When we, as a conscious singularity, enter this world, we become the architect of our reality and the core perception of the existence of right here, right now.

The plain takes form when the mind connects to our intermedia network. We receive and translate these data all the time, and they become the core part of how we exist, and the output becomes data in someone else’s consciousness and daily life.

Within the movie the inception, we see how the architect can create an alternative reality, and it is within the perception of the existence of changes that give us the reality within here and now.

What defines us?

As Descartes, “I think that I exist.” Within the dream state, each reality created ceases to exist that day when we wake up.

Isn’t that happening that day when our body ceases to exist, and our consciousness exists without a body?

So, do we define this as a “dream state?” that we can mold into any kind of reality, we so, please?

And yet that day when we are reborn, we alter that reality within the core architecture?

Descartes further debates that he sees no conclusive indications of whether he is/can be in a current dream state or reality due to the fact that within the dream world, he senses the same as he does in reality.

“Would God be the deceiver of the reality we see?” Descartes asks.

In this reality, wouldn’t God be the giver and let the humans alter their own world to their liking, as well as their dream state? Or is the dream state merely a sandbox of an infinity? To create, alter and then again test the future with the past and present data that we are receiving at any given moment?

Can we define an architectural reality that exists for us all?

A core set of principles that lacks misconception of what is real.

How can we even argue if God exists?

If God doesn’t exist, are we merely fleas deep inside a dog’s fur, ready to be scratched?

In both instances, our mental capacity to understand stops at that moment, the movie ends, and we believe we are back in reality.

In the movie “inception,” the actor moves the body regardless of whether it is in a dream state or not. (Nolan)[1]

In this instance, Descartes questions the reality of who moves the mechanical part of our body.  

As he says, “How can a finite substance create the idea of an infinite substance.” (Stumpf and Fieser)[2]

Is the body us, and when it dies, we cease to exist too?

Or is the body merely a mechanical object controlled by our conscious network, and therefore, are we able to navigate outside the body as a consciousness, as well as within?

Can we then see the reality of the masses from the perspective of the divine?

If so, aren’t we all a tiny part of what God is, and that the misconception of “who god is” is altering this reality into a dream state, where we are the body and not the consciousness that can exist outside any kind of reality of the dreamer?

Who are we?

[1] Nolan, Christopher. 2010. Inception. United States: Warner Bros.

[2]Stumpf, Samuel Enoch, and James Fieser. Philosophy. Mcgraw-Hill Education, 2015, kindle version.

Please remember to paraphrase and reference information:

Tranum, K., 2022. Intro-to-quantum-psychology.

Please remember to paraphrase and reference information:

Tranum, K., 2022. Intro-to-quantum-psychology.