Have you ever remembered a dream, and at the time of dreaming, thought that what you were experiencing was "real"? Only to wake up in the morning, and
say to yourself "Man, I can't believe that I thought that was real, what was wrong with me?".
That, part of you that has no control over reality, is a slave to transitory "illusions" as they were, things that you think are "real" only to later
have a different view point, or write-off the experience entirely.
It is because we are not at a level of development that can handle this reality, we are stuck at a level where the full capacity of our brains/minds
are severely limited. In a way, our rational mind takes a back seat to our emotional "flux" that has a stranglehold on most of our "thoughts".
And most of our thoughts are contrivances based on our social lives and mundane activities.
To evolve is to use your thoughts to control your reality, and when one has such power, they will not fall prey to "dreams" and they will not ever
suffer from "nightmares" - being able to distinguish between reality and illusion, reality being what they have control over, and illusions being what
formerly had control over them.
These "illusory" thoughts are based on patterns that are like catches, they "catch" on to our recollections of past events, and our conceptions of
possible futures. It is like a computer that is lagging, trying to deal with complex data, still processing data that had already been transmitted,
and trying to buffer data that is streaming in real time, giving the illusion that one is thinking of the future, when they are stuck in the past and
unable to catch up to the present - thus the present appears as the future when one is lagging.
When you have sufficient processing power, you can make all your calculations in real time.
How do you do this? Quite simple, you have to use your brain and make active decisions, instead of falling into behavioural "patters" - it involves
identifying what is actually "involuntary" and subverting it so that you can gain a higher perspective on reality.
In simple terms, you have to be "fully switched on" in whatever you do and wherever you are.
Eventually, those that "think" and question will come up with answers, and these answers will also be questioned, until there is such a level of
complex thought that the brain is supplied with enough "energy" to enhance and develop its higher faculties, and when one has mastered their mind,
they are no longer a slave to it.
You could say that one was "inside their mind" until they had the power to isolate it, confine it, and then abstract themselves from it.
Now, you become a programmer of your mind, and not a simulation that it is running of you.
edit on 11-12-2014 by SystemResistor because: (no