Do we all have the same reality?

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Do we all have the same reality?

The word “metaphysical” literally means “above the physical.” All religions are metaphysical to a degree in that they accept various beliefs on faith, not on physical evidence. … Flexer, realizing a need for deeper peace in the lives of people, founded a new religion which they called Metaphysical Christianity.

In brief, a metaphysician is either a philosopher whose area of expertise is the study of the fundamental nature of reality and existence and/or, more esoterically, a practicing healer/adviser that changes physical reality by working with the principles and powers and ‘things’ that underlie it, and especially the mind …

Q. What is Metaphysics and how does it look at reality?

Traditionally, metaphysics refers to the branch of philosophy that attempts to understand the fundamental nature of all reality, whether visible or invisible. It seeks a description so basic, so essentially simple, so all-inclusive that it applies to everything, whether divine or human or anything else.

Q. What are the problems of metaphysics?

Typical issues include transcendence, being, existence in its individual and communal dimensions, causality, relations, analogy, purpose, the possibility of metaphysics, and the relations of metaphysics to other disciplines.

Q. What is metaphysical religion?

Each individual has his or her own perception of reality. The implication is that because each of us perceives the world through our own eyes, reality itself changes from person to person. While it’s true that everyone perceives reality differently, reality could care less about our perceptions.

Q. Is our reality an illusion?

The further quantum physicists peer into the nature of reality, the more evidence they are finding that everything is energy at the most fundamental levels. Reality is merely an illusion, although a very persistent one. What else can we do in the face of what scientists have discovered about reality? It’s unbelievable!

Q. What is it called when you think you are the only real person?

Solipsism: from Latin solus, meaning “alone” and ipse, meaning “self”, is the philosophical idea that only one’s own mind is sure to exist.

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