Thank you for expounding upon this for me. Where you say "at some point all of this comes to life" it makes me think of egregores, which is something Rosicrucians were taught to practice. See Egregore - Theosophy WikiAs I read and see and assimilate this sentence from CassWiki is the following: we have to go beyond our physical senses and understandings and use our imagination, even creation, to move from a "known" world to an "unknown" one while keeping some reference points at the beginning, until the point where things are reversed and to be no longer the "future you", but you in the future in its essence
So I hope there's a bit of bacon in this "salad"!
More clearly, without this hyperdimensional context, by referring to this thread New title: Romantic Fiction, Reality Shaping and The Work , by reading these books, through this work in the literal sense, at some point all of this comes to life, and not just as individuals, connects us to our roots which are seemingly invisible, but without which we will not be the same.
And somewhere along this romanticized tree of life, we are preparing ourselves for this hyperdimensional context.
Where you also say "So I hope there's a bit of bacon in this "salad"!", it makes me think of Sir Francis Bacon (perhaps the leading light of Rosicrucianism in the 17th century), someone who I have been posting about quite a bit in other threads. I assume the pun was intended.