Model of Consciousness as Creator of Reality
I was talking to an old friend recently about various paranormal experiences I’ve had while meditating, such as seeing the future — and not in an abstract way. As in, I actually saw a scene in total clarity then it happened a few hours later.
He replied that he does not rule anything out, and wrote up two ghost stories for me, one that had happened to his wife, and the other to a co-worker. I will not reprint them here because I do not want you focusing on ghosts or anything terrifying because, as I’m about to explain, you literally create what you focus on.
What I suggest as an overall model of reality is that consciousness creates reality. So what you consciously want, comes true (conscious will). What you believe (unconscious will), comes true. That is why I will not focus any of my thoughts on ghost stories, because they will become part of my reality. The idea “trickles down” into the belief system. Conscious thought can be seen as the tip of the iceberg, with all the belief system below the waterline feeding experience up into conscious awareness. At the same time, consciously focusing on something can send it down beneath the waterline to become part of your belief system.
So here is how I explain why what we believe doesn’t just come true immediately, or in a way whereby everyone can see it: competing consciousnesses.
If I say “yes” and you say “no”: It’s not true in consensus reality – but still has the potential to be true inside the individual, and outside the individual if nobody’s looking.
If I say “yes” and you say “yes”: It’s true, clear as day (groupthink/consensus reality/”science” where enough people agree/”religion” where enough people agree).
If I say “yes” and you say nothing (because you either abstain, ignore, you’re not looking, or it’s not within your awareness yet) then it comes true.
This is how the Illuminati (and their other names) enact their will — people aren’t aware so they can’t say “no”.
It’s also how much of science has come about — e.g. only 40 people are searching for the Higgs boson (saying “yes” to its creation), no one else in the entire world gives a shit about it (nobody’s saying “no”), and so one day it magically appears.
However, this is also the source of the ghost my friend’s wife saw in the story. The brief version is that they stayed in a hotel and she woke up several times to see an old woman in the room staring at her. She could not wake my friend; he would not wake up. And the woman stayed there for hours. If my friend had woken up and seen nothing (saying “no”, because it’s not in his belief system), first the ghost would have disappeared (for her), then doubts would have been cast in her memory. Her experience would retroactively have been partially edited/negated. This is typically how paranormal sightings are “debunked”. He would have made up a rationalization for what she saw: “It was just a nightmare. I didn’t see anything!” and this would partially have filtered down into her belief system (to varying degrees depending on how “robust” her belief system was). This is why ghost stories (and other paranormal experiences) almost exclusively happen to people who are alone.
Perhaps children’s imaginations are literally “real”, and we just “debunk” them later into non-existence?
If I say “no” and you say “no”, obviously nothing happens.
If I say “no” and you don’t say anything: It gets erased from reality. Again, this is how old myths etc. get erased or “debunked”. Revisionist history.
“Time” as we conceive of it does not exist. So I can say “no” to anything that happened in the “past” and, provided no other consciousness is around to argue, it gets erased. Why? Because it only ever existed in the moment anyway (within consciousness, where time does not exist).
If I say “no” and you and a friend both say “yes”, it comes true anyway (tyranny of the majority is a key part of how all this stuff works).
How did I come up with all this? I got really drunk one night, woke up the next day, and had written out a three-page Word document detailing it all. True story. I’ve found the document and am tidying it up now to post hopefully tomorrow. It’s called A Story of Creation and basically explains anything that’s ever happened, to anyone, ever.