Can you quote any science where it shows there is a limit to the human imagination?
I cannot, though I can suspect general limitations may exist, but only virtue of where humankind is presently at in a very long evolutionary journey.
the clear implication in your words here is that you do believe *they* exist, so why is there no independent detection of *them*?
Based on my experiences with DMT, I do believe non-physical beings exist, but if by detection you mean scientifically detectable (and measurable) there is no instrumentation I’m aware of able to provide that. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if there was? For the time being, consensus agreement of opinion based on experience among adherents would seem to be the only available means of attesting to their actuality.
Okay, but were you expecting *them*? I would find it hard to accept that you had never even thought of the idea!
I was not expecting them at all. Before trying DMT I undertook months of research into the experiential accounts of others, and on the basis of that research I was expecting to be transported to another dimension. And whilst that initially appeared to be the case, once I set my stall out to determine what was really going on, I found that something was actually emerging in this dimension and essentially engulfing me within its body-of-mind, for the duration of the experience (concurrent with visual wonders and/or invasive feats, and/or psychic manipulations). Several unusual experiences that I had as a young child convinced me there was a mysterious unseen something. But I genuinely had no idea what was occurring when I began experimenting with DMT. That’s what my books document - the gradual realisation based on repeated and careful observation that something extraordinary was powerfully interacting with me.
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?
Sure! While there has been little empirical research into psychedelic (non-physical) entity phenomena, qualitative studies and anecdotal reports suggest that (non-physical) entity encounters can have profound and lasting positive after-effects.