I just reread Thoughts 11 and realized the last sentence is only partially true. In chapter 1 I tried to show that we break things down to try to understand. In truth a thought is both non-physical and physical, but it is one not two. I have gotten totally lost in the reference frames I am trying to set up forgetting that I am using reference frames to set up new reference frames.
The sixth direction of perception is a person who sees that he relates to other people and things and they relate to him.
The seventh direction of perception is a person looking at what it takes for a relation between him and the other people and things.
The eighth direction of perception is a person who views people and things as to what he will give up to relate (what it will cost him).
The ninth direction of perception is a person who looks and sees potential whether it is personal gain or altruism. There is something beyond what is seen.