I haven't read all the posts in this topic, just wanted to add my opinion that I'd love to see something more in-depth about subjective reality. I've got some contentions with your definition of it -- at least, the one you gave when you originally wrote it. For example, I don't believe anything can manifest if there are more powerful intentions conflicting with it. This tends to prevent people from flying around and so on, as those kind of intentions would violate the intentions of those who wish to live in a 'stable' world, not knowing or believing about anything supernatural.
It would be good to see some more extended writing on subjective reality, perhaps then I can resolve a few of the things I've been thinking about. It's a topic that really can't be covered in just a few articles. It's also an area that I'm somewhat ambivalent about, in that I believe in it, but not to the extent that one human being can overcome the intentions of others (or their own conflicting intentions, if you look on a larger scale where everyone is just part of a whole) and manifest literally anything.