Have you ever stopped to think about how your reality is shaped by the constructs you inherit? These constructs, often deeply ingrained in our beliefs and perspectives, have a profound impact on how we perceive and interact with the world around us.

In this blog post, we’ll explore the idea that even seemingly objective aspects of reality are influenced by these constructs.

Reality as Subjective

The concept of constructs suggests that reality is subjective. Imagine if you had inherited different constructs; your reality would be fundamentally different. These constructs shape our experiences, influencing how we perceive the world and assign meaning to it.

While some parts of reality seem objective, like deciduous trees turning green in the spring, they are not exempt from the influence of constructs. Even seemingly non-subjective aspects of reality are, in fact, the result of constructs. Everything in our world is based on these constructs, whether we realize it or not.

Seeing Constructs in Action

Constructs become more evident when we delve into subjective areas of reality, such as religion and politics. We can easily recognize the impact of inherited beliefs and perspectives in these domains. However, even the physical aspects of reality, like how our bodies interact with the world, are influenced by these constructs.

Our reality is a complex interplay of subjective constructs, shaping our experiences and perceptions. Even seemingly objective facets of reality are not exempt from the influence of these constructs.

The next time you marvel at the green leaves of deciduous trees in spring, remember that even this seemingly objective reality is, in part, a result of the constructs that shape our world.