The disappearing observer

The observer must be capable to see what happens within the space, also known as cognition, present between the observer and the observed and such a so relevant understanding, which is intelligence, should come into being as the observation takes place, not after, otherwise it becomes interpretation, because if there is not observation of the observation then, considering that such a space is usually permeated by conditionings of all kind, the circumstance that gets established will lead to the position in which there is not really an observer at all: just a influenced cognition; which is what happens when conditioned thoughts take over clear thinking and intelligence itself, and that’s a problem…