A Treatise on Thought: Part 1 (4/4)
Things outside of reality that are conjectured to exist must fall under an entirely new category. This category is referred to as “super-reality.” For years, the term “supernatural” has been applied to this category. This word falls horribly short in adequately describing the phenomenon of the non-physical universe because it implies “that which is beyond nature.” This is not the case. These items are absolutely a part of the nature of the universe, though not a member of the physical universe. Any word that implies otherwise creates an inaccurate understanding of what is actually being described. The classic example of this idea is wind. Wind is, undoubtedly, a crucial factor in the cycles of nature. Wind is impossible to experience through the senses. Humans only perceive the effects of wind, not the wind itself.