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  1. If reality is a controlled hallucination, the question becomes who is controlling it.

    And in what way? Based on what?

    The “picture” itself, of course, is not Reality. But this does not mean that it does not relate to reality in any way, that it cannot be made more real, and that you do not interact with reality, even when you are “alone”.

    Even if your head is full of hallucinations, the chance to” return to reality ” remains. They will return in quotation marks, because this is not a return, but a forward movement.

    Somewhere you haven't been before.

    That is, they were (presumably for you) not consciously, not as a thinking being. As long as a person does not have his own grounds for distinguishing the real, they really do not exist. Except for faith.

    Or trust (for example, your perception).

    So the path from loneliness to reality lies through yourself =))

  2. Reality is matter. Before entering the consciousness of one person, information about the object of matter passes through unique sense organs that differ by 1-2% compared to the senses of other people. Then the information gets to the brain, and it connects the mind-the information processor. This handler is also different for everyone, but it coincides by 90% with other human handlers.

    Then the information enters the consciousness – an individual database, which also has its own, and can differ by more than 30%. In the individual consciousness, information can be accepted to the extent that it is possible to add this new information to the one already available there earlier. This joining is called “understanding”.

    The reflection of reality in the individual consciousness of a person is indeed unique, but it coincides with the reflection in the individual consciousness of another person by 97% in accordance with the normal law of probability distribution. If there are more individual characteristics of perception, then maybe by 95%. These differences can be ignored if this one person likes another person. And then there is no loneliness.

    Loneliness is not a lack of communication. No one can “condemn” to loneliness. Loneliness is the realization of a connection not with one's own people, animals, or places on earth, on the one hand, and the absence of this realization with one's own people, animals, or places on earth, on the other hand. “Seek and ye shall find.” Or just live.

    Reality, consciousness, and the way reality is perceived are completely different things. There are no”controlled hallucinations”. A person can only control their thoughts and actions. A person does not manage events, a person manages the probability of events. Hallucination is an uncontrolled visualization.

    Note

    The figures are approximate and approximate.

  3. Hello!
    I do not understand the meaning of your reasoning, why, why and for what? What does your reasoning give you, what benefits does it bring to you personally and to the person who will read it and even write their own opinion?
    Yes, you are absolutely right, a person is inherently lonely. But if you look from a different perspective. A person is a person, an independent person, in a single person and a single copy. And this confirms your judgment, among other things.

  4. If reality is a “controlled hallucination”

    This is not reality. Just another puzzle in my head. :- ) Built on “second-hand” (obtained from others) knowledge.

    Reality is a layered thing.

    There is a tree and there is the shadow of a tree. There is both.

    Only here, there is a shadow depends on whether there is a tree. The tree does not depend on the shadow – it is more real than the shadow.

    In fact, reality is something that exists independently of anything. Find that reality and then everything else will fall into place.

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