Can you quote any science where it shows there is a limit to the human imagination?Quote
SD: Why, if such 'beings' actually existed outside of the human imagination, do they need a human to take DMT to produce them?
DK: I don’t believe the human taking DMT produces them, but I do believe the human taking DMT gives them licence (on a one-to-one basis) to profoundly interact with the user in a manner that is beyond the users imaginative capacity.
the clear implication in your words here is that you do believe *they* exist, so why is there no independent detection of *them*?
Okay, but were you expecting *them*? I would find it hard to accept that you had never even thought of the idea!Quote
SD: The subsequent question would be: why do you want to believe they do exist?
DK: ‘Wanting to believe’ is inaccurate context. Wanting to understand the nature of my own being and what nature has hidden from our limited band of perception is more accurate, from my perspective.
I accept that, but as I have no reading vision at all, it is hard to listen and try to remember what has been said in such things. Could you please, in a few sentences, indicate the main points?Quote
Hope you take time to read the linked paper. It’s really very good.
Thank you for responding to and answering my questions.
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