People can be induced into a tightly contained solipsistic delusion rather easily. Basically they believe their memories are real. There is a difference between creating your reality and creating your “think-ality”.
We perceive that we live in a single world, but there is no single world. No world is a closed system and none can exist independently of the whole multiverse.
We think of other universes as existing somehow removed from our own. In one theory, even in a far removed region of space. This is mistaken. Any particle of matter is far more than a simple object, and at the most fundamental level is not an object at all, but a tendency of energy, a pure potential existence.
So even within the space of your own body and brain there is not a singular individual, but an infinite array of possible being states. Each cell being capable of assuming any of its possible states under the right conditions and all conforming to an overarching rule; coherence, resonance or harmony.
No single thing exists. Everything exists as a point of relationship in a larger pattern like a point of view but as an atom or cell. Every atom is a point of view held not by a single observer, but by all observers across the entire multiverse.
You may believe that you have never existed in any other universe than the one you perceive yourself to exist in now and according to conventional thinking, things that occur in this universe occur pretty much accidentally. There are big holes and gaps in their perception largely because of their beliefs or proscribed patterns of observation. This is the significance of belief. Belief matters because perception matters. It doesn’t matter if your perception is accurate, it will behave and lead you to behave in the defined way regardless of its so called objective validity. There are some things that appear very strange in a world view that defines everything by a concrete and objective criteria. If objective reality had so much factual significance then why would things be so mutable?
Let’s take forgetting for instance. Why would the brain be so prone to losing meaningful amounts of its memory if everything were so concrete, mechanical, and cause / effect driven?
The brain is slowing ageing and falling apart.
It has to erase memories or we would get overrun by them. Like the way you feel sensation long after it happens. I think we might get overwhelmed if our memories didn’t fade.
Your physical existence is only a tendency to exist, and there is no concrete evidence that there is some substrate of memory that has to be managed in order to optimize function. We do not know how much memory the brain can retain, or even if it actually retains memory at all.
Perhaps we should explore the meaning behind memory then come back to the main thread of infinite universes. What do you think?
Sure, will we talk about consciousness? Yes.
Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.