Memory VS Reality

Soul Finder (@Inthebalance) 6 years, 7 months ago

Reality seems to be structured by intense, unchanging physical principles with the capability of cause & effect, but is it really?

Each event seems to remember itself, if you put a comb on a counter, it will still be there when you come back, and it expresses a rational reason for it’s existence, the rationalization being you have put the comb on the counter, regardless of if that really occurred. What if the comb had materialized spontaneously, and in order to rationalize it, your mind invents the memory of you purchasing it then placing it on a counter, even though it did not happen, and that comb never even existed before the moment you saw it. Our memory and reality could be constantly changing, in order for it to make sense, of course we would naturally rationalize our surroundings, as we have done in even the most bizzar of dreams, where even the most insane of things, we didn’t suspect as anything but “normal.” Perhaps all our memories have never occurred, and we are simply making up memories of our lives to rationalize the world around us as well as our own existence. Even every choice we make could never actually happen and may end up being something entirely different, to perhaps an unlimited variant, which maybe we experience many and settle on whichever we end up experiencing/remembering, forgetting entirely every other “trial’, although even the outcome itself could be subject to change eventually. Maybe nothing is truly stable, uniform, and unchanging, no action, event, or memory. In this way our entire lives could be a library of events that have never actually occurred or existed, only we assume their existence through false memory and perception. 

April 16, 2015 at 7:27 pm
JayHendrix (0) (@JayHendrix) 6 years, 7 months ago ago

I sort of believe that every person on the planet is the same person living out all the iterations of possibilities on planet earth. Honestly the universe is probably a big science project for some being in the ether.

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Soul Finder (60) (@Inthebalance) 6 years, 7 months ago ago

Allan Watts had a similiar theory, you should check this video out (the real you: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mMRrCYPxD0I ) If this theory is true, perhaps we have so many variations of our selves with their own personal background to their understanding in order for us to be able to interact with and be able to experience every kind of variant of ourself from every variable perspective. I wonder if it is true we do so all at once but are only able to focus on the moment of one lifetime at a time. Is it possible to switch at will or retain memory? Some psychic practice a skill called “distant viewing” which sounds similar to what this might look like. Interesting…

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Soul Finder (60) (@Inthebalance) 6 years, 7 months ago ago

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