Every human being who is endowed with a faculty to reason, also has a dynamic framework in his mind which is a necessity for reflection. Reflection takes place inside the domain of the framework’s boundaries. These boundaries are defined by the amounts of analysed information available at hand to a particular person. Majority contributors to this pool of information get special control over the framework of a person. These include information from all sources. For instance information from use of material and also information from thought, which takes input from both substance and non-substance ideas. This framework of reflection is used at each moment of physical and mental activity to resolve conflicts, ranging from the most trivial to those which have some higher levels of emotional value. This resolution of conflicts provides the required self confidence for achievement of needs, generally in their hierarchical order. This self confidence is also an acknowledgement from the being when he makes changes in the framework. It is regulated in light of new information.This reflection in each individual can vary depending upon the time and the level of focused attention that it receives but majorly dependent upon the framework. It is different from perception of substance, which is a judgement made after undergoing a satisfactory reflection through the framework. So framework for reflection is an a-priori condition for perception of a substance to be made. A substance here encompasses everything there can ever be. In the process of forming a framework for reflection, information from all sources in received and analyzed by the present framework available to the faculty of being. So the process of reflection and the process of framework formation feed on each other and are complementary as well. Decisions in the framework, are made on the basis of conventions based on prior learning of information. The frame work can be seen as the source of intuition i.e. to say a person may find inferences easily available at hand if reflections are made under their own framework. Most of information available to all people is similar, which is the common conventional truths about the natural world. But difference in information is apparent when people are present at different places and surroundings. This difference in information leads to apparent differences in the basis of conventions at the minor conflict levels, which can cause huge, even complementary difference of opinion in people. When doctrinal ideas are accepted as ultimate facts then the framework is majorly affected by their force. In case of religious ideologies due to the obligation of complete devotion the being develops solid faith which provides final conventions for the framework. Belief has an inherent intuitional quality such that even though it leaves behind many unresolved conflicts but they are overlooked under the light of the tranquility promised by the prospects of attaining the true framework. A framework based on information from the sources of religion. Again an acknowledgement of self confidence is seen as one has decided (though conflicts are left unresolved during the dynamic regulation of the framework) to choose a major information source for framework. This dual process of reflection and framework formation is a significant constituent of the being itself as it uses up all the available analyzed information and beliefs, which are agreed upon by the being in various degrees.