I'm rather bored of the back-n-forth discussions on here of late, if you can call them that... So in an effort to get people thinking and discussing something that I find a bit more interesting (and without trying to push any of the usual entrenched positions)... Here's a diagram I produced over a year ago, to aid me in thinking about the relationships between the sense of space we experience with different states/senses during wakefulness... (sort of the sense of space/spatial location) The scaling of the diagram, and the positioning/ordering of the labels are completely arbitrary. It's my own idea, I don't know if it has any validity, or indeed whether others have already documented these relationships in the past. At the time, I just found it interesting that starting at the top of the diagram with 'vision', you could perhaps order the senses according to their decreasing sense of space, so 'vision' would perhaps have the greatest sense of space, whereas perhaps 'feelings' might have the least sense of space. When you order them as I've done in the diagram they move from the external to the internal. So that 'vision' gives a truly 'external' perception... 'touch', 'smell and 'taste' move closer into and around the body... and 'thoughts', 'emotions' and 'feelings' are 'internal' perceptions. So, thinking about the labels on the right hand side of the triangle... during wakefulness, do you have a broadly similar sense of decreasing space/spatial-location...?