In Saiyasart the term relational aspect refers to an isolated perspective, which refers to the relationship of existences to each other. The relationship aspect arises from the questions about “How do I and the others exist? Where is the difference or where does my existence end and where does the existence of others start?”

Example

A free-floating, spherical object in a three-dimensional space is assumed.

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.