Originally posted by Kruel
Nice diagram. ^^
Speaking of dreams, how do conventional theories explain how dreams seem to anticipate external sounds and integrate them into the dream? It's as if
the dream knows that the sound is going to happen before it actually does.
I'll say it it one more time: our sub/unconscious doesn't experience time in a linear fashion like our conscious minds do.
Dreaming is a process of thinking. We would almost have to break it down into a form of "Quantum Reality Rendering Software".
A dream reflects instantly its rendered output based on how our dreaming consciousness organizes and projects the dream. This of course exists in
"no time" as you say.
Time is a product of the observation of change, and really does not exist in certain compartments of conscious experience. Time is only measured by
our linear consciousness, and as you say, other parts of us observe the complete time line from another observation point.
If we break down what our consciousness is, and it is compartmentalized into a multitude of aspects, then we can see as we see in everything modeled
in the Universe, something that appears complete, but is composed of many, many parts.
The Gnostics may have had it right with their observation of the EIDOLON (What we are as the linear consciousness, the ego, the physical body), and
the DAЇMON (The part of us which is the god like universal mind, the true self, our total consciousness).
Anthony Peake has some very interesting views on the Gnostic relationship between human self and the true self.
If we are just a part, and from what I understand, a very small part of our true consciousness, then we are limited in our perception of our total
self, we only see aspects of it from time to time.
It is this Daimon or total consciousness which observes all time and no time at once. It is the quantum perfection balanced in total synchronicity
with all of its parts.
And as the Eildolon, we explore both reality and our dreams confined as that representation of our self that we identify with who we think we are.
I think we are wise to not only break down reality into molecules, atoms and weak and strong gravitational forces, but also break it down into units
Understand that it's all consciousness intertwined an appearing as energy. Holographic Theory is becoming more relevant, and if we take Metranon's
Cube, which is geometric perfection in my opinion.
We see the basis for not only how a holographic universe works, but how we work, how dimensionality works as everything from a geometrical perspective
works within the most harmonious geometric forms.
Why physicists are observing this emerging hollographic universe, is because they are observing the true nature of reality, the true thought which
organized it, and made it what it is today.
There is a clear and distinct relationship between dreams, and reality.
And dreams are a created phenomena. And if dreams at some point come true, then this area where the dream suddenly becomes our reality is confirming
a holographic universe.
I personally like to call it a Dreaming Universe, as I feel that most accurately describes what the Universe is, and what it is doing.
You had a diagram in another thread where you explain time as it ripples out. It is precisely like that.
Imagine an organized dream that we participate in as a quantum packet, and it starts to move into a state of synchronicity with linear time, until
that moment where that linear time becomes realized and we observe the dream as becoming our reality.
What we are observing is exactly as it appears to be. A dream.
I am not sure if String Theory describes it, but I can imagine it being like this.
Our dream is like gamma rays within the Electromagnetic Spectrum, and as they begin to slow down, and transform into other slower wave forms like
x-rays, UV and finally visual light.
The dream already exists in this spectrum at a higher vibrational state of thought, and it is only a matter of when it becomes vibrationally in sync
with the visual part of the spectrum that we finally realize it, and observe it here in our reality.
I like this diagram as it also hints at the Bohmian IMAX which in itself is another interesting theory on how we perceive reality.
[edit on 19-4-2009 by YouAreDreaming]