If you think you are a collapsed star, I have news for you...
YOU'VE BEEN HOOD-WINKED!
Absolute Reality is the Singularity/Constant and anything apart from the Singularity/Constant is Virtual Reality dependent on perception. The Perceiver is the Experiencer, not the perceived or experienced.
The body the Perceiver is in is a Virtual Reality Simulator taking in computer code that the original XBox (brain) represents dimensionally which conditions:
1. spacial distance
2. linear time
3. motion of objects
Everything we experience in life can be reduced to electrical activity stimulating our brains as our sensory organs deliver information about the external world. This interpretation is what we consider to be "reality." In this sense, the brain is reality. Everything you see, hear, feel, taste and smell is an interpretation of what's outside, and created entirely inside your head. We tend to believe that this interpretation matches very closely to the external world. Nothing could be further from the truth.
It is the brain that "sees", and in some important ways what it sees does not reflect the information it derives from sensory input. For this reason, we are all living in our own reality simulations - abstractions - that we construct as a result of both what we perceive with our senses and how our brains modify this perception. Such things as color, smell and taste, for example are not properties of the outside world itself, but rather a category created by the process of perception. In order to experience the world in a meaningful way, the brain must act as a filter/interference between us and the "real" world.
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