Is reality the manifestation of the subconscious mind and consensus of general thoughts produced on the planet?

There are theories in that direction, but it is difficult to find evidence from the very nature of the matter.

Carl Gustaf Jung spoke of a collective subconscious: memories, knowledge that we all have without having explicitly learned this.More modern theories explain a link between ‘ past memories ‘ and ‘ projections of the future ‘, either: we do not remember to remember but to give us a future. Other theories argue that there is no such thing as ‘ reality ‘ but that man ‘ projecting ‘ a reality as a collective. Of course, these theories have the character of a theoretical thought exercise: attempts to define ‘ reality ‘.

So your thought is thought before.But yes, proof…..

No though.Before there were any thoughts, even before there was life, there was also a reality. And later, over billions of years if all life disappeared, there is still a reality. It is that there is no one more to observe this reality.

I think you shouldn’t see it that way.The physical reality comes close to objective reality, thus decoupled from culture and interpretation.

Something like a religious reality satisfies your definition much more.The subconscious mind wants to believe that there are supernatural powers and in the conscious world one is then sent by the thoughts that exist on that subject.

All gradations of reality are located somewhere between the two.If you come from a liberal conservative environment, the idea that you should let the economy run free will probably feel like a scientifically substantiated fact. However, this is partly the idea of a person who comes from an environment in which that view is customary. So it’s a bit of science and a bit of tracking the idea that is prevalent in your environment.

Good question!First we have to have perspective! Before that, we must first look at how many questions you are actually proposing!

  1. What is reality?
  2. What is ‘ observing ‘?

3.What is a manifestation in relation to reality?

4.What role does the subconscious mind play in perception?

5.What is consensus versus perception?

6.What role does a planet play?

Phoe!Those are many questions!

First, let’s answer: it is possible to obtain the answer scientifically.

And now extended:

  1. Reality is a definition.

It is an abstract description for consistent observations regardless of the observer or that an observer is present at all. You could argue that reality as meaning encompasses everything that is absolute certainty. You read my text now. That is a reality. A fact. That can POTENTIALLY perceive anyone when someone is near you and looks with you!

  • But what is observing then?
  • Observing is the process whereby reality is interpreted by biological or mechanical sensors. The sensors will always perceive rationally. There is a problem here! Observing does not mean that an observer, like a human being, can do something with that information. For this, the biological signals from sensors must first be interpreted in turn.

  • A manifestation is a change within reality that is observable. But perception does not mean that we actually recognize what we perceive.
  • That’s where the brain comes to look around the corner! The brain uses information that has been previously observed to give a meaning to the newly observed sensoric information. However, we cannot have all the aspects in our mind, because we cannot experience everything. For example, as a man, you can’t experience what it’s like to give birth to a child. This shortcoming of information is called ego psychology.

  • Our brain uses the so-called Amyglada.
  • I would like to call it the center of abstract thinking. This is often called subconsciously. All sensoric information is processed in the first instance with thought that is abstract. Logically, because if we do not understand what we perceive, we cannot apply logic or rationality either. The Amyglada is the basic concepts.

  • Not everyone finds all the information equally valuable.
  • For example, if you don’t want children, you’re going to remember little information related to children. This means that you cannot provide Amyglada with more concrete notions, so much information is lost in relation to someone who does want children.

  • We adapt to the surroundings.
  • My opinion is that we want to have as few energy as possible from biological motivations to life. Biologically, we strive for an absolute zero effort. Our biological evolution of our brain is an attempt to make the environment predictable. In this sense, our environment has a gigantic impact on what we perceive and understand.

    In short: Observations themselves can be absolute, but then we have to interpret it.It is not possible to show that your interpretation is a reality. This has to do with the resources we have to prove it. Is science Absolute, or relative to the interpretation?

    In other words, the means you use to prove what reality is, cannot prove itself to be part of reality instead of our interpretation.

    Apologies for broken Dutch, I’m heavily dyslexic!Well nice question.

    At this my answer.

    The reality is the state of science [outcomes of this moment.
    Another/better reality does not have humanity.

    (also means that reality evolves)
    Pollution occurs when one is going to “feel”: Religion, dislogic, internal contradictions, aggregation-fluctuations and vagueness then play up.
    Keep the AJB in science, and science alone.

    There are no proofs for that.This kind of ideas is the result of unbeaten Philososphere. And Philoeren is fun, but when philosophers forget to test their writing, this kind of nonsense comes out.

    Be careful to deal with this too much, the next step is religion and other facts free beliefs to explain a reality that you can investigate and determine with your common sense itself.

    Do you want a real answer?Because the answer might even depend on your subconscious mind.

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