Immersion into the Human Experience

Reality is not what you think. You have become immersed into the experience of being human within a very deep information driven experiential reality system. This immersion is so rooted and strong that to break free from it is no easy task for any individual. The good news, you are now reading an article that will not only show you that the reality you exist in is not physical rather an information driven experience, but provide some insights on how to break free and start to overcome the profound psychological impact of being locked into immersion so deep that it becomes all that you know.

To break out of immersion, we need to tackle what keeps you locked in and expose the true nature of reality which hides in plain sight. The first item is turning the belief that you exist in a physical reality where time and space are believed to be fundamental properties

Here are 10 reasons why your reality is not physical.

  1. The Measurement Problem.

  2. Time/Space are not fundamental

  3. Error Correction Code in String Theory

  4. The Cosmic Ray Test.

  5. Bell Inequality Violation

  6. Entropy of Entanglement

  7. Retrocausality

    • This is fun one. Future events influence the past. Future measurements on a particle can affect the particle in the past. Known as weak measurements this started with lasers where the experiment showed they measured the laser firing in the past before it was fired in the future. This experiment expands on that discovery.https://phys.org/news/2017-07-physicists-retrocausal-quantum-theory-future.html
  8. Doubling down on Schrödinger’s Cat

  9. The Quantum Drum

  10. Information Processing in Living Systems.

    • Nature has evolved through information processing in living systems. Every organism that exists lives in a subjectively observed view of reality. This means it takes in sensory information and processes the information into a sensory approximation of observed reality. The end result is the organism never observes the external world, only the rendered output of sensory information processing. The reality it experiences is virtual derived from the final product of information processing both within large cellular groups or within the individual cells microtubules.https://www.researchgate.net/publication/17007109_Information_processing_in_microtubulesThe human brain even functions like a digital computer.

      https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2006/10/061005222628.htm

These are only 10 of many reasons why our reality is not physical. The criteria for physical matter to behave as solid particles is measurement. When matter is not measurement it only exists as a probability distribution known as a wave.

Why is measurement crucial for reality to exist? This all comes down to the laws of Information Conservation. If matter/time/space are not fundamental to reality, then what is? Information is fundamental. Matter/time/space are all properties derived from information and information processing becoming the final product of a rendered reality. Reality is information, and what describes the properties of reality is merely a complex set of rules and information.

Breaking out of immersion isn’t as easy as realizing that information drives the experience of reality. That is just one step in the right direction to a broader understanding. Let’s dig even deeper then these scientific discoveries.

Virtualization in Living Systems

What is Virtualization? This is the act of creating a virtual (rather than actual) version of something. Right now, your mind is virtualizing reality through a very evolved process of information processing and sensory perception. It’s very easy to prove that you are virtualizing reality as you read this text. Just close your eyes to continue reading.

What we percieve as reality stems from a collection of information gathering and inputs through five physical senses which requires interpretation by the brain. The brain takes sensory information, processes that information and outputs your perception of reality. This output is a virtualization of external sensory observations. A rendering of the mind. The end result of cellular information processing. A rendering. It is this output that produces an interface in which you navigate in the external world.

What is the interface? Why is it important and why should you care? Without it, you could not function in the observed world. Imagine all your senses completely shut down and then try to drive to work. Not going to happen. Without it, you can’t function in this world so it is a vital part of what you are. And it is not limited to humans as all living systems evolved using information processing based on sensory constraints by which to interface with the observed world.

Although much simpler than a human, a single celled amoeba also has a sensory apparatus that uses chemotaxis. The amoeba also has the ability to process sensory stimuli and has it’s own interface by which it navigates towards food and changes in its climate. The single cell is a highly evolved information processing system. Nature has evolved the ability to process information because it is a requirement of survival. Without it, life simply cannot function. Information processing in living systems is fundamental and has evolved with survival in mind.

We share our reality with a massive dichotomy of other life forms where through their own unique sensory processes have a completely different interpretation of reality than humans. Not every lifeform has the privilege of seeing color. Even human sensory limits do not see every range of color available. A bee sees on the ultraviolet spectrum and flowers have evolved in such a way that patterns only visible in the ultraviolet are available to insects. To a human, we had no idea they existed until we developed technology that allowed us to interpret ultraviolet information.

Mantis Shrimp have up to 16 photoreceptors and can see ultraviolet, visible and polarized light. Humans only have 3 photoreceptors. It’s not hard to imagine that how a mantis shrimp sees the external world is vastly different than how a human perceives it. The sensory constraints found in a wide range of diversity stems from evolutionary adaptation and the success of survival for any species. The effect however paints a completely different interpretation of reality and these differences are not limited from species to species, even in Humans there are differences in perception which means not every human perceives reality the exact same way as other humans. Take color blindness as the most obvious example. A person with colorblindness will percieve subtle differences in their interface.

What is important is that all life use sensory inputs and information processing to survive. It is this mechanic of life that paints the experience of reality and each lifeform virtualizes reality in the form of an interface to survive.

More important and fundamental is the fact that all life requires information to interpret and process. In an information driven experiential reality system the mandate of virtualiation cannot be ignored as it is why we succeed in our ability to surive and exist.

There is more than just the success of information processing and sensory adaptation at work. Memory through experience is also vital. Without memory, you might forget that fire burns and risk future mishaps. Memory also factors into perception which is noted in human perception exercises where the limits of our vision are often compensated by the brain filling in the gaps using past experience. Memory is also vital to overcoming immersion because once we arrive at our destination in understanding this idea, it will be amnesia which you will have to address but we are not there yet, make a note that amnesia is all that stands between you and the immersion you are facing.

A few more points on virtualization and interfaces to cover to better prepare you for the deeper layers that reside in our experiential reality. If we look at the basics of a perception we have sensory inputs, an information processor and the screen for the output. Unlike a computer that has a monitor or tv by which to output the final rendered product of information processing, life has done something far more extraordinary. We don’t have a computer screen inside of our head. Instead, the mind simulates the screen as all the regions of the brain required to process sensory information are distributed within a 3D cellular matrix.

Take space for example. Our perception of space is similar to a computer that virtualizes 3D space using a 3D Cartesian formula using an X/Y/Z axis. What we perceive as space is the end result of visual information processing. It is an approximation of space that is no different than the space you would see if you would wear a Virtual Reality headset. Slap on a VR and look at how it simulates space. The space you see in a VR is no different than the space you see in objective reality. Both are rendered approximations of space simulated by virtualization in the brain. All of that space doesn’t exist inside the brain so why does it overlay and seem to encompass such great distances if it’s all in your head?

This is part of the interface and how the mind has evolved the ability to process information. The mind produces a virtualization of space and projects an overlay to approximate the space as perceived by sensory constraints. We never see true space as we have only ever observed the approximation of space through virtualiation. And this is true for everything that you perceive. It is all an approximation and interpretation of information gathered by limited senses.

We know color is subjective and limited to visual perception and easy to understand when you factor in other organisms like the Mantis shrimp. We know colorblindness means differences in visual perception between humans. What you see as color is also an approximation. Taste, touch, smell and hearing all approximations and different between humans and greater diversity by other lifeforms.

The interface to reality that your mind is producing isn’t limited to just approximating space, it encompass everything in the experience. Full immersion. Even your thoughts, emotions and self-awareness are infused into this interface. It is everything that you experience yourself and reality to be, unified into a run-time experience.

It is entirely virtual. The product of information processing in living systems. Even your sense of self-awareness and consciousness are constrained within this interface. Get a knock on the head, go unconscious and it all shuts down into darkness.

The Subjective Paradox

No two humans experience reality the same way. We have similar experiences but the truth is everyone experiences reality subjectively and has different interpretations of the data describing the world they exist in. From differences in sensory limits to memories derived from personal experience. How we experience reality is entirely subjective and like a snowflake is unique from person to person, lifeform to lifeform. This is the Subjective Paradox. You might like to think everyone experiences reality the same way you do and that the world is objective but the truth is reality is far more subjective than objective when it comes to how we experience it.

It is not just sensory differences and memories based on past experiences that induce these subjective qualities. Even the virtualization of reality is just a vehicle of subjectivity but what we know (or think we know) play into this enigma of immersion.

It would be nice to think it’s all very simple. There is a planet called Earth, there are other lifeforms all competing for survival. You are a human, you need to eat, breath and have shelter to survive and reproduce. You’ll get old, you’ll die and that’s it. End of experience.

It’s never that easy. Reality is far more evolved and complex than what we know through our experience within this locality. We suffer from immersion into an experiential reality system and now that I’ve covered the fact reality is not physical, it is information and you are evolved to interpret information, render that information into a virtualization of reality and through all of this have an experience we can finally get into what really is going on.

Localized Belief-Systems

Your immersion into this experiential reality system wouldn’t be complete without localized belief-systems. This is the real hard problem for most people because it comes with the biggest price and impact on your immersion and what keeps you locked in. Yet it is the part that so many cling on to regardless of evidence that suggests otherwise and is not limited to religion, social, political and scientific ideas. It’s the problem, not the solution but naturally comes from what one would expect if they simply didn’t know and had to fill that knowledge gap with an idea that seems rational, logical or even irrational.

At the start of this article, we looked at how physical reality is actually not physical rather information. Sure you might disagree because everything you have learned and believed up to this point suggests that it is physical. But what is physical? The atoms that make it physical don’t exist until measured or observed. That doesn’t sound very physical to me. A particle can be in two locations in space at the same time? A solid physical particle can’t do that. Something is wrong here. An incorrect belief is at play so let’s address it. Physical is an idea, localized to our current scientific and cultural moors. It is a belief-system. It is actually an archaic concept no less ridiculous than the idea the world is flat.

The idea that the world was flat was the scientific norm of the day back for many ancient cultures and to suggest otherwise would be heresy. Well, heresy is the norm when you want to break free of any belief-system in search of a grander more accurate truth. If you are not a truth seeker, and I mean a genuine truth seeker then beliefs are your koolaid and drink heavy as so many do. But if you are sincere in breaking through the immersion, you have to take anything you read, learned, believed in this locality and question it. If you gained that knowledge in this locality, chances are it is a localized belief-system. Even our modern day cosmology and scientific beliefs should be scrutinized and questioned because knowledge gaps are often always filled with theory and speculation.

Ask yourself. Can an entire civilization of humans be wrong about something? If the answer is yes what makes you think that even today our current cultural standing even with all of our scientific endeavors are absolutely correct. If I would grade our current paradigm, it is far better than previous ones such as flat earth beliefs. There is a genuine push for scientific understanding that has allowed us to advanced quickly to understand how the world works. Can’t ignore 150 years of technological advancement as being in the wrong direction. The problem is our current paradigm believes in materialism yet as you see with the above advances in quantum experiments materialism is dead. The shedding of an old paradigm is often met with resistance as humans love their beliefs and hate being wrong about anything. Our egos have a very hard time accepting one could be so duped to believe in something that seemed so real and accurate to find it was actually just another belief-system.

How many belief-systems do you see at play in our global community? Would you agree that belief-systems run rampant throughout our civilization from our ancient cultures to our modern times? That a belief could hinder or stop the progress of truth? That it could be used to manipulate and control people? Do you think you’ve somehow escaped the enigma of localized belief-systems? The odds are stacked against your favor, you’ve probably drank a few different brands of koolaid in your journey. We are all guilty of it, largely because it can be forced on us culturally.

If I told you that you live in a world where Man seeks to control Man through any means necessary and many of the belief-systems which arose stem from this simple observation? That the power of an idea can enslave entire civilizations. You might think that mind control isn’t real or you are unaffected by it, yet our entire planet is saturated in various forms of mind control some more glaring than others.

The Paradigm is Shifting

Thanks to the evidence emerging in the experiments listed at the start of this article. Physicists, Mathematicians and intellectually inclined people are starting to look at the idea that we live in a Virtual Reality. That life is some type of simulation. Digital Physics, Simulation Theory and Virtualism is starting to emerge as new theories to address this idea that reality is information. And that atoms are rendered by some type of simulator.

This means that information is being generated by something like a computer. This idea will lead many to believe that the computer could be like our man made equivalent. Ideas that we could be in some cosmic video game on some advanced Alien computer and there must be a computer and programmer to seek. Which is very very unlikely that we are living in the simulation on some other physical computer in some more advanced Alien civilization. The answer is much more compelling and personal than that.

What else do we know that has the ability to act like a computer and simulate reality? We already know that living systems possess this ability so let’s start there and look at another glaring phenomena that we all possess. Dreams.

Dream Simulation Theory

Do you possess the ability to simulate a reality as vivid and detailed as the waking world without objective information to observe and process? You would be lying to yourself if you said no. Dreams are another example of virtualism in living systems where information is being processed to output an experience.

A dream is something generated by your subconscious mind. It takes a lot of processing power to generate a second of dreams. Let’s compare 1 frame of dream content to 1 frame of 3D generated graphics that we see in movies like Pixar’s “Toy Story”. A single frame of a popular 3D movie took a full day to render. It took months for the 3D modellers to push vectors and edges to create a complex triangular mesh to describe the 3D objects in the world. It took weeks for people to rig the mesh so it could behave as an animated character. Several artists would spend weeks designing the UVM bitmaps to color the 3D mesh objects so when the rendering farm finally put everything together, the final product would be a vivid 3D image.

Your ability to dream does all this instantly and at run-time. The resolution and fidelity of a single frame of dream content is better, crisper more detailed than any CGI rendered creation. Think about this ability to generate at run-time a dream so real that you may think you are in reality until you wake up.

Nature has evolved the perfect virtual reality simulator. It’s called dreaming. All it takes is consciousness to play. You are the virtual reality simulator, you are the dreamer. If you alone possess the ability to produce such vivid experience as effortless as breathing in the form of a dream, imagine if a larger more unified dreaming mind was at work. Could a unified collective field of dreaming intelligence simulate the waking world?

Would there be any evidence of this if true? What if there is evidence and you already have experience with dreams and their relationship with reality? Let’s stop and examine Déjà Vu (already seen). Have you ever had Déjà Vu where you linked the familiarity to something you dreamed of in the past? Did you ever question, did I dream this? If you can honestly answer yes, you are not alone. Déjà Vu linked to past dreams is known as Déjà Rêve. Many people have this experience and you may be one of those people.

Déjà Rêve, the new Déjà Vu

Here is a link to a recent Reddit post that hit front page and likely had millions of views. The article is on Déjà Rêve and if you read the comments, over a thousand people suddenly realized that they don’t experience Déjà vu, that what they are experiencing is Déjà Rêve. This is a great example of how the wrong word, the wrong language fails to describe the correct experience. This is why Déjà Rêve is the term we need to use when we know the source of the Déjà is a past dream.

https://www.reddit.com/r/todayilearned/comments/7hgsjv/til_of_the_concept_of_Déjà_reve_Déjà_reve_is_the/

The article they linked is from CNN and By Sandee LaMotte. LaMotte cites and study where 86% of the college students surveyed report reliving events they remember from past dreams. Look at the comments on the Reddit post and you are seeing the same validation. More importantly look at your own Déjà Rêve experiences.

I’ve written extensive articles on Déjà Rêve over the years. Have talked about this phenomena since 1998. Here is a paper I wrote called, “The Theory of Precognitive DreamsDownload which covers this experience in depth, it’s free so just download the PDF and enjoy.

Here are some of the comments from the Reddit thread

  • I actually get this quite a bit. Sometimes I’ll pause for a second after noticing one thing and notice several others that feel eerily similar. It’s slowed down as I’ve gotten older but I’ll still feel the hairs on my arms stand up as this happens.

  • I actually thought this is exactly what Déjà vu was. Every time I get “Déjà vu” it’s never literally the feeling that I’ve experienced something before, it’s always the (really eerie) feeling that I’ve dreamt the scenario, sometimes years ago.

  • Holy crap, I always thought if I tried to explain this feeling that people would think I’m nuts. I used to experience it more as a kid but it’s still weird as hell whenever it happens these days.

Edit: I should probably actually describe it. When I was a kid and it happened, if I tried to picture what would be the “memory” of what I’d seen to trigger Déjà Rêve, it would be like I was picturing it in my mind in sepia. It’s hard to explain, and sounds a bit silly now that I’m typing it, but it’s like seeing everything twice – once as I experienced it, and again in my head slightly delayed, like my memory was powered by an old-timey reel projector. I also had it happen mostly when I was at school. I just sort of knew these were from dreams at the time though I couldn’t tell you why – intuition maybe?

I experience it far less as an adult, and in a slightly different way. For starters the sequence of familiar events are longer, and far more specific. It feels more like Déjà vu, I guess, because it doesn’t “replay” in my head the same way. It’s more like things will happen, and as they happen it clicks that I’ve seen exactly that before, and straight after that last thing, whatever it was! It gets to a point where I almost feel lile I could remember what happens next – and then the whole feeling suddenly stops.

So, yeah – that’s my little story, I suppose.

You are not the only one. When I was younger I used to experience this phenomena all the time. It was really unsettling at times. I tried to explain it once to a friend and he looked at me like I was nuts.

It still happens to me at times to date (25y old now) but not nearly as much as back in the day.

 


  • Literally the exact same situation for me. My best friend thought I was crazy when we were 9 or so cause I was getting freaked out that I had psychic abilities that I couldn’t control and showed me visions of menial events.

  • I still get these sometimes, and I like to imagine that I’m making pivotal life-changing choices however meaningless they seem.

  • Same here, sometimes things just “line up” in a way that takes me back to some dream I had years ago – positioning of things, colors, mood, lighting, whatever. Never the same exact thing, but so close I feel like I can reach back into the past and touch it.

  • This is kind of blowing my mind that everyone doesn’t experience this… I always assumed this happened to everyone and no one talks about it.

  • Oh wow, I experience this same thing quite often. It’s nice to finally be able to put a name to it.

  • Same here, it happens to me all the time and I always thought it was Déjà vue

  • Happens to me a few times a year. I’ve come to realize that it signifies my life is progressing as it should. I find it reassuring now instead of creepy like it did at first. If the frequency drops off I usually expect bad news in the next month or so.

 

This isn’t the only time people have responded about their own personal experience with past dreams as the source of their future experiences. I’ve had a youtube video on this topic that has seen far less views than this Reddit post but the comments are the same

Here is the link to the Youtube Video: Ian Wilson discussing Precognitive Dreams, Déjà Vu and Déjà Rêve

These are some of the comments in response to the video


  • I am going to be 64 this month. I have had precognitive dreams my whole life, but have kept it to myself except for a few people I have told. I have been lucid many times in these dreams and I am so glad to have you explain what you feel is Déjà Vu. It really makes sense to me now that I have certainly dreamed about the experience I am having and am now aware of it. I like the idea that we have choice in how the outcome can turn out. I dreamed about the Loma Pireta Earthquake before it happened. I dreamed a dream about Andy kaufman, the comedian, doing a comedy routine on TV, and two days later sitting in my living room with my husband Andy’s routine came on T.V. I had told my husband about the routine the morning after having the dream and how funny it was and described it in detail, so when it came on T.V. he turned to me and said,” Did you see this in an advertisement?” I said, “Absolutely not.” I have had so many of these types of dreams, I have learned that people think your crazy or wanting attention so I just keep quiet. I am just glad to have you educate me more about what I have been experiencing all my life. Thank You

  • What I’m trying to say is thank you for showing that I’m not crazy

  • I’ve had countless precognitive dreams. More frequent when I was younger. Now my dreams are usually lucid. Weird scenarios and I’m always aware I’m dreaming but I go with the flow. If I wake up, I go back to sleep and pick up where I’ve left off. It tends to be easier to lucid dream the more you wake up and fall asleep again.

  • See, I always thought what I was experiencing was Déjà vu, because the few times it’s happened I’ve always known I’ve dreamt it. I thought that was Déjà vu until I literally just came across the term Déjà Rêve. it’s never been anything important, just my field of view (that book was there, I was sat in this exact position, I went to pick up something etc.) I cannot remember the ones that happened ages ago but a few weeks/a month ago I was putting my makeup on in my boyfriends bathroom mirror and I looked down to the shelf and everything was in the exact same position on the shelf, my hand was there, the light was coming from the same place. and I never remember the dream until the situation has happened and I always get the feeling I’ve had the dream a long time ago. it’s really freaky because I am very skeptical about things like this but I know that it’s happened.

  • Thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you!!!!! I have had literal precognition at least a dozen times and this has helped so much. Those moments when you realize you are in a moment you have dreamed before and say to yourself, “Should I say what I said in the dream? Should I say something different?”. Most of the time I tell the people around me about what is occurring to me; I will look to my friends or family and tell them, “I have dreamed this before, including the dialogue”. I figure it couldn’t hurt to tell the truth instead of keeping it all in my internal dimension : ) Once again thank you so very much for this. It isn’t easy experiencing something that has been said to be impossible and not even exist!

Still not convinced? Are you in the group of people never had this experience? Why are you not having these experiences? Maybe you have but rationalized it away, refused to accept it. I’ve had deep debates with skeptics only to have private PM’s where they confided in me that they did have the experience but it invoked fear and they don’t like to “go there”. Is it because “science” claims it’s impossible? Maybe you’ve read all the arguments against it?

Coincidence, Law of Large Numbers, Confirmation-Bias and the list goes on. Since when are arguments facts? How can you claim with certainty that these arguments are valid yet the thousands and thousands of people who have it are lying. If you dive into the research, the body of evidence this goes far beyond some wishful thinking rather a genuine part of human experience. My Theory of Precognitive Dreams paper covers the history and provides examples of other evidence.

This experience is not something you believe in. It is something you can genuinely have. It is there to help you see that there is something more going on in your relationship with the world you live in. More importantly, it is Revealing this covert relationship between dreams and reality as being one and the same.

What if I told you, you are living a dream that lasts a lifetime? After everything you have read here, and perhaps already hinted at by your own Déjà Rêve experiences that dreams are the programming language of experiential reality, and consciousness is the computer?

The idea that reality may be a type of dream is not new knowledge. All though out human history individuals have come to this realization. Here is a paper that covers that history by Timothy Conway entitled, “This Is All A Dream [PDF]

Can an entire Universe be simulated by this ability of consciousness to produce very complex dream simulations in a unified field of awareness? If you look at a game called “No Man’s Sky” which is a procedurally generated game where you explore virtual space. The game has over 16 Quintilian planets to explore. It generates the Universe using procedural programming. An entire simulated Universe using nothing more than complex mathematics and programming. The processing power to run the simulation is just one CPU.

You have trillions of CPU’s in the form of neurons and they simulate reality and dream reality. You have more than enough processing power to simulate reality and have had this your whole life. Combine you with a unified field of consciousness and the end result is plenty of processing power to create, simulate and experience a dream that lasts a lifetime. You are a reality rendering farm. Even more important, you are a dreamer.

Do you lucid dream? Have you ever given your dreams any interest or exploration? Did you know that you can be as awake and aware as you are right now in a dream during sleep. If you never had this experience, you’ll never know what you are missing out on. The Déjà Rêve experiences that happen can also be experienced through lucid dreaming. If you train yourself to be conscious during sleep and move into this precognitive content. You will expand the experience bringing you analytical, logical and waking self into this creative process.

My first lucid precognitive dream took place when I was 17, and am now 45. That dream set in stone for me with very clear and undeniable evidence that dreams are the programming language of reality. It took 11 years before I started to change lucid precognitive dream content. Want to know what happened next? Those changes came true. I hacked the dream thus hacked reality. Simply to answer my own questions regarding the relationship between dreams and reality. This relationship to me is not from belief, but from years of exploration, experimentation and experience.

Precognitive dreams also saved my life by helping me avoid a car accident. Had I not had that dream, I would not have been able to act in advance to prevent this potentially fatal fate. I am able to write deeply about this experience not because I believe it, not because I read it in a book rather because it is how I experience reality. And I am not alone.

So what is really going on? What is reality, why is it rendered and why do dreams play a role?

To really understand how reality emerged from dreams we need to move past the idea that it is physical and start to look at information, how information is fundamental and how the observer or you the dreamer is participating in this experience in deep immersion

In cosmology we have the big bang. An idea that reality emerged from a singularity and expanded into the Universe. If you look at the Universe more than just Earth exists and the level of information that describes it is far greater than a game like No Man’s sky. The one missing ingredient of cosmology is awareness. The missing ingredient is awareness.

The singularity is and was self-aware. It used thought as a form of recursive feedback that formed patterns which yielded experience. This singularity of the self (you/me/everything) evolved these patterns and through them evolved itself. The dreams which emerged as these thoughts became the framework to build an experience for itself/us. It evolved with the ability to think in the language which dreams, your dreams are an example of. The resolution, fidelity and continuity of these thoughts became the programming language of experiential existence.

This immersion into these new dreams, new patterns of experience became the drive behind creating a system by which it could immerse itself into many parts to fullfill roles further expanding the potential for new patterns of experience. You are one of those parts of this singularity and highly-organized thoughts in the form of dreams are the language by which you are communicating with this larger, universal awareness system.

This singularity is what many religions call God, but if I could remove the idea of God and replace it more accurately with the term “self”. It is the self that evolved into many parts for the purpose of experience. To make the experience more deep and intense it developed rules centered around immersion. Let a part of itself have deep immersive experience by which to learn, evolve and further the evolution of experience.

It has achieved this through advanced language where a part communicates with this larger whole. It is this language which produces the datastream of information that you are rendering right now. It is what is providing you the experience of the self immersed into the experience of being human as a simulated dream with rules, continuity and persistence.

It is better to look at this relationship as an individualized part of a universal unified field of awareness. From this perspective, the larger system is the computer acting like the server and you are the client which is being sent a highly-organized datastream of thought where you create an interface rendering this thought into your experience. The action you take in your interface affects change based on the rule-set. This provides feedback in the data which this larger system tracks and updates all relevant parts of itself relative to your locality. The other participants have those changes updated into their datastream which provides objectivity and a shared experience that is relative to this locality

A precognitive dream is part of a creative process with this larger system. When you are in this pre-reality processing this larger system is presenting the datastream of probability that represents future events relative and specific to your experience. It is here that have this dream unaware of all these hidden processes and retain some memory of that creative process. Thanks to the immersion you may or may not have any memory. When this thought packet is ready to actualize in the future. You now engage this precognitive dream content as a current event as part of the recursive feedback.

You are not seeing the future rather engaged in the creative run-time process which is organizing data as part of a probability calculation as part of your experience. This larger system handles the vector of time/space which this event represents and slots it into the future event you have participated in.

It is this creative process, this communication your have using thought as the programming language with this larger system which produces deja reve. At this focus state, if you were to be conscious and lucid during this pre-reality processing you will see that the interface present as a dream is 100% entirely composed of the higher-order thought process that creates dreams in the first place. A precognitive dream is exactly that. A dream. When it renders in the future it is still that dream. The relationship between dreams and reality is exposed in this relationship.

This is why you are living a dream that lasts a lifetime in deep immersion for the purpose of experiencing what it is like to be human. Reality is entirely designed for the sole purpose of experience with this larger unified field of awareness that represents what some call the Universal Self.

How you came to be here to participate in this experience is also locked away thanks to the immersion required to have this experience. You existed before becoming human. Many people through out history have memory of past-lives. People have non-physical experiences such as out-of-body experiences or near death experiences. These experiences again are present for the purpose of helping you remember that you are more than human. That human is a state of being you are having, but what you are is far greater, far more evolved than you can possibly imagine

The good news, these pre-life memories are simply set aside for the moment. A very brief moment in time. And when you desire it and want to remember there is a process where you can start to remember. This process is simply an act of coming out of the immersion created by the rules that describe human experience. It is all there waiting for you to simply remember. What stops you from remembering is the fact every localized belief you have acts as a distraction. This system is designed that you need to do the work to move forward into a larger spectrum of your evolving self.

Why it comes through a process of remembering is because you, not anyone else has to crawl out from this intense dream to see, know and understand that you are more than human. That you are a very evolved intelligence capable of simulating reality using highly-organized thought as the programming language. You are simply experiencing limitation for a brief moment. Seeing infinity through a pin-hole of constrained consciousness.

This is also why events like consciousness during sleep, lucid dreaming, out-of-body experiences are central to exposing you to a larger reality system. They are experiences that cannot be taught through belief rather experienced to be known. No one can do your homework. I can tell you that you can be conscious during sleep, that in that time you can begin to remember through accessing more memory locked in amnesia. That dreams are the programming language of reality. Absolutely meaningless for me to tell you if you yourself cannot have that experience. Think of it as homework and the test is you answering all the questions for yourself through first-person experience.

The key to everything is consciousness and the place to be conscious the most is when you sleep. Being conscious during sleep is the first step in breaking through immersion because it provides a new focus state where you can be self-realized and self-aware. It is in this focus state that you can now access information that the immersion of being awake blocks and filters out.

Learning to be conscious during sleep is not a big deal. It’s easy. Just attention focusing. What makes it difficult is this system’s clever design to keep this concept hidden away in moors of belief and skepticism. There is absolutely no interest or desire from an academician, religious, political or social perspective to teach you to be conscious during sleep.

Sure, lots of other schools of knowledge like playing a piano. Lots of support for learning about chemistry or physics. When was the last time your school had a conscious during sleep class where it taught you the skills you need to be simply conscious in this focus state? Where has dreams been anything but treated like a joke or taboo yet every lifeform dreams. Or when there is academic papers the majority are calling it noise or just nonsense of the mind. The one thing you need to do and almost no support, knowledge or training for you to do it. You are a dreamer experiencing what it is like to be human. Time to learn about this part of yourself.

This skill should not be ignored. You are missing out on an opportunity to extend yourself into another focus state that permits self-awareness and provides new experiences. I’ve been lucid dreaming for 30 years. I dream from the moment I go to sleep until I wake up. Having from 6-8 hours of dream experience many of which are lucid. I’ve gained almost a decade of dream experience, and of that at least 4 years of extra conscious experience. My free e-book covers time in dreams and how to extend yourself into more experience.

So interested yet in exploring your potential? Want to see it to believe it? If the key is to be conscious during sleep, then let’s start there and look at what you can do to participate in this experience and move into an extraordinary relationship with a larger you and know that you are in a dream that lasts a lifetime.

Here is my quick start guide to lucid dreaming. Progressive Guide to Lucid Dreaming

Here is my free e-book entitled, “You Are Dreaming

And the Theory of Precognitive Dreams

Happy truth seeking.

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Buddhist Monks have been appearing in my dreams recently here is the latest.

Lately, I have been having some dreams with Buddhist Monks appearing as characters.  I don’t always have the luxury with time to write my dreams down but woke up early enough to transcribe tonight’s dream.

Before the Monk appears, I am doing all this work on a server through a linux terminal and was having problems with parsing a file using a command called awk.  The problem wasn’t the syntax, I had the code down pat rather it was the fact it was a dream and basically didn’t resolve the command properly but was great to be able to read and program.  Those who say you can’t read in a dream might be because they never developed the skill properly.  I’ve read entire books.  Reading for me is common.

When I left the computer I see this Buddhist Monk standing by a large window looking outwards towards a city.  There is a large channel with boats floating on the water.  It’s night-time so the city looks lively with lights shining through windows.  The realism of the dream was such that one would think it was reality again a quality of dreaming that has always inspired me to pursue this alternative reality experience of the night.

I know I am dreaming and now seeing yet another Buddhist Monk in my dreams having had other dreams nights prior the theme is by now apparent and I walk over to him.  He is wearing robes, his head shaven and like all the other Monks I have been meeting he is Asian.  I tell him, “So it is all a dream eh?” (yeah I’m Canadian).

He looks at me surprised, and to make it a little more challenging his English is not very good.  “What do you mean?” he asks.

“I saw you standing in my Dream and thought it would be nice to talk about dreaming with you.” I tell him.

“You mean this is a dream?” he asks.

“Yes, it is indeed a dream.  But the dream doesn’t stop here, I wanted to talk about all reality being a large unified dream.  Even the physical world is a type of dream world.” I tell him.

“I don’t know about that.” He replies.

“Really?  You don’t think the physical world is could also be a type of dream similar to the one we are having right now?”  I ask.

“How do you know this is a dream?” he asks and we sit down to talk.

“That’s easy for me, I usually always know I am dreaming.” I tell him, and I pet the soft cloth of the couch arm I am now sitting on.  “Sure, it has a quality of realism that makes it difficult to realize but all of what I am seeing to me is highly-organized thought.  This couch, the patterns, the texture certainly feels real but I know what makes it real is the underlying thought that programs the dream.”

He looks at my hand patting the arm rest.  He seems confused and uncertain but interested.  “How could the physical world also be a dream?” he asks.

“Like this dream, it is also composed of the same thought that is creating this setting.  It has evolved over time  in such a way to create a type of deep immersion where the dream becomes masked with continuity and persistency but the underlying mechanics that drives it is a unified field of consciousness using this type of dreaming as a highly evolved programming language.” I tell him.

I’m not sure if he really understands my metaphors and again seems very uncertain and confused.

“Look closely.” I tell him as he is still looking at the arm rest.  I cause the textured pattern on the arm rest to start to animate and it reveals the hypnagogic mesh.  “See, the underlying texture of this couch is all geometric fractal information.  This is what produces space within the dream.  It is like a computer graphic in many respects.  Hypnagogic fractals are part of the meshing system.”

His eyes widen in shock watching this change happen.  “How are you doing this?” he asks.

“Easy, this is a dream.  Very easy to change or influence.” I reply.

His eyes start to flicker and he goes into a blank state processing and processing.  I have his attention now but then he fades out.  The effect was interesting because his head expanded perhaps the dreams way of saying mind blown.

I was kind of bummed that he left because I wanted to pick his brain more but he didn’t really seem to offer much in the same tangent of conversation that I was aiming for.  I spent the remainder of the dream playing with some very friendly and loving animals who enjoyed being petted.

Not sure why all of a sudden there is this Buddhist theme in my dreams, each time I’ve been kind of schooling the monks on the nature of dream reality and its relationship to the larger universal dream we are having.