Edmund Husserl understood that personal experience and meaning were the heart of existence. One's ideas of the world created an actualized version of the world, a special world within an infinite number of possible worlds.
This is why our personal experiences are so critical, so crucial, to our understanding of life. It is such a personal endeavor, and we cannot compare our own personal understanding to an externalized conceptualization of that same subject.
This also means that should we begin to own how we see the world, we can begin to access the infinite worlds available to us.
This boundless array of experience, this infinite wisdom, exists in our energetic and spiritual fields. Our physical, mental, and emotional fields show us our "special world." When we see ourselves standing in this special place, we can begin to choose what other worlds we want to live in.