> What benefit can there be from a practice that
> deals with aspects of thought and imagination
> which have zero basis in reality? That is, surely,
> to encourage belief in fantasy as fact not fiction
> and to intend to delude those watching to believe
> something for which, so far, zero objective
> evidence exists.
Susan, could you define your usage of the word "aspect", in determiming the basic function of thought and imagination?
I find that fractional separation of the mind into categories of real and unreal are rather difficult compromises of the whole brain/body experience that we humans actually consider as fundamentally actual, rather than fractional. The thought and imagination occur as our evolutionary legacy. There is no precedence for that kind of fractured mind; UNLESS ONE HAS A DEFECTIVE BRAIN. That, I know personally. But I only see a WHOLE brain within the parameters of natural reality.
An "aspect" I do not see.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 17-Jan-19 20:42 by Itatw70s.