Normal comprehension is normative thought. It’s a virtual reality at best.
Perhaps something a little more grounded in personal experience. How many places do you ever visit in your dreams?
Ah, I seem to go to the same places over and over. A cycle, even when the events seem inconsistent, the geography isn’t. Don’t you think that is maybe a bit weird?
It does seem to have significance. What do you think may be the cause?
I am beginning to believe they are actually real places I keep returning to in some other realm. Well, other realm in a sense, yes. In one sense, that is true, but they do link to places you have been in your normal waking life.
Each place we visit has a deeper geography than is evident to our visual perception, even touch doesn’t tell us much more. Yet the shape of these places is still consistent. Ever notice it seems like some places just can’t have some kinds of events happen in them? But visit a place that seems to be of the same category as the other to your normal thinking, and the event matrix doesn’t hold up, doesn’t match. Like maybe you can meet new people in your local mom and pop coffee shop, but never in a Starbucks? If that is coincidence, why would it persist?
Yes. Some places just seem to be cursed when trying to accomplish something.
Energy flows like water, and just like water has a cycle, energy does also, and it takes up different patterns in different places for the same reason waters behavior changes from place to place, stagnant in some places, rapid in others. In some places, time just seems to fly by, and whole days can seem to happen in hours. In other places, an hour can seem like a week. Is that really just psychological predisposition? If it is, then why do people so often arrive at a consensus opinion about that place and how it affects them?
The energy flows quicker in those spots? Yes, and the geography can change in individual places as well.
Is the flow of the energy affected by human activities? Just like some event might dam a river, humanity is sort of like the fish in the water. They can affect the water and the location the water is in, but because of their nature they are partially constrained by their need for the water. They can’t leave it.
Like if you watch TV in a certain room too much, then it becomes hard to do anything else in that room? Yes.
If we were to map the invisible territory that corresponds to every inch of physical space, we would be able to identify large features, sort of like mountain ranges, and small features as well, like the occasional but recurrent mud puddle. So some cycles seem to be vast and world defining, but others seem small, are fragile, mutable.
Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.