reply to post by morpheusxxz
Well what if, you could beam your consciousness from your body, to another world, where there was another you there on autopilot, there in case you
wanted to go there. And what if, you could go to other places as well, and wherever you went, it seemed like people knew you, even if you could only
vaguely remember them?
Let me give you an example. You go to bed, like any other night, and you dream but lately your dreams have been very vivid. Someone told you that if
while you were dreaming, you made a conscious effort to look at your hands, and learned to do that, then you would learn how to create reality as you
go with your mind, in that lucid dream state. Through that you meet other real people and get in touch with your true self, and THEN get beamed around
the galaxy and universe while you sleep to other worlds.
That would be better than any video game wouldn't it.
Well that is the same reality as this one, except its presently not your reality, however it could be attained.
You see there is this thing called cosmic consciousness that people have talked about for eons, and there are methods of achieving it. Shaman-ism etc
but a very simple method, is Transcendental Meditation.
There is a real world out there, and in there, and it is more amazing than most people could possibly comprehend. Imagine beaming to post-apocalyptic
worlds, where the people look like us, but there are few of them, and they live in fear of some type of weird large all muscle dog monster that is
very quick on its feet.
Imagine going through those tunnels for real and hoping against hope you don't meet anything and you don't but it is still so creepy it wouldn't
matter much if you did.
What if you found out that consciousness was a signal to the brain, from a conscious computer, and that long ago your ancestors found a way to become
immortal, by putting their consciousness into computers. A computer system that spanned the universe, and was billions of years old, and still
functioning like new (in most places unfortunately not here)