, which they consider to be an extension of themselves, and the inner environment in which the voice is placed which feels as though it is not an extension of the perceiver.

The distinction between the perceiver of universe A and their inner thoughts can be made by comparing inner experience to outer experience.


Let’s say the outer perceiver decides they fear rollercoasters and refuse to get onboard. Upon remembering why they fear the rollercoaster they immediately place their inner thought or Internal Voice onto a rollercoaster. The distinction is already made in that the inner voice whether scared or not was willing to be on the rollercoaster while the outer thought does not.

This example elaborates on the complexities of the inner voice quite literally having a mind of its own, but also being an extension of the outer perceiver. The inner thought experiences all environmental transitions as seamless too.


The outer thought could have been imagining their fear of the rollercoaster and seen the inner voice riding the rollercoaster. The next second, the perceiver could be thinking of coffee with their mom and as a result, the inner thought now appears at coffee with their mom, except they have no recollection of the transition. They do not take a moment to wonder “How’d I get here from the rollercoaster?” Rather, it just makes sense that the inner thought walked from whatever they were to coffee with mom. Those are the only memories that matter to having coffee with mom, thus the rollercoaster ride never occurred.

The perceiver of universe A is in control of the environment within the inner thought. They shift and morph anything and everything considered environment. Whatever the perceiver decides goes, goes, whether real or not in their 3D physical reality. And the inner voice experiences every moment seamlessly as though it makes perfect sense to be where they are doing what they are doing.

But the inner voice itself is never altered. It remains consistently, more or less, the same. This inner thought, internal voice, exists within the confines of the inner world and experiences those moments the way the perceiver experiences their world.

This leads us to the second half of the table, where the inner thoughts of Universe A are equal to the outer thoughts of Universe B. Like A, B has a perceived world, a perceiver, and their inner thoughts which are equal to the outer thought in Universe A.

Universe B’s perceiver is identical to the one in universe A, in that they control the environment of their inner thoughts and that they have an internal voice they consider to be themselves within their head. Although they are not wrong in that it is them, they are wrong in that is also is not because it is YOU. The perceiver of Universe B’s internal thought is equal to the perceiver of universe A. And equally, when the perceiver of Universe B thinks of whatever, they place their inner voice into a different environment which aligns with those thoughts. In Universe A this appears as whatever an individual is doing at whichever time they are doing it. And just like before, the inner thought, or the perceiver of universe A exists within rapid changing places and times, sometimes ages are altered too, yet it all appears seamless to the perceiver, to YOU in Universe A, every moment is rightfully where you went when you wanted to be there. Even if you were at a rollercoaster a second ago and you are now suddenly reading this. Memory of the rollercoaster is irrelevant for the Universe B perceiver’s thoughts on the Perception Layout.

Universe A’s Inner Thought = Universe B Outer Thought (Perceiver and Perceived World
And Universe B’s Inner Thought = Universe A’s Outer Thought (Perceiver and Perceived World.

This tangled mess lines up nicely with the idea that having good thoughts and sending good energies out to the world will return the favor.


1.      Perceiver A has a bad day, has negative thoughts.

2.      Universe B is affected by negative thoughts and Perceiver B’s day gets bad too.

3.      Perceiver B now has bad thoughts and alters universe A with said bad thoughts.

4.      Perceiver A’s day gets worse.

Example 2:

1.      Perceiver A has a bad day but decides they will be positive all day despite that.

2.      Universe B is affected by positive thoughts.

3.      Perceiver B’s day goes smoothly and great, they are happy.

4.      Universe A is affected by Perceiver B’s positive thoughts.

5.      Perceiver A’s day gets better because Perceiver B alters the world to be better.

Send good energies to the world and good energies will come back.

The Perceptual Layout Obeys the 7 Hermetic Principals.