Step outside of society and the constructed reality that confines us. We can not see what we are inside of until we step outside of it.
A micro organism can not see if it’s environment is just a part of another larger organism by looking outward from within. By perspective, it is nearly impossible to do so. As humans, we have the same problem while we look out to space for answers. The good news is; that is outsight and the limitations that apply to outsight do not have to apply to insight. We can travel through empathy in order to gain new perspective and new insights. Not only can we see through other known perspectives, but we can even see through unknown perspectives to some degree. For example: We can imagine how we would perceive our world as if we were not from here. All of the things which are normalized to us become fresh to our perception and we see, not as a citizen or member of society, but as a conscious being.
We have been inside, gainfully employed, educated and groomed since birth to be a part of this way of life. Everything we perceive is through the lenses of our inherited perspective. Everything perceivable reinforces and affirms this reality. As long as our perspective is inside this bubble, it will be all that we know and we will be completely dependent on the managers to provide us with virtually everything we consume and believe in order to maintain this bubble of reality. Our logic will be based on protecting this bubble and we will not empathize with any perspective that would potentially threaten it.
Understanding this difference in perspective allows us to gain awareness of our options and a truer sense of freedom. In realizing that it has been a choice all along to maintain and support a constructed reality, we find many moral implications to the choices we have unknowingly made inside the bubble. We may now truly see the logic in self empowerment and the confinement and moral repercussions of dependency.
In conclusion; our outsight is limited by our physical senses and capabilities while our insight is limited only by our own personal will power and empathy. Using empathy we can step outside of any situation we may find ourselves in so that we can see ourselves from an objective perspective which is not wagering on anything, but only receiving clear unconditioned awareness.