... is awakened in the student as a result of training and introspective reflection; ...
This I can understand very well.
"As it is"? Is there, then, an objective reality that can be seen and that everyone can agree on?
Sorry, I wanted to express that there is no such thing. And for that everybody can only see "his" or "her" reality. And everybody "shapes" the world in his/her own way.
"Truth" the ist something that evades when two persons comunicate their "worldviews" and put them together.