Originally posted by twhitehead
The word "reality" can have different meanings depending on context.
Now for a much harder question: Is the imagination real?
What about imaginary numbers?
I understand reality as a mind-only condition, as a tank of countless potentialities from which all the events -or the absense of the events- emerge; every given event is generated out of this dynamic mind-only field every time that the wavefunction is collapsed.
Imagination, a faculty of our brain, is real, and it enables us to hover at will into the dynamic mind-only field of potentialities before we actually collapse the wavefunction by means of action at the realm of the physical world that surrounds us