but a dream of ourselves…]

love it! That state of mind, where reality and dreams merge and mingle together, is a lot like the state of mind in children, alcohol or other drug induced, people with mental issues, people who meditate or pray, hypnosis, the state of mind after a really amazing or horrible thing happens, the feeling you get when you are lost, the feeling you get when you’re sitting on top of a mountaintop, conte…mplating reality… and the difference between the two doesn’t matter quite so much at that point in time. It’s also the state of mind that many buddhists work towards – the elimination of duality, the state where you really “get it” – that everything is an illusion – that we are but a dream of ourselves…] “

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