posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 05:18 PM
The limit of the mind, is a self-imposed limit. Think about the mind as a massive quantum computer, and it is rendering a view for the the observer
which is us as we perceive ourselves.
When we close our eyes, we can see a blank screen and on that blank screen there is a canvas of our mind.
On that canvas we can start to imagine our thoughts, faint images and ideas will start to appear ghost like at first.
As we relax, this canvas starts to become more bright, more colorful and we can project more and more information onto it.
We start to give the canvas dimensionality, and these thoughts can project into dreams, and advance structures of organized thoughts.
Within all of this, our mind exists within a singularity, yet we are producing a vision of thought that now has spacial, and temporal qualities.
Where does it end, we can now step into this canvas and walk in a park. Sit by the sea side and watch the ocean surf crash upon the waves.
None of it existing other then in our own mind, all of it a dream we created. A dream merely representing thoughts and ideas constructed by our own
The limit then, is only the limit we impose.