This is a great thread. I've always partially believed that we could be God, and that God is everything, but I don't think I've ever thought of it
as "you are me, I am you". That is a very interesting thought. I've read a lot of NDE stories, and many (if not most) claim they experience a sense
of oneness,...a sense that everything is interconnected.
I have a few questions;
#1.) So then,..... do you experience being rocks, plants, animals, objects, etc? Or are we talking about being humans only?
#2.) What about our fantasies, such as dragons, unicorns, wizards, aliens, etc. etc. (I know these are human/history-derived, but I can't name
something more fantastic at the moment)? Do they/have they ever existed? Is there some universe in which they do, and have we/are we exploring that
#3.) What feeds our strange dreams? What the heck are dreams in the first place?I've had some strange dreams before, some of which could very well
have happened, but I write them off as pure fantasy. If the "I am you, you are me" theory were true, it would explain some of those dreams (so would
reincarnation, but it could very well be part of it).
#4.) Someone mentioned "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you",.. and that's interesting as well. We could very well be doing these
things to ourselves.
#5.) If more people came to believe in such a theory, do you think more people would become more considerate to one another?
#6.) Do you think that this theory (if true) could give an answer to the question; "where did we acquire the sense/thought of a God, and the
infinite?" ? After all, pretty much everything in our world is finite.
I might have more questions later, but this is it for now.