Is thought real?
Apr 01, 2002 06:52 AM
That is the point, exactly:
On 1 Apr 2002 at 2:00, brigitte muehlegger wrote:
> Bri.: Analytically, you can define any amount of dimensional space,
> there could be a hundred dimensions, in other words, although such a
> geometry might exist only in thought and not in the real world. But
> apparently you can't read the mathematics.
Thought is the real world, the function of creativity. Thoughts are
things. All comes into manifestation from the realm of mind. The
material world is the result of activity of the mental realms, not
the other way around.
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