The pure quality of viewing without labeling what is seen is “the innocent eye” The innocent eye is active in the first couple of seconds with any new experience. All too often what was perceived is overlooked and discarded by the rational and logical mind. To see in this manner, without naming the view that was seen by one’s own perception, and without using any mental processes of judgment reveals a pure and subtle impression. This pure impression needs to be valued before the thoughtful mind takes over, and rationalizes, or justifies away that which has just been perceived by the single eye, the inner eye, the invisible eye.
To see with the use of this invisible eye means that an intuitive vision is visible through the viewers own inner perceptive lens. This is a perceptively subtle, intuitive and visual experience which presents an image that is alive with meaning to the beholder of that image. This picture image is not to be discarded but it is to be viewed with a discerning eye. The single eye views through the light of intuition with a subtle sense perception and a focused attention.