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A very interesting post, Jared.

and the 'gap' between the causal world and that of effect, is to my mind best explained by Castaneda/Don Juan's concept of the 'assemblage point'.

If you are not familiar with this, it suggests that the world as we collectively experience it is determined by a specific point in our energy bodies that aligns the energy fields of the world at large, into the specific forms that we collectively recognise and agree upon.

It goes on to suggest however that with certain techniques we can learn to alter the position of our 'assemblage points' and create or enter entirely new worlds.

The concept of the assemblage point- which can move unintentionally- also explains such varied phenomena as dreams, and most types of so-called mental illness.

cheers,

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