To gain a basic understanding of the concept of Hyponoesis,
the following analogy may be helpful:
when we speak of the ocean we do not think of single drops of water that make up the ocean, but just of water as the primary substance.
However, when we look at the surface of the ocean, we can make out an infinite number of constantly changing waves, spumes (sea form) and water droplets.
If we were only aware of those surface forms and not of the underlying ocean, we would come to think that all these forms exist independently from each other.