This image perfectly represents what a layered thought looks like to
me. When I see a word, or a symbol, or an icon, or a number, I
see an additional version or layer of meaning behind it, and I mean
that quite literally. I see a second or third version of the visible,
though I "know" what I am looking at isn't "see-able" to other people.
(At least, I know that as an adult.) In this image, the dark shape in
front represents the visible while the white shape behind is equivalent
to the version I view automatically on the otherside of consciousness.
Even as I look at the additional layer, I understand that it is
generated from the object in front of it. That's the reason the edges
are indistinct and the shape is amorphous, much like the nature of