Cassie and I have often pondered whether or not Mind might be a dimension. Compare it to a map: Each map has its straight-aways and its crossroads, all of which determine the traveler’s next path.
But aren’t thoughts and choices, however silent and invisible, every bit as deterministic? When thoughts (and therefore decisions and actions) change direction, aren’t the paths of reality also altered?—not only for the mind making the choices, but for the interlaced worlds which surround that mind?
In a broader context, would it not make sense to reconsider the artificial division between Matter and Mind?
(From Dr. Rodger Swift’s Abandoned Lab Journal.)