REALITY IS IMAGINATION

“Everything is determined, the beginning as well as the end, by forces over which we have no control…we all dance to a mysterious tune, intoned in the distance by an invisible piper.” ~ Albert Einstein

It is rather easy to understand that our “self image” is only an extension of our imagination…. but interestingly we accept our self image as our primary identity…along with our “make believe” personal story which includes past memories and future goals.

Science now believes our brain imagines what we perceive in the environment, and they conclude we do not really know what exist beyond our own body…and also that our perception of space and time are only more inventions of our imagination.

It is easier to understand “reality is an illusion” when instead it is stated reality is imagination…many persons have described the personal self or ego as an illusion… Buddhist believe life is a dream and awakening is the spiritual experience…Hinduism describes the world as Maya illusion.

The importance of these spiritual insights can bring about the awakening from our dream like state with the realization we are only dreaming…although the dream continues, it is seen as only a dream and no more real than our night time dreams.

Shocking as it may seem, we could really be nothing more than imagination or a dream pretending to be a person…and there is no one nor anything but imagination..

Intuitive feelings have the important role of giving directions to our imagination…although it all originate on a subconscious level, our conscious mind naively believes it is totally in control of the situation.

Intuitive imagination is an important experience in childhood and we all nostalgically can remember this golden stage of life….but we tend to believe the child and adult are separate stages of life….however the special qualities and gifts of intuitive imagination can continue throughout life when having the importance it deserves..

“The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.” ~ Albert Einstein