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Re: planes of reality

Posted by Tabitha on July 22, 2016, at 13:57:39

In reply to planes of reality, posted by rjlockhart37 on July 21, 2016, at 21:53:26

> i've been having vivid dreams, and i don't know how to explain it, its like a diffrent plane of reality.....i know dreams obviously go other places through the imagination, but some of the dreams i've been having are so specific, there's no way my random imagination would create these story lines

Dreams and other hallucinatory states illustrate that the brain is perfectly capable of creating elaborate fully detailed reality simulations.

> it's like the mind creates diffrent reality feelings in a a person wakes up and goes to work, and see's reality as day by day, but iwth this abilitiy to feel your in another relm

Yes, waking life is another dream, it's just more tethered to actual sensory input instead of free-running based on memory and imagination

..... this is how artists and people writing books can do this, getting into another plane of reality above the average day to day life.....

Yes, very insightful. Fiction writers must have easier access to the reality-simulation generator. My brain doesn't work that way. I can write all day long but never fictional worlds.

Same with visual artists, I think they just access the visual image generator more easily. I used to be able to do all kinds of drawings sort of automatically. It doesn't happen any more.

Do you do creative stuff? Write, draw, music, etc?




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