Aspect

An aspect in the Saiyasart is an isolated perspective. A distinction is made between the inner aspect, the external aspect and the relational aspect.

Aspects in general

One aspect represents a single perspective of the viewer, who is in a certain position between the viewer himself and the viewed, and contains the scope of the view or information. The aspects differ in three groups, which are called fundamental aspects.

The external aspect

For the example of the aspect as a viewer (external aspect) one assumes a free floating spherical object. With mathematically approximation, the sphere exists as an object with a round surface. If the surface points of a circle are divided to 360 degrees, the sphere has 64084 surface points due to its three-dimensionality.

If one continues to equate every existing surface point with a perspective, one also has the amount of viewing aspects at the same time. The sum of the individual information of all aspects of view represents the actual aspect, or the expression (presence) of the object, which can be perceived by the viewer.

The inner aspect

The contemplation of the sphere, in which the viewer positions himself as a sphere, or as an affected person (inner aspect), is called an inner perspective. As affected, the viewer himself perceives the reactions through his presence in relation to everything else, as well as the conditions of existence and the process of change. It is not the presence, or the external perspective of view, but the consciousness of the sphere itself, which the viewer perceives.

The consideration of the relational aspects represents the perspective of the presence of individual units within the sphere, which can consist of both, equal or unequal entities. Due to the spherical shape, the individual units of the unit dimensions have different presence positions and thus also unequal relationships with each other.

Relational Aspect

Furthermore, the perspective also represents the relationships of the units on the sphere surface with other existing beings in the same space. The free-floating sphere has a certain relationship (a relational aspect) to the air in which it floats, compared to a sphere lying on the ground. In modern science, these aspects are referred to as chemical-physical conditions instead of relationship aspects.