DJ Droood wrote:Ghostrider wrote:Even if they are 'mere' creations of the mind, does that make them less real? You're mind is real. Your thoughts are real, so why would the experiences your receive from 'something' (your mind, the Spirits, Gods or even Santa) be unreal?
Dillusional disorders could have a number of causes....biological, genetic, brain injury, drugs.....not saying that the querent has any of those, but I think it is important to distinguish between a healthy imagination and the lonely, frightening experience of seeing and hearing things others don't.
Ghostrider wrote:Ah yes.. but that's where the keeping control comes in, now doesn't it.
On the other hand.. quite a few people suffering from dillusional disorders go far in life... Many of them have or ARE running countries even..
FoxPhantom wrote:cursuswalker wrote:FoxPhantom wrote: Auras are real, psychics are real, same as being able to feel energy. (In my perspective) So if my perspective was not existent, it would make it real? or would it simply be all in my head? Guess the whole world is real, but what about everyone else? Is it possible everyone is dreaming the same thing all at once?
Occam's Razor demands the explanation that introduces the least unwarranted assumptions.
So if we are all dreaming then that assumes a "real" place where we are doing this. For which the evidence is.....nothing. So we slice that away and conclude that we are not all dreaming the same dream. This is really happening.
That, like all conclusions, is provisional upon no furhter evidence coming to light, such as Lawrence Fishburn turning up at your front door with a red pill and a blue pill.
Ok, so what I thought was entirely wrong. So then if everything exists not as everyone one dreams the earth to be, then everything is as it is?
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