jus a question of interest.. how does that affect our present universe(or reality)?
Well, If the statistical predictions of the microcosm quantum theory are true, why parallel universes should be inconceivable in larger realities?
Human consciousness and the physical world at any level cannot be regarded as distinct, separate entities.. What we call reality, our external world is shaped - to some extent - like the subatomic universe. We cannot separate our own existence from that of the other universes. We are intimately associated not only with the Earth we inhabit, but with the farthest reaches of the macrocosm and the microcosm, outside and inside!
Thus, from a mental/spiritual point, our consciousness could be given the analogy of accessing parallel dimensional worlds..In Freud’s view our UNCONSCIOUSNESS is a sort of parallel psychological universe where our CONSCIOUSNESS activities have access. Freud assert that consciousness contains illicit desires, memories and thoughts from our unconsciousness without being aware of it! These desire, memories, thoughts slip back and forth openly in our aware consciousness. This behavior of alternance of our consciousness to unconsciousness is akin to all the mechanism of all the subatomic participles that travel like waves but arrive as particle...
The double-slit experiment suggests that light can be both a wave and a particle at the same time, like our conscious simultaneously varies form fully alert to insubstantial consciousness. Perhaps, hypnosis, trance, dream or psychedelic drugs allow our psyche to travel to parallel fields or universes…?
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