posted on Nov, 11 2013 @ 08:32 PM
reply to post by Blue Shift
dang, that was a very concise way of summing of the true nature of space-time travel and I like that wording! This is where I feel that the true
limitation of our current technology is actually its complexity and our progress has been in spite of that tendency to not "reduce our fractions"
and simplify any given system and making it optimally rational (and of course the conspiracy pushes the idea that our technology "just isn't complex
the more complex the system is, the more that needs to be maintained in equilibrium.. and I think any urban area is a demonstration of the slow
erosion of pseudo-order that our cities are "supposed" to be, but are anything but..
I believe it was Alan Watts who said something to the extent that "since our bodies and surroundings are the product of everything that has come
before us, one could say that we are dealing with the oldest, most highly-developed technology available, but we've come to take it for granted" and
I'm pretty sure this is absolutely true..!
In fact, I think the process you described with rendering surroundings in accordance with Will (imagination and focus) is happening continuously in
our everyday lives and it is just because we have learned to see a mundane world that we find ourselves IN one..
at least until we don't.
and that's where you hear of many different people, ranging from astronauts to farmers, having experiences of an unexplainable unknown realm of
awareness that defies explanation.. this is because words are the shackles that have kept us from experiencing these realms until we are accidentally
open to this access to the "open-source code" aspect of the universe and for a short moment (or perhaps occasionally there are those who prolong
this state at will..) and travel when/where they please
in theory that is..
still workin' on doing this reliably in practice