Originally Posted by Apopohis Reject
Hey Rajones, I don't know how it is for anyone else here, but here's my story of the moment ...
Right now it feels like I'm right at the cutting edge of a brand new way of seeing and relating to reality. I mean it is like we are discovering the universe for the first time - because man's perception has never previously been able to recognise it. As such, I am struggling continually to hold back the natural, normal, subjective way of seeing things to give myself a fighting chance to make the switchover - which hasn't happened as yet.
It is all quite frustrating for me and as well a little scary, but at the same time - exceedingly exciting.
So to answer your question in the most honest way I can - I think I might know what you're getting at, but so far, I'm no more or less sure about all that than I am about what I've been trying to explore. Further, as of around 4 hours ago, I've been running on severe sleep deprivation and overload, so I can't rightly say your observation is any more or less valid than mine, and I can't rightly say I feel confident to even attempt any such evaluation right now.
Not so conclusive I know, yet I hope that sufficiently explains it. And please if you will, try a second time to explain your post with a slightly different wording, and afford me another run at it.
hmm i am in a very similar situation, except i seem to be doing the opposite, as in fully embracing the subjective viewpoint. i feel this is a bolder and riskier way of going about things, but i find that the rewards are worth it. rewards like finding that switchover a bit faster.
to explain my post better:
The stronger I believe my reality to totally subjective, the more meaningful it becomes.
I listen to a song, believing reality objective.
I hear: some person, singing about something.
I feel: typical music euphoria.
But listening, believing reality subjective:
I hear: God, singing revelations to me.
I feel: strong euphoria, sense of peace.
to me, this can only mean 1 thing.