Three things June.<quoted text>
Without proof, perception is simply hot air.
By the way, you didn't answer my question.
Have you heard any "new" information as of late from your "spiritual" SOURCE???
1. You are incorrect again. A perception of anything is most certainly a real thing, and the thing being perceived is most likely very real as well. Simply because one perceives a thing and you do not, in no way means that the thing being perceived by the first person is not there or real at all June. It ONLY means that >you< did not perceive it. Your trolley is off track again.
I have sat by the fire in camp thousands of times. I have perceived danger each of several times when those sitting with me did not. The bear was real June. THEY did not perceive it. I did.
I have sat by the camfire hundreds of times by myself and my only companion was my trusty Springer Spaniol. MANY times he has perceived danger when I did not. The snake he perceived was real June. The coyote he perceived was real. Every single time he alerted, there was a REAL presence nearby.
Some of those times June, he alerted and so did I. There most certainly was a presence there, but I can not describe it as I could not see it, but his eye focus told me where it was. I then was able to track it by perception only. I never was able to visually focus on what or who it was ... my Springer did. A couple times he laid back down and I relaxed too even tho the "presence" was still there June. Maybe that presence was simply cold ... or lonely and wanted to once again enjoy a nice fire.
2. I most certainly did answer your question. Go read my post #557382. Have you been day dreaming again instead of paying attention in class dear?
3. I already know what your next question will be.