Question: When I am asleep but know I’m awake – so that consciously aware of the fact I am asleep – possibly an altered state I can see inside my room, I can see distances, but it is a limited view. As if I have no peripheral vision. Can you explain that?
I would suggest we have three areas to cover here:
The etheric eyes:
The physical body has an etheric double and is able to allow us to see around us even with our eyes closed, we can also extend our etheric eyes and see into distances.
The capacity to remote view:
Remote viewing allows us to see physical locations at any distance from ourselves. The best part about remote viewing is that we can actually verify what seen at the other end using known information and human sources.
Extending our consciousness means we can do astral travelling, and also see infinitely into multidimensional aspects of existence. In these undefined spaces our constructed minds create shape so we can try to understand what we are viewing.
In the end every thing is consciousness.