posted on Dec, 13 2006 @ 11:03 AM
With an organ like your eye, you are focusing the image you see through liquid, unlike with a camera that focuses through either air or a vacuum,
depending on the quality of the camera. It could be, and most likely is, some mundane effect of your eyeball shifting ever so slightly and changing
the fluid in your eye, thus shifting were the image focuses on your retina, giving the appearance of the window moving, when it is really the fluid in
your eye that is refracting the light in your eye in a slightly different way.
This is roughly the same principle as a technique that I use to enter a meditative state. I have detailed it elsewhere on the forums, but in a
nutshell, I concentrate on an object long enough and eventually everything else is muted in my vision until only the focal object remains.
Others that have tried this technique have described that things in the peripheral often take on a liquid appearance, or in some cases seem to be made
of marching ants. Though I have not experienced that myself, it seems to be what you are experiencing, with the image of the window moving about.
Though the cause could be mundane, the effect could be profound, if you use it as a portal to your inner self. Through meditations, you can achieve
many personal goals, and some believe that it can lead to spiritual enlightenment, or even ESP or contact with aliens.
Your truth is what you make of it.