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Will reality and fantasy always be two completely different things?

Author : P

Submitted : 2018-02-24 00:04:38    Popularity:     

Tags: reality  fantasy  completely  

No. They never have been Not only different, but also opposite most of the times !! Reality and fantasy are two different worlds but exist on

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No. They never have been

Not only different, but also opposite most of the times !!

Reality and fantasy are two different worlds but exist on this same earth. Fantasies turn into real by human intelligence. This human intelligence is obtained from invisible elements or spirits and these invisible elements help to turn the fantasy into real. It is in a proper order. Dealing directly with the fantasy world may collapse the order/system and cause problems. It may end like aliens taking over the world in science fiction movies. It's already happening because of me. But I am not responsible for that. It's all started to happen before everything come to my knowledge. For more than 32 years I was unaware of this situation. If you know me you can understand.

God wants to say something through me and I am writing in yahoo answers what I get through some good spirits. God was and is creating spirits to improve the intelligence of the human beings and develop the world.

Spirits are separate elements. A human being is not a single spirit. A human being during his/her life time is living with many spirits which have joined one by one since birth. They are knowledge, skills, feelings, emotions, interests and everything. Even thoughts are not your own. For example, when you want to take a decision on a subject, one after another the spirits think and you just listen, choose or reject the ideas which they transmit to your mind through your brain in the form of thoughts. Brain is just a media to connect the spirits to your mind. A mind is just a computer's mind. After the destruction of a computer completely you will not get it's mind. The same is the case with the human beings. Soul is nothing but an energy needed for the functionality of a body. It is not a spirit or anything else. A human being is just a robot made of flesh and bones and a toy of the spirits for their games.

Of course.

How would I know?

Only in your mind, perhaps. The ghost in the machine exists for many of us.

We are trying our best to make the reality fantastic – wonderful gadgets and devices, toys for the grown children, pleasant cityscapes, rockets to fly us high and the tunnels to fairy us through under the oceans. This is clear that all the past efforts to make the fantastic real, to bring angel in our midst, for instance, have been placed to the backburners. We used to be better dreamers and fantasy lovers in the past, however terribly superstitious we also were.

The physical reality we have to build on now, however, can take just so much of our dreaming. Until the time we come up with some way to build on what we see as fantastic, inventing new realities, we are stuck with what we have – Alice is not going into the rabbit hole any sooner than for sometimes to come, and neither will Icarus take to the skies long as there are rockets and aeroplanes to burn his wax in.

It is possible in the future that the human mind will develop such capabilities whereby what we have as the reality now has become quite fantastic, or what we regard as a mere fantasy, has been actually realised. This all depends on the mind, that way the mind is has developed so far. It is the mind alone, in the big wide world, and nothing else, that is the reason for such divisions to come in our experience. The natural life, without the mediation of an aware and critical mind, is quite simplistically monotonous and uniform, without any such divisions in its elaborate expanse.

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There, therefore, are no such divisions in the world. The natural world is not a patchwork of what we see as reality and fantasy. The line of demarcation between what is seen as the reality and what fantasy, even in the mind, remains blurry. And since, this situation is an attribute exclusively of the mind, it is, therefore, the mind itself, that eventually has the way to deal with it.

The mind has its rationality, where it is logical and reasonable. The mind is also highly imaginative, whereby it has its fantastic visions. The mind cannot be either purely rational or purely fantastic; It must be both at once to be what it is. If the mind becomes imbalanced, if for instance, if it gets caught up in the intricacies of labyrinthine logic, i.e. if it becomes too logical, it cannot get out of the riddles of even the simplistic of matters. In order for the mind to function properly, it needs to think ‘out of the box’, think laterally. If the mind, on the other hand, becomes overwhelmed by fantastic visions, it becomes whimsical and illusory.

No I think we are getting very close to confusing the two.

that depends on you ...............................

Usually one is outside your head and one is inside your head, invented and biased by your brain, so they are usually different, but it depends on the scenario and the semantics of language as to what actual definition you are using.



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