In my last article, I said I was looking into Deliberate Creation. I did not last long. I listened to the book “Ask and it is Given” by Abraham a few times, with the intention of experimenting, but I have lost interest in it. I like the wisdom of choosing my best-feeling thought of the thoughts which are available to me right now. That makes sense.
I’m going back to delving into the idea of physical reality. More like the absence of it. Is physical reality physical? It’s real of course; that is, it is consistent and persistent. But it would feel that way even it was not physical. So is it? Is there an objective reality out there?
At this point, I am see that it could go either way. All I can see are my perceptions. Whether my senses are sensing something real or not, I don’t know yet. My intuition says it’s not real.
I’ve read Jed Mckenna’s “Theory of Everything.” It’s good but there isn’t anything in it which helps me look at this. I am reading Goran Buckland’s “Refuting External Reality.” (http://www.uncoveringlife.com/enlightenment-what-it-is/). It’s short (36 pages) but heady–it will take a few readings to get my mind around it. Goran’s key point is: There’s no objective reality – there’s only experiencing.