Just a question. What if our minds work nothing like this? What if we're just building a box around our understanding, and by believing in this box we create it using the rules of Subjective Reality.
For example, what if I proposed that our minds work differently. Let's take Steve's lighting issue as an example. Supposedly the "problem" is created, which is that he's moved into a house with bad lighting and he has to use his mind to "solve the problem". However, if we throw SR into the picture, why is there bad lighting in this place in the first place? Why didn't Steve just create a house that already came with good lighting? According to SR, he creates everything so he obviously created bad lighting too.
So, why would he do such a thing? Well, because maybe he needed to write an article for his blog and needed an example for a problem to illustrate, so he "created" bad lighting in his house. But the bad lighting was there when he moved in, which was before he started writing the article. Not necessarily. According to SR, the house could have had good lighting, then Steve needed a "problem" to solve, so now the house has bad lighting and his memories of the past (which doesn't really exist) change to match his new reality so now he think that the house always had bad lighting.
Therefore, the solution to the problem is not about finding a way to get bigger lightbulbs into a 40Watts maximum power rating socket. The solution to the problem is to figure out WHY your mind created the problem in the first place and eliminate the need for you to want to create that problem. Once you do that, and you no longer need the problem to exist, it will "disappear" out of your life.
Anyway, just some crazy thoughts I thought about while reading the article.