As we delve deeper and deeper into the basis of physical reality, we are increasingly encountering our own selves in what we seek to know. One such example would be the Anthropic Principle. It arose out of trying to answer the question 'Why is the Universe the way it is?' While there may well be a 'physical' explanation to it, many physicists are now veering toward what has come to be known as the Anthropic Principle, which takes the position that the Universe is the way it is because we are in it to observe it to be the way it is. If we did not exist, if we were not an outcome of the Universe, it may well have been very different. Some physicist balk at the Anthropic Principle, considering it a circular argument, but the fact remains that the need to understand the Universe is 'our problem' - so the Anthropic Principle is just another way of recognizing that reality. We may extend the Anthropic Principle to even how nature manifests itself. Consider the phenomenon of quantum entanglement: a pair of particles exist in dual mode of manifestation, say A-B. By selecting in which mode, say A, we wish to observe one of the particles, we compel nature to manifest the other particle in B mode. In other words, natural reality is how we want it to be. We are also nature, with a mind, that can choose how to reveal nature. Finally, to resolve many of the present mysteries in cosmology, say dark energy or dark matter, may require an extension of the Anthropic Principle. The approach of physical explanation to physical phenomena may no longer work. We may have to supply solutions that are not so much physical but philosophical. In other words, they would be 'our' explanations of what the physical phenomenon is about. Of course they would hopefully be experimentally verifiable, but we should also be prepared for the eventuality that it may not be completely possible - ultimately we may just have to trust 'our truth'.