the concept of dimensions is part of reality. so ironically they loose some credibility when the witness wakes up out of reality. which can make reality seem somewhat flat or stale. the witness thinks it's not a part of it anymore, in the same way a person isn't part of a comic book they are reading. but the separation of the witness is an illusion (meaning this awakening is only partial). and reality is rather full not flat. a self-fulfilling being. without identification, it seems as within this being so many things are happening at once, within the present moment, whereas with identification it seems one thought happens after the next and these thoughts are elevated, more real than their periphery. this at-once ness has something picturesque as well, like a picture of many people at the beach, where no one is in the foreground, as opposed to a movie that often forces you to focus on only one character at a time, so you can understand him, which requires your mind to track the continuity of doing. at this beach, devoid of meaning, you hear their voices and your own inner voices side by side and they all seem equally empty of experience and meaning, because in the present moment they seem robbed of the continuity of experience that would have otherwise made each of them seem special.
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