As such, when various incoming frequencies reach the brain, an automatic search engine is activated to find the closest corresponding match in order to ‘define’ it. Whatever form has already been assigned to that closest match remains unchanged. Hence, we see dreams in symbols and not in their original state.
If we take it a step further… Muhammad (saw) says:
“People are asleep and will be awakened with death!”
What does this mean? If this life is like sleep, then we must all be dreaming! This world, and everything in it, is like a dream in respect of the afterlife… Everything we experience here, the pain, the joy, our possessions, our loved ones… all of it is going to feel like a dream when we wake up to the afterlife with death… And just like we perceive dreams, in the form of symbols as a result of our brain’s frequency converting mechanism, so too we perceive everything in this dimension by the very same process.
All of this is confirmed by the world’s leading neurophysiologist, Stanford University professor Karl Pribram and the world famous physicist, David Bohm.
Can people have different perceptions of the same object?
If the same frequency reaches two different people with the same database, then the resulting evaluation will be the same. This is precisely why we all perceive and see the same objects in the same way, because we all have the same perception mechanism and have been conditioned to function in pretty much the same way!
The visible spectrum, that is the frequency range that can be detected by the human eye, is definite. Whether the same frequencies reach one eye or 1,000 different eyes, the result will always be the same. They will all see the same thing, as all of them will be processing the incoming data using the same system.
Why does color blindness result in the different perception of colors?
This is because, in the case of color blindness, there is also a difference in the mechanism of the brain. That is, a person who is colorblind processes the incoming frequencies differently than a person who isn’t. It’s not that they receive different frequencies; it’s that they possess different brains! The database, i.e., the accumulation of data during one’s lifetime, is what defines the brain’s capacity.
When we are born, our database consists only of genetic and astrological data, but as of birth, we are constantly prone to new information, new conditionings, and new data. This is why a newborn baby has limited vision, not because of a lack of sight, but because of the lack of data in the brain to ‘evaluate’ the information.