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But what are the spheres in that image? The ones labeled "Solar World", "Dark World", [Illegible], "Paradise", "Light of Majesty"? They don't seem to correspond with the Sefirah.it's just another variant of the first pic i posted. it's called the tree of the souls or the tree of life like the others, it represents the soul as it grows and becomes big enough to touch the majesty of light (the top sphere). i think i came across the picture on tumblr or godlike productions
Of the videos, the one on astral projection interested me the most, though I have absolutely no experience with it (nor hardly even of lucid dreaming, which the video equates with astral projection/out-of-body experiences, though A separates them). What I'm confused on is how this is distinguished from dreaming (lucid or not), i.e. creating images in our mind that may or may not correspond with external reality. The example given in the video, seeing your friend in Sweden wearing blue jeans and eating cookies, seems a bit far-fetched (but, I suppose, effective if you can confirm it).Despite it being antithetical to many-- if not all--of my beliefs, I begrudgingly admit some belief in astral projection because of personal experiences. I don't believe I can convince anyone rationally on the matter and I'd never seek to, it just is. Could just be some sort of delusion.
And it is very, very sick.
How do we tell the difference between quantum mechanics and quantum mysticism? Or is there a difference?▽;6088661 said:This quantum mysticism is shear intellectual laziness that shouldn't be taken serious.
I know this already but I was also referring to dimension in reference to psychological consciousness not only the mathematical/physical representation. My mistake for not differentiating the two
hasn't the science community been able to prove or at least derive some parts of this? I wholeheartedly welcome opposing views what implied that I didn't ? If it's the thread title I just put that up there for shits and giggles.