I've been looking into Subjective Reality as well, and have listened to Steve's podcast on that topic a few times, trying to grasp it. What I find interesting is the amorphous description of "God", basically as someone who was lonely and wanted to create friends so He made us, and by doing the right things, eventually we will be led back to him. This is almsot exactly what I was taught growing up about the Christian God. Now going over this forum, I don't really see the same underlying beliefs of Christianity, there is much open-mindedness and acceptance here for example, but frankly, it's the same story just in more metaphysical clothing, from my perspective. It seems to boil down to us being the toys of a higher consciousness, created for its amusement.
Sometimes when I think of LOA it gives me a sense of personal power, a sense of responsibility. And I have experienced weird things that have led me to not believe in coincidence so much anymore, and it seems to me IM really does work.
When I became an atheist a few years back, part of it was because I was tired of the message from my family and Christianity that I belonged to a higher being and that I was here to please that being and if I did, I would go to heaven. I liked the idea that I wasn't going anywhere when I died, it focused me on the present moment.
Anyway, all these analogies, like it's a multi or single player game, you want to interact with all the different tv screens so you have to multiply yourself to experience them all, are very interesting and help to comprehend it much more, but again, I don't see how it's different from being one of God's creations, sent here for the explicit perpose of bringing him joy, pleasing him... basically we as humans are toys. I don't feel empowered when I think of this, but when I think of IM or LOA, I do.
And if subjective reality is real, can I not change this?