Originally Posted by DAISHI
Altering brain wave activity may put you into a coma. The issue of human perception of the surrounding universe goes beyond something as simple as brain waves.
I'd agree, then why are humans so sure what exists and doesn't exist? Such, as oh, i don't know, spirits.
I agree, and yet we can't separate things from the validating process of existence while existing to decide whether or not things exist outside of our selves. We need first hand experience, we need academic principals. Hell, we need to say what red, blue, green is...
consider trying to not create patterns where patterns were not set up by design. stucco wall texture or a field of flowers for example
your brain is wired to view reality according to specific constructs. numbers, patterns, groups and pairs.
tangentially you have a limited scope of sensations. this limits your possible understanding of the objective reality
Just another response I got else where.