She writes that the perennial philosophy is a transnational reality, why not can be understood only by the reason to access it, the ego must be cleared of being, is requirement let us simple, simple and good because these virtues are the nature of being and the truths of the perennial philosophy, which by the way is beyond the academic life and intellectual rationalist and materialist, only ‘me’ true can access only the learning of being leads to the perennial philosophy. In the book ‘Learn to be’ Ramon Gallegos expresses that the process of evolution of consciousness can be understood as a process of recognition of our true nature. We have a body, but we are not the body, have a mind but are not the psychic apparatus, are not a mere cultural product of society, or we are made only of language, our true nature transcends all that. Ramon Gallegos continues by stating that the Declaration ‘That thou art’ points out the need to realize the identity of the individual spirit with the universal spirit, our nature is not unrelated to the nature of the divine basis, but that is identical to it. Shankara points out that this divine basis is a subtle essence that is beyond time and space, beyond birth and death, beyond sensory experience and ‘That thou art’. ‘You’ means our ‘self’ true, our essence, our identity, ‘That’ means the universal spirit, the divine eternal basis, therefore, we are in essence that universal spirit. On the other hand, adds that the perennial philosophy leads us to transform the conception that we have of ourselves to point out that our true nature is essentially spiritual, therefore we need to recognize that we are not human beings who have spiritual experiences, but we are spiritual beings that are having a human experience.