I feel like I've not put my interests forth very clearly. For me, it's not specifically about day dreaming, but about improving our imagination skills, to perhaps a level where you'd have the capacity to, essentially, create a sort of imagined, or completely 'inner' virtual reality, though I realize it would probably end up on something far deeper than that, and I do believe that.
The main issue I'm having is that it is very hard to find any sort of discussion about imagination itself, with the only discussion available being on things like daydreaming as an addiction, and stuff like that; even things like visual arts, which you'd think would be entirely based upon the discipline of visualization, aren't so, for some reason; and that arts like painting and sculpture can be augmented through mind images is well documented from the early ages.
It's like people actively shun imagination, and try to forget it even exists. You don't find articles or accounts saying "I've tried to get this deep into imagination, and I've personally concluded it didn't work", instead you find silence on the topic.
Now, you may be thinking why would I even want these sorts of discussions, if I already have a plan I'm convinced will work for reaching what I want to reach. To me, it's a matter of uncertainty. I'm sure it's just me being weak, but sometimes I doubt my ability, or rather, our ability as humans, of reaching these heights.
>Imagination is powerful, and rulers do not want to empower their serifs.
Surely, this is not the entire picture. I personally think that the way we developed has lead us to value words so much, many actively despise - in a way - images, as they are something they can't reason around, since the only way they can reason is through rhetoric. I'd bet many rulers do not know the first thing about these things. What I get the feeling of, is that people are simply afraid of betting on something that hasn't got a lot of authority backing, because I think if you were to show these people these things - even without the magical cPost too long. Click here to view the full text.