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  1. Thank you for your work, I had a few questions:

    1. What determines the overlap in each individual’s perceived reality, that is outside of direct interpersonal interactions – e.g. world events? If in Zelenskyy’s observation Ukraine wins the war, what determines which version my hologram will perceive (or is the war itself an idiosyncratic event that I’m perceiving)? Do the same celebrities hypothetically exist in the Worlds accessible to other minds? What determines the probability that a given world event exists in mine, if I have no preconceived bias in my record of observations?

    2. If we are perceiving various versions of others’ avatars, and have no idea which version of us the other’s consciousness is perceiving at the moment, are we ever interacting with each other’s “real” minds? Is it possible to know others’ “original” personalities and hobbies, or was it all determined by my hologram’s calculated probabilities prior to the first meeting?

    • Hi OL. Great questions, thanks.
      1 The overlap is determined purely by the observations one has made in common with another person. When you observe the outcome of the war you will also observe a version of Zelensky that has observed the same outcome.
      Zelensky himself, in any given form, exists in many worlds in which other minds exist.
      Logically, the probability that a given event is observed in your superworld is determined by the percentage of worlds in which you will observe this event. For a coin toss 50 50. For winning the lottery there will be fewer than half the worlds.
      2 When you are perceiving someone else’s avatar, you are engaged with the superposition of all minds that have this outer appearance and make the statements you perceive. So the “real” mind in this case is all the possible minds that fit your observations.
      So there is no “original” mind with personalities and hobbies. It is all determined by you hologram’s calculated probabilities at the time of the first meeting? One of the many reasons positive thinking is so crucial!

  2. Thank you very much! As a follow up on “real minds,” – maybe this is the wrong term – I was thinking of the present perceiving consciousness. I interpreted based on multi-solipsism, there exists infinite possible realities for each of us, and our consciousness perceives the superposition of realities that most converge with our hologram’s projections. But, there is only one consciousness for each of us perceiving a reality at any moment (I am only aware of sitting at my desk right now, not the other versions), not infinite consciousnesses?

    Thus if I make the choice now to become very positive, but my friend becomes increasingly negative and experiences an Armageddon reality I cannot perceive, is it then the case that our “real minds”(perceiving consciousnesses) don’t interact? Or is his version(s) of negative me equally conscious and “real” as the positive me typing this question?

    • The universe consciousness experiences your world hologram, and since this field of information is present in a great number of worlds, this is the experience of all of them superposed. In this process the consciousness becomes identified with this world hologram, and thus becomes ‘your consciousness’. The same is true of other versions of your world hologram which of course live in different versions of the world to you. I think of multisolipsism as referring to the different worlds of people who encounter each other, such as you and I. Though of course you and the version of you doing other things in the world as you are sat at your desk are parallel solipsisms also.
      If you make the choice to become very positive, and do not experience an Armageddon reality, but your friend becomes increasingly negative and does experience an Armageddon reality, then you are of course in different versions of the world. In each version there continue to be both characters. In your reality where you do not experience an Armageddon, there is a version of your friend too who despite his / her negativity does not experience an Armageddon. And in the reality where the other person does experience an Armageddon there is a version of you who wound up there despite your positive intentions. What the intentions and choices do is alter the probabilities. So the probability of you winding up experiencing an Armageddon is smaller and smaller with every biased observation you make of a better and better world. But there is still a small probability you wind up in the bad situation.
      Logically in this model there is no interaction of minds in any way except by our ordinary communications.
      The only ‘real minds’ in all this are the minds of each individual in their superworld. In your superworld, every possible ‘real mind’ of your friend is a real mind, in a parallel version of their world. Your friend in his / her world has in their world both you as the real mind you experience yourself as, and all the other real minds whose appearance look to them as you do.
      Essentially it is just like relativity. In relativity there is no absolute frame of reference for speed and direction. Very difficult to get one’s head around. So it is the same thing with our relative worlds in which the definition of the physical reality itself is relative to the individual.
      I hope that helps!

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