I'm starting a list of amazing things, things that defy how i think, things that don't make sense, things that just work when they shouldn't - and without my interference.
So here's how the list starts:
you know what's really amazing? the eye (hence the cat's eye nebula that i choose for my piccie). Did you know that the eye 'sees' everything? I mean everything - radio waves, electronic smog, the full colour spectrum, white noise, cell phone signals.. The point i'm making is that even though the eye sees it, we don't get to see it. Our brains are so trained by our earth experience that the images aren't translated into meaningful impressions, and so we don't see.
So what i'm saying is that you could be sitting in a room full of radio waves, and you'd never know. you'd never even get to see what they look like. So how to start? Well, just like we learn to see everything else - and some choose selective vision - we have to be taught. Back in the 19-voetsacks when those fillthy American's decided to rape and pillage little indian tipi villages, do you think Pocohontas saw it coming? No - she didn't, and i mean that literally. No one had ever seen a ship, so at that time their eyes weren't able to perceive the impression. That's unti one day Mr Sitting-Bull-on-yonder-hill actually ALLOWED himself to acknowldge that maybe something, just a something, was heading towards his village on the sea. He relayed the messages to those who he knew would beleive him, and soon, viola - everyone could see them coming.
Just think about it - how much have you been trained to not see? Seriously? What are you doing about it then?
I've got a whole lot more amazing things i'd like to speculate about, but for now, i'll see.