The Perception of What's Real
Any perception is as real as the perceiver believes it to be. When a perceiver believes that what he believes to be real at the same time should not be real or can not be real, one experiences the great fun of the Denial Zone, a place in consciousness full of blackness, unconsciousness, nausea, intense fear or anger or apathy, designed to separate two realities.. The agony of denial zone is the horrible selfbetrayal of really believing against oneself -- what treachery!
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