Reason is the eye of the That which contains and arranges ideas. An idea is a form in consciousness. A series of related ideas is a pattern in consciousness. An idea has a form, a characteristic binding line that defines it. Mind refers to the space in which ideas are presented singly, or in groups, simultaneously....
Intuition is the eye of the The circumscribed spirit of God encapsulated in creatures. The individualised spirit is called ‘soul’. The soul has consciousness and will, so also has the spirit. The soul is conscious only of what happens to it as an individual. Spirit is conscious of all that happens to all souls and to....
Sensation is the eye of the body.
Sensation tells us that some force is acting upon our body.
Reason tells us the form of this force.
Intuition tells us that this force is our own self-force.