Yeah. There is wiggle room in the archetypal realm of reality. The limbo. The "Master Slide". We experience it when we enter the Phase.
Maybe even our conscious thinking here can affect reality and decide upon the way things go. Like giraffes' ungulate ancestors resembling short-necked antelopes aeons ago. Then they looked up at acacia trees and made a wish...they wished that they could reach for the nutrients higher up. Many millennia later and voila...long necked giraffes...
But it took them all that time for that dream
to come true...be careful what you wish for!
Perhaps we do this on an unconscious level too...and when we enter the Phase, we become that unconscious mind...Here is some curious conclusions that professors at Harvard and Boston universities recently arrived at:
When humans started to move out of Africa to explore the rest of the world, evolution mutated and held on to a gene associated with risk-taking and the will to be adventurous - the DRD4 gene. Evidence shows that the distribution of the two main alleles (versions) of the gene and the ancient migration patterns appear to be congruent. The mutations that followed do not seem random at all and seem to have purpose...
Each allele appear to mark specific personality traits in people. While a 4R allele is linked to prudent individuals, the 7R and 2R ones seem to indicate more impulsive behaviour in others. It is believed that individuals that possess the latter versions coped with dangerous situations a lot better and were more capable of surviving and reproducing under more challenging conditions.
Thus it was concluded that mass migration can influence our genetic make-up and specifically modify it in the evolutionary scale. Apparently, the 7R allele arose as a rare mutation 50,000 years ago after we left our home continent and spread throughout the world. Later, the 2R modified version emerged in Asia.
More interestingly, those that have been diagnosed with ADHD are twice as likely to have the 7R allele. Perhaps some of the symptoms that we think indicate a "disorder" - such as quick movements and rapid shifts in focus - are actually survival traits from natural selection.