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« on: October 21, 2011, 19:13:59 »

Hello.

In looking to a game such as 'Final Fantasy', the worlds of the games that have come out over the last ten years are well built and provide many mathematical formulae for the interaction of their characters in battle.  Do you think that a game like "Final Fantasy" somehow effects the individual consciousness?  Do you think that any such thing, even books, have that same effect?

To clear away all the missing and improper direction, one would have to isolate themselves from any available media.  Music, tv, internet, books, pictures, all such things would have to be 'put away'.  This, is a fundamental precept according to what I believe.  Going for long walks is not enough, it can be to start, and to wind down on the tekkaversal grid.  In my case, I have spent ten years being online everyday unless restricted.  For me to quit now, it is only what Lacey has been saying.

A reality like Final Fantasy can greatly effect the individual consciousness.  To the point that you enter a partially real reality concerning the environment of the game.  This does not always mean astral projection.  There can be other people who are playing the game at the same time that you are.  The environment of the game begins to manifest in the physical world.  People talk about the game, you yourself talk about the game, and people become more like the personalities and characters featured in the game.  As people start to play other games, or watch movies of a different kind or read different books, you can be left there with half of your mind left in the ashes of that game's past.

As a different approach, does group consciousness on a specific reality effect the reality which is present in an individual consciousness?

When the movie Avatar came out, I had not seen it and was only aware that it existed from several years prior while running a search on the word "avatar".  I seen a website that featured a description of the movie and some introductory graphics.  When the movie was being watched by many people, I drew a few pictures, but was not aware of the movie being watched.  Later, I encountered the movie and watched it as though worshiping it.  At that time, I discovered the pictures I drew were of the same type of being as the Na Vi.  So I deduced that the group consciousness had effected me to generate such an image out of their own visual field.

Really, I am not nearly a corner stone as I could have been.  The time to put these machines into the back burner and simply focus my religion has come.

This collective consciousness seems to now interest me, all I can do for it is to try and aid it to transcendence.  To do that, my 'religion' would be the key choice.

Or throw up an Invincible Reflect Shield and coast clear to a new quasi cosmic vantage.
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