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As we have heard, the physics cannot really clear up, whether the material world is a real world or an imaginary world. Now we not only have the chance to let speak physics, but also religion and metaphysics. If we merge these two areas of knowledge or belief to a synthesis, we seem to be led to a clear statement. Or does it not seem to be the most logical to say, that the material world is an imaginary world and has something to do with a dream?

 

If we answer this question with "yes", we would be in line with the key messages of Eastern religions that see the world as a dream world. Furthermore, we would also be in keeping with the philosophy, as it is represented by Socrates and Plato (see Allegory of the Cave). Similarly, we would also be consistent with the brane-model of physics, according to which the human bodies are shadows (figures) that are thrown from inside the bubble on the brane.

 

A dream has per se the function as follows. On the one hand it is to make us feel that it was real - that it isn’t a dream. On the other hand, it may never leave undoubtedly a feeling that it was indeed real, by sayings like:

"I think I'm in a movie", or:

“I know nothing more” or:

“I feel like I’m dreaming all of the time” or:

“This cannot be true!”

 

Even in a logical viewpoint a dream naturally excludes the possibility of being able to prove its appearances as really real. It always must leave a doubt in the question of whether we correctly perceive or whether we observe properly. And nothing can be really clearly proved or defined in a dream.

 

Let's transfer these thoughts on our world in finding indications whether the material world would be real or imaginary. Let’s take a look to our blocks of matter. At a particular time they seem to be at least up to a half smudged entities. At a particular time they can be here and nowhere (at the same time). And as a whole they are not really perceivable or definable. They never have been seen from a human being. Are these properties no indications of illusory phenomena, aren’t they?

 

If we make the period of observation/ determination smaller than the Planck time, we would be able to make no more statements about the blocks of matter. Within the Planck time, the matter would be dissolved perhaps to nebulous entity (exploded to infinity?). Matter can only appear as a perceivable entity, like we perceive it, if we extend the period of observation to countless of Planck-times, so if we network countless of moments for the observation (like Pixel networking on television or Information networking in the brain). Now, is not the real state of an entity its state from an unexpanded moment, which is far below the Planck time, isn't it? But just at that moment the material world does not exist. So, don’t we have by that further indications of illusory phenomena regarding this world, don’t we?

 

The material world seems to be artificially created by our spirit, which uses the networking of countless individual moments. In consistence with the brane-model of physics, this world could be a projection, which is per se not the original world (real world). Thus, the material world would be an artificially-made world of pictures from our spirit, which uses it for his dream.

 

Finally, we - the dreamer - must be able to recognize at some point that we are dreaming. Otherwise, we might never wake up. So the dream always has to include a hint for a possibility to wake up and to give us the motivation to really can wake up. This hint is given inter alia about the analogies, while the motivation is given inter alia by the longing for what defines us in our true being state. This yearning remains unsatisfied until we woke up. Let me mention on detail in my book "Psychoenergetik, die Wissenschaft des Lebens” (= psycho-energetics, the science of life).

 

Accordingly, God could be construed as our all waking consciousness, which explains why we can’t perceive Him in a dream, and that He is something of origin and destination. From Him, in Him and by Him everything would have developed in order to live out the idea of the dream. At the end, when we dreamed enough, we will again feel the impulse to wake up, and God (or: our waking consciousness) would again be the goal.