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Originally posted by ZeroDeep
All that you are aware of is simply your perception of it: what you see, what you touch, everything that exists to you is experienced in your consciousness. Could it be that nothing actually has a physical existence, but only seems that way because you believe it to be so
How would this explain interaction between two persons?
The people that populate your world are illusions: some are the people you knew when you died, and you continue to create a believable storyline for them; others are people you encountered, but do not clearly remember, that you insert into your ethereal existence to continue to have new experiences: which are simply past experiences rearranged to seem fresh. Occasionally, your subconscious mind uses something that isn't buried quite deep enough; and you have an uneasy feeling that you have met the person before, or that this exact event occurred in your past; but you quickly dismiss this as deja vu.
And the Author of this is just an Illusion?
I understand what this " Theory " is stipulating, but its old.
Every man's world picture is and always remains a construct of his mind, and cannot be proved to have any other existence. Erwin Schrodinger.
Its only when one begins to realize that we construct the world in " us ", and not the world constructing " Us "