I don't think that the dream reality frame, or possibly VR if we can call it that, is evolving in any way but is strictly personalized for each avatar receiving those dreams. It is more an 'ad hoc' reality frame that provides an instantaneous purpose to the recipient which is specifically matched as to both purpose and form to that particular avatar and IUOC. So you get fear tests, dreams designed for special training purposes, and random content inspired by your present VR experience. The fear tests and training dreams are deliberately set up by guidance and the random content is just that with little intent at guidance involved. These are the categories I remember receiving throughout my life.
thanks so much for your prompt reply..
I considered at first just doing the one intro posting , followed by some postings which summarizes some of the chat log interviews I have done with Autistic B
. The bulk of these interviews were somewhat ancedotal , and were mostly an accounting of Autistic B's amazing dream recall and experiences. I am also planning I think to draw some conclusions and make some inferences in terms of a couple of different areas
1) How the condition of aspergers provides us possibly with a deeper understanding of MBT, through experiences connected to the dream reality frame.
2) A detailed dream recall can provide us with some evidence that the Dream reality is indeed an experiential virtual reality frame and/ or a parsimonious computer simulation.
I did sense though than rather rush into those postings (which I am confident will be quite interesting to many of our readers of the forum), we should take our time with this. Such that it seems more beneficial first to lay some ground work first and try to further our understanding of some of the inner working of the MBT
model ( especially where it pertains to virtual realities and computer simulations. ) .
From what I can gather also it seems a good topic of discussion in light of the fact that upon my searching for related dream posting discussions it had perhaps not been discussed or analyzed as much as some of the other aspects of the MBT model..
Upon reviewing your reply Ted,
I found this statement by you to be quite interesting -
I don't think that the dream reality frame, or possibly VR if we can call it that
First of all in reading your comment there , it reminds me that if we state that the dream reality frame ( is
or is not
) a VR, than we have now committed ourselves to a "belief" about either notion by stating it that way. So that was my positive reaction to it for me personally.
However let me summarize Tom's
position on it and than I encourage you Ted
, to correct or modify my comments as you see fit, please.
From my understanding of the material I have read on virtual realities from the MBT
perspective, this would be that Tom states ( a bit more emphatically, than your use of the word "possibly" ) the Data streams we receive , which we can classify as ("experiential " reality frames) are "probable
" rather than " possible
", Virtual realities .
So than it follows that the dream reality would also fall under the category as "experiential ". And as classified more as a "virtual reality frame" , at least on that basis.
as A bit of a side note, -
I was not fully sure how we define the "interactive"
reality frames so i refrained from mentioning that as a "descriptor " in the above.
one more question than for now,
.. if you feel comfortable doing this okay,
Than what probability % chance do you give the dream reality as in fact being a VR ?