That was a long read but it wasn’t time wasted! I think I have a grasp of the gist of what you state. And it was impressive hearing how you could control your mind to seemingly control or restrict the extent of expression from a herpes simplex virus. I can buy that! Am I correct in reading that you’re essentially saying the DMT experience and perceived entities are all products of brain/mind? That the experiences are dreamscape projections of my mind alone?
It’s rhetorical asking if you ever experienced dreams as a child. For me, there where numerous occasions spanning several years where, in the sleep state, I could feel the commencement of a frightful dream imposing upon my mind from without. Even in sleep, there was some part of my mind that could compute I had a remote chance to wilfully fight against sleep and awaken in the hope of escaping the nightmare, or else I would succumb to whatever was imposing nefariously upon my young mind. Those anecdotal instances were very different to regular dream experiences.
You can see something upon a wall or in the space of the room with you, while someone else there will not see the same.
Quite so. The mechanics of the experience make it singular to the user. Interestingly, however, Dr Rick Strassman observed in his government sanctioned DMT studies that when his research volunteers where under the influence of DMT a tremendous energy was sometimes perceptible to the sober observer. It could be argued that perceptible energy was solely emanating from the inebriated volunteer. But the point I want to make is that I in the same inebriated state, when it is evident a powerful non-physical entity has responded to my DMT-amplified mind, the perceptible energy is so overwhelmingly powerful that I have often considered it would surely be perceptible to some degree to a sober observer.
Consider this...if the electrical activity of our brain can be registered outside our body, is there a limit to how distant?
I suspect there will be a decrease in intensity for every doubling of distance. The limit of measurement will likely reflect the limit in sensitivity of the measuring instrument. In an outdoor setting, it has been a truly remarkable sight of esoteric nature to see my own mind-stuff powerfully project outward from my being and fill the local sky, in response to DMT. This observation has made me wonder the same: is there a limit to how distant that mind-stuff can project?
would [you] consider possible, and rather than an entity touching your bum, it pushes over a chess piece while someone else is in the room to verify it for real, rather than it seemingly happening in your own mind?
I don’t see why that wouldn’t be possible, but it’s evident you’re expecting the powerful non-physical entity to give the sober observer indication of its presence and power. Although I believe they could do that, I don’t believe they would indulge profane disbelief in such a scenario.