But now it seems the internet is fostering a new kind of discussion about what reality actually is, including for the first time a new approach to consciousness and what many label the paranormal into what will later be recognized as normal.
I like that: "... the paranormal into what will later be recognized as normal." It sounds optimistic, like you are convinced that the world is improving continually.
That's why I am on this site. And I appreciate any experiences you can share. I've had a few.
The most simple yet incisive experience: remote viewing. I did it, it worked, and that was the end of the discussion.
The conclusion was simple: If you want to approach the truth, visit the fringes.
While at the beginning of this journey I was sure I would only have to go there, pick up this precious thing called truth and live happily ever after, I had to accept that this insight was only the beginning. At some point in time I started becoming aware of layers above layers of deception, factual or potential.
First, after correctly viewing details of pictures in an envelope, several times in a row, I felt like a pioneer. Like I had gone where not many people had been before. Later, I realized that I was more like a tourist visiting the Eiffel Tower: just one of countless visitors who are content with a little glimpse after a tedious ascent. That realm which can be remote viewed is filled with sign posts like a crossroads in a busy metropolis. (While remote viewing a medieval picture, I encountered something I'd interpret as a scarecrow.)
Do you mean experiences like these?
What did you experience?