That which we call reality

“Perhaps that which we call ‘reality’ is no more than an agreement, a social contract that the less imaginative among us have decided upon, for the sake of convenience. But what if life is – in reality – more like the dreaming state? If time is a spiral, then is it possible to remember the future as well as the past?” (Alexandra Sokoloff, in The Unseen)

A work of fiction by the daughter of Alexander Sokoloff, The Unseen seems also to contribute to the discourse on the subject of parapsychology. Even more interesting to me, it may have something useful to say about “that which we call ‘reality'”. I am reading with interest.

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Sokoloff, Alexandra. 2009. The unseen. New York: St Martin’s Press [p30]

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