Posts Tagged ‘subjective reality’

Re calibrating reality

Whether reality is actually fixed or we generate it as we go ( see previous posts on the matter subjective objective and ultimate reality), is always an interesting debate. We do tend to presume, to cope with everyday life, that it is fixed and unchanging and things are usually as we expect them to be. The really interesting thing though is when we actually catch reality out. When things are not as they “should” be. Usually our brain compensates for this, but not always.

I have explained before how I experienced a time loop. I had a 15 minute repeat some time ago. The latest anomaly happened the other day. The dashboard on my car had altered. I was very pleased with an automatic headlight button. I always used it, particularly in dusk or dull situations.

I went to switch it on the other day and it had simply gone. Am I going bonkers? Had I imagined it? I knew neither was true.

So had my reality just re calibrated itself with a minor error?

What do you think?

Subjective reality 2

The interesting thing about subjective reality is that not only do we perceive our realities differently, due to the variation in our sense organs and the way our individual brains organize information, but that actually our consciousness may be affecting the matter that makes up our universe on an individual basis. Obviously generally we believe we are inhabiting the same universe as everyone else, probably that is true or we could not function.

Slight variations in individual realities are certainly possible though. The mechanism is quantum mechanics. This is the study of the small discrete particles of vibrating energy that make up the fundamental particles or which we, and all of creation is made. These are governed by laws which, unlike conventional physics, show an unpredictable, interlinked but random world.

There is a particular rule that applies here. That is : Individual sub-atomic particles have seemingly endless possibilities of form and position in time and space. Anything that is possible is happening somewhere, all of the time. At the moment of transformation between one state and another,they instantaneously take on every possible path. Each particle only settles on one, though, when observed or measured. The simple act of observing [changes in] what you see give us an input into creating our reality.

So, our reality is dependent on our observation of it and may be more individual than we think. Stunning !!!!!!