(This isn't a simulation universe thought experiment, I promise.)
Everything is running perfectly smoothly; there's absolutely no way to know it's a simulation because everything that would be happening in reality happens here.
What happens in the world is what you would be experiencing, virtually.
That is, until there's a glitch.
(If you have no clue what I'm talking about, it's highly likely we aren't friends, and if you'd like to be, you should watch the movie.)
You'd never know you're living a VR experience until the system has a hiccup of some sort. Whatever was supposed to happen *doesn't* happen.
It would be as though something just violated the universal laws of physics.
Where has this been happening, already, for thousands of years?
(There's a simple answer, and I'll wait for you to think of it just long enough for me to write my next tweet.)
That's it! Magicians have been doing exactly this thing for thousands of years!
How? They were the very first people to understand we never live 100% in reality. We live in our IDEA of what we EXPECT reality to be.
We live in the universe of our expectations. For the most part this works perfectly.
Until it doesn't.
Early magicians had an intuition that this was the process, because without it, humans couldn't experience "magic" in the first place!
But. . . . we have all of those (and more).
"You can't see the whole picture when you're standing in the frame."
It is very difficult to see outside the context of your own experience.
How do you do it?
Talk to people. READ.
Communication allows you a window into other worlds. They challenge the assumptions you're not even aware of having!
This process is essential if you want to be successful in any way.
Low quality minds are only interested in reinforcing their ideas.
HUGE lesson there.
But to succeed it's necessary.
And the fastest path to recognizing your assumptions is to talk to someone like me. Hell. TALK TO ME!
That's why I wrote a whole book about this stuff!
Until you've had it all go wrong, you can live your entire life not understanding what's actually at play.
It is THE fundamental issue.
So. Take off your mental VR goggles. Have the courage to face reality. Embrace the discomfort of realizing you've been living a simulation.
Where do you start?
Well, glad you asked. I would humbly suggest you get a copy of my book that deals exactly with this stuff.
But I'd suggest you get both. Not just because it gets me paid (took a lot more to produce these than $$$).
The more avenues you can explore an idea the better 'map' you'll have of it; you'll be able to read & watch.
My hunch is, if you've made it this far into the thread, I'm pretty sure it will.
Change your mind, change your life.
Let me show you where to start.
It helps me reach new folks & helps you by providing cool stuff!
The mythical WIN-WIN-WIN situation!
Finally: Thanks for being along for the ride. I genuinely appreciate getting to share my thoughts with you.
See you next thread.