A question seeking to see beyond concepts can not be answered by the conceptual machinery of the minds vocabulary and imagination. It's like a scientist silently and intently looking into the depths of an uncharted Martian ocean to see if any life exists there; he/she, could theorize about it forever, but until there is an active investigation which allows the Martian ocean to reveal it's secrets, little if anything at all comes of it.
So what you are telling me about comes to you from a NON CONCEPTUAL source?
Or is it hidden? Who hid it? Is "it" an it?
The scientist who looks into the depths of an uncharted Martian ocean is using his telescope and his eyesight and relying on the photons bouncing off and his computer that records it. All tangible items.
The "active investigation which allows the Martian ocean to reveal it's secrets" would presumably be done______how? With what?
Are you merely saying there is a non-cognitive source of information and you cannot trust the conscious rational mind to find it? It would then follow that one is being asked to turn off their McAfee Viruscan, turn off their firewall and download from a non-licensed website a very large file and open it eagerly and accept what it is in it. At least to me it sounds like that.
I suspect......please correct me if I'm wrong.....that all this is about is MYSTICISM.
Now I have to confess I've been forewarned abut Mystics. It becomes taking candy from strangers.
My definition of a Mystic is anybody who claims THEY can tell you about a better way of life if you will invalidate your rational mind and follow their instructions (the source of which cannot be seen, felt, touched or measured by science).
However, this comes so close to my definition of nonprovable hypothesis that I have to wonder how it differs from Snake Oil?
What has a Mystic ever done that gave us anything the equivalent of science?
Who is the greatest Mystic? How did He find out what he "knows"?
You see, my problems are all rooted in the SOURCE of your information. It sounds purely like imagination at work.
How does it differ from imagination?