posted on Jun, 17 2013 @ 03:51 PM
Originally posted by The Cusp
Shared dreaming does not occur in a shared dream space. Each dreamer creates their own individual dream, yet it is still shared. Like if you get
multiple people to draw the same landscape, telling them where to draw what. They can all draw a tree in the same place, but they will all be
different trees, each drawn a little differently according to the individual's style. Actually it's according to how the individual's archetypes are
Reality happens in much the same way. While we all assume there is a constant shared reality, all we ever experience is how our minds interpret that
reality. Shared reality is nothing more than a Venn Diagram where our common archetypes overlap.
Smart post. Reality is so simple it escapes most of us. I believe the key is to throw out the assumptions, and proceed. Few people get to the first
part, and those who do often get stuck there, making endless youtube videos about how reality actually resides as an information entity in our minds,
but never exploring the ramifications of that.
The key ramification is that when - in two different places, the same event occurs - its just as valid to say the same thing was in two places at the
same time. (True words sound muddled. If you program, just understand that the universe/matrix uses DRY programming principles) There is no
substantial difference between two scientists logically concluding the same idea at the same time, and one singular idea appearing in two places
simultaneously, thus making them one place, putting the scientists in the same "place" in a multidimensional dream/reality space. Of course they have
slightly different views.
edit on 17-6-2013 by tridentblue because: (no reason given)
edit on 17-6-2013 by tridentblue
because: I believe added.