I am not at all sure that humans can percieve the objective reality (if there is one).
It is entirely possible that this is a dream; or that we are creating our experience (which makes it not objective, but subject to the thoughts,
desires, fears and ideas of the experiencer).
I don't think humans can, although animals are surprisingly able to, believe it or not. That is because I've gotten close to perceiving the objective
reality in the past, and in doing so, made best friends with certain animals of the wild and domestic type - at the same time, I was unable to
communicate with humans easily.
I even made friends with a squirrel at my college campus one time, who would come visit my dorm (the whole dorm) by going in and out open windows.
Animals make a lot more sense than humans, but the truth is, they seem skittish because they know humans are crazy and unpredictable.
The way to see the objective reality is to strip oneself of duality - which means values - good or bad - and replace that with cause and effect, trust
me, this is the way.
The way -
Eastern. Opposite of The Truth
, Western. And I don't think you'll find a better, to-the-point guide out there than that above
So I'll give you an example. When I was aware of the objective reality, my relationship with my cats improved. My cat Max would communicate with me
through body language and tonal language -
it was very easy to tell what he wanted to say because body language involves things like pointing, looking, etc. - which Max did - and tonal language
involves using high tones for creative ideas and lower tones for actions.
Between the two, all communication can be made. So when I spoke, I would say English, but I would make it tonal and Max could understand.
So I'm talking about stuff like Max coming into my room and pointing out areas of my room he wanted me to clean, places he wanted to sit but where
there was junk in the way. He would also come into my room at night to sleep, and then when he needed to be let out, stand politely in front of the
door and meow.
Max was a very polite cat. My other cat, Elmer, would get into my work area (like on my laptop) because he was clumsy and I had to explain to him that
it got in my way. Max observed this. The one time he had to cross my laptop for a legitimate reason, he stood next to the left side, and politely
So there's the way, the objective reality, the cause and the effect, the alpha and the omega.
A lot of meditation and channeling is accessing our subconscious, I believe, stripped of all of the B.S. that we adhere to to function as a society,
in order to find pure ways to solve problems using cause and effect. A lot of functioning in society actually has to do with hating people, or judging
people or things in order to make quick decisions incorrectly.
I used to strive to be in this state at all times, the state where I was 100% aware of my surroundings and objective reality, but I couldn't do it and
function in society, I don't even think it is a possibility.
So instead, I enter it around 1-2 hours a night in order to visualize ways to correct my thought processes and deal with issues I'm currently
experiencing or experience daily.
It is very important. Because having incorrect ideas hinders progress.
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