The invisible is often described as a personal experience of an impulse, an urge, an atmosphere, and influence, which works on you through that personal event. The invisible brings into the light of consciousness something that was previously unknown, now needed, something new, and something that is important.
Implicit in this exploration is the understanding that subtle intuitive sense perception exists both in the inner world and the outer world experiences of an individual. It is an important aspect and psychological function that contributes teleologically toward the end point which is individuation. “To reach that point where outer and inner reality becomes one is the goal of individuation.