Originally Posted by joelr
So yes there are more levels of reality and such but it is still fact that consciousness/thought creates the physical.
This raises other questions I am pondering.
Do you think only consciousness creates the physical? What about natural forces/chemical reacions like nuclear fusion/fission - do you think they can create physical objects too?
If consciousness creates thoughts, which in turn are the vehicle or agent for creating physical reality as we know it, is that reality contained within consciousness or without? This is the area I was addressing earlier, concerning SR and objective reality.
If everything is contained within consciousness, then there is nothing outside of it, because there is no outside. I wonder if that is the case.
Do all physical objects only exist when you are observing them, i.e. you instantly create them within consciousness from basic wave forms (SR)? And, do they cease to exist when you stop observing them, i.e. they return to their fundamental wave form?
If I begin to observe a basic wave form, how do I know what I want it to become? If I see something for the very first time, like a rare bird (or any object), for example, how did I know that I wanted to create that particular object from a basic wave form, when I had no prior knowledge or awareness of it?
If I 'see' a bird right in front of me with 6 heads and 12 wings, which no one else can see, is it real? Am I creating it within consciousness from basic wave forms to form a physical object? Or, is it time to throw in the towel and head for the funny farm? I don't know.