Internal landscape

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Configuration of reality that corresponds with the perception of the internal senses, weighted by memory data of and the intentional posture of the consciousness, which varies according to the state of sleep, vigil, emotions, interest, etc. From the psychosocial point of view, the study of a society’s i.l. permits the comprehension of that society’s basic system of tensions in a given situation, and the configuration of images articulated as beliefs and as myths. The i.l. is experienced in the “inward” posture of the consciousness having the peripheral tactile-cenesthesia register as reference (*External landscape.