I would like to ask whether there are any concrete end-to-end examples that you are aware of, and ones that I can go through that are considered correct transcripts of the transcendental reduction method.
I am confused with regards to the Phenomenological method; most of the examples from the books are very limiting. For instance, these typically end on the angles and shapes of the bracketed object, like a cube, considering aspect, profile and moment. Are there good examples that are more thorough?
In regards to practicality, what should I also include in studying the object philosophically? Our moods, emotions and connotations also taken into consideration? Does awareness of picturing and remembering count? For example, is this a valid reduction wherein the colour of the red label on the PEPSI bottle points me to the image of a rose?
Again, what appliance does this have in real life? After reading Dan Zahavi I understand that Phenomenology is inherently about "seeing things through", meaning that dynamically, in real life, without taking reality for granted I can see my subjective imprints on the things; noesis that keeps leading me through to different noema. The result is a somewhat artistic and picturesque experience of reality, but is this necessarily correct?
P.S. I was myself considering to read Gaston's Poetics of Space in order to get an end to end example(s), but I am not sure it's a good candidate.