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|Quote (stevestory @ June 12 2019,08:14)|
William J Murray June 12, 2019 at 9:07 am
DaveS: My need for glasses (or eyes, for that matter) is ultimately a matter of psychological structure. My intent would be to better my vision. The structure of my psychology searches through the associated information and represents “how to get better vision” as models predicting methods of acquiring the goal. The process is played out in my physical experience however my psychology dictates. For others it might play out as getting surgery, acupuncture, doing eye exercises, taking supplements and some special diet, praying, meditating, or a combination of those things if they want to accomplish it without going the more common route.
All physical methods are manifestations of psychological processes, which is why people can have enormous variances of methodology to achieve the same results. It’s not the physical process that is essential – which is why we have miraculous, spontaneous cures for some and not others, why placebos work for some and not others, why some methods work for Jim and not Joe.
I don’t need glasses in other experiential states – like, when I’m dreaming, visualizing, or visiting other physically consistent frameworks. There are cases of people that have been completely blind since birth but can see perfectly during NDEs or OOBEs.
UD is having its own NDE.
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