posted on Dec, 5 2018 @ 03:20 AM
In this current moment you are holding a brilliant light, and this light is your sight. This light is not given to you through your eyes, this
light is already within you. This light is only established by, and only exists within, your mind.
Your eyes do not absorb light nor give you light. Your eyes are only an apparatus for receiving signals, and your mind will use those signals to
suggestively arrange your light in your mind into a perceived image.
That same light is visible while you are dreaming. However, instead of using the signals from your eyes, you use the signals from your thinking mind
to arrange the image. It is possible for you to see, while you are asleep and dreaming with your eyes closed, the most brilliant and powerful light in
existence. You are that brilliant and powerful light.
The same is true for all of your senses. You do not hear with your ears, you hear with your mind. Your ears are only an apparatus for receiving
signals, and those signals are used to suggestively form the audio in your mind. It is also possible for you to hear the most beautiful symphony ever
composed while you are asleep in a completely soundproof room. You are that beautiful symphony.
You are both the brightest light and the darkest void. You are both the loudest sound and the deadest silence. You are the most sweet and the most
sour. You are the most pleasurable and the most painful. You are the softest, hardest, sharpest, dullest, hottest, and coldest of all things. All that
is required is the right signals.
In this current moment all you have are signals. You have nothing else truly tangible. While you are awake the majority of those signals appear to be
from external sources. While you are asleep and dreaming they seem to be mostly internal signals. If you have some mental health issues, or have
consumed some type of psychedelic, or you are being manipulated by an advanced illusionist or hypnotist or hacker, you may have a mixture of external
and internal signals at once and you'd likely call it a hallucination.
However, are you ever really certain of the true source of your signals?
How could you tell the difference between a signal that originated from an external source or an internal source?
If the internal signals are indistinguishable from external signals while you are dreaming, why not so when you are awake?
If any part of the entire universe can exist in your mind while you are either awake or dreaming, in a form so realistic it is difficult to
differentiate the dream from reality, and visa versa, that suggests your mind is capable of containing the entire universe within it. It also suggests
the possibility that reality only exists within our mind.
When you look up and see the stars at night you believe the starlight traveled many light-years before it reached your eyes and sent signals to your
mind to visualize. But the only thing that is certain to you is that your mind received signals from your eyes. You have no way of truly knowing how
your eyes got the signal. You don't really know the signal came from the stars, you only believe you know based on the image your mind created
suggestively from that signal. It could all be an illusion.
What if you removed your eyes and instead replaced them with a magical signal generator. What if this magical signal generator was able to send
signals to your mind that made you see whatever you desired. What if it knew exactly how to send signals to you so that objects appeared very close or
extremely far away, even light-years away. In reality the signal generator is right in front of you, and there is no space between you and the object
that it is making you see. However, to your mind it is the illusion of being light-years away.
Let's think of the same thing for sounds. When you hear a sound all you really know for certain is that your ears sent a signal to your mind. You
will never truly know how your ears got the signal to begin with. That signal may be formed in such a way to create the illusion that the sound is
external, such as playing in your left ear louder than your right, and when you turn your head it plays louder in the right instead of left. This
would create a stereo effect, and create the illusion that the sound is external. But was it really external or did your mind only perceive it that
When someone yells "Hello!" from across the room, all they truly know is that they used their mind to send a signal to their vocal cords. All you
truly know is you got a signal from your ears that sounds like "Hello" from across the room. Neither of you truly know what happened in between. You
think the vocal cords vibrated air, and the air vibrated itself towards you, and it vibrated your ears. But perhaps it was much more simple than
that... perhaps they just sent a signal from their mind directly to your mind, and you both imagined the rest in between because of the structure and
content of the signal.
For all we know, all minds in existence could just be a part of one big universal mind, and all external signals are really just internal signals. All
physical things and all of reality is just a persistent illusion created by our collective thoughts. We may not even have eyes, ears, or bodies. Our
minds just created the illusion and sensation of having these parts based on the various signals sent between our minds over a time period.
Perhaps all is one, and we are all connected, space and time is all an illusion, and we create our reality with our thoughts. Does that sound