Can you imagine the future, your own future, as you plod through the mental list of tasks that you have assigned yourself? The mental balance sheet that engages disappointment by continuously recomposing the look of you mental expectations. You see something that you want to acquire and immediately, the scenario springs to life behind your eyes of how you are going to employ it as far as the best case solution of positive usefulness is concerned. Though you may not have ever come across the implement before in your life, the mental movie projector within picks up on the the immediate sense of detail that is enhanced by what you might have experienced before from familiarity with a similar object. That silent invisible producer, yourself, then adapts this streaming sequence as someone or something illuminates your otherwise darkened cave with further insights. Minutes later, when you are far away from the experience in the next thought or the next town, you review this mental composition with little skepticism as if it was all a singular experience.
Do you ever wonder if in reality, you are projecting your own reality? As opposed to working as an existential vacuum cleaner picking up sights and sounds and other sensory tidbits from a iron solid sense of mutually shared reality? This is not a new perspective of course, because there have been many books and articles by different authors who have proposed a holographic thesis suggesting that your brain is some sort of conduit like a digital projector. But where is the computer device that is providing the media for this experience? Could it be that some odd form of mental consensus of the larger entity of man make up the firmament of waking reality? If so, perhaps the earth really was flat at one time in ancient history because that is what everyone took as fact? If that is so, maybe ‘we’ should consider very carefully what to believe in?
Because ANYTHING may indeed be possible.