Viadescioism approaches the world from both a subjective, and objective perspective, and does not place an importance on one over the other, though in this post we will be talking about subjective perception.
Subjective perception allows the viadescioist to study their own experiences, and how they perceive things allowing them to understand their worldview, and how it tints there perception in specific ways. It is how they see the world, and it is always relative to the individual, allowing them to create their own personal truths. This practice can allow the individual to know themselves, and their experiences; and these different aspects shape their world. A lot of importance is placed upon the objective outer world, and we should also learn to see the world from our subjective inner world. This practice allows you not to observe only from the outside in, but in order to flip that understanding, and go to the inside out. You are able to go within yourself, and find answers to the problems that are going on outside of you.
All individuals experience things differently and have their own subjective view of all things that they experience which can be analyzed and understood as subjective truths. These subjective truths are based off your personal perceptions, feelings, and opinions, and are local to you and your understanding. The perception that creates your reality will always be different than everyone else’s reality and because of this you will be able to find subjective truths in your reality that others will not be able to find in theirs. Subjective truths are easier to know, and will sometimes get confused for objective truths.
Worldviews are simply a combination of the subjective truth, mixed with belief, mixed with cultural relative understanding, and because of this it is something that you see the world through instead of examining the world relative to it. Everybody has a worldview that they operate from, and everything must be examined through this world view even the understanding of the world view itself.