Were there no self-protection - which prevents the uncontrolled penetration of foreign perceptions, thought-vibrations and feeling-vibrations, and which can be steered and opened as desired with sufficient mastering of the fine-material realm and thereby also with the mastering of the reading of thoughts - then the brain would be uninterruptedly subjected to a monstrous flood of foreign perception-based, thought-based and feeling-based stimulations which could not be coped with and which would inevitably lead to insanity.
However, in order to hinder that, because the Earth human has indeed turned to purely rational understanding, the brain has learned, in the course of evolution, to organise and select everything.
Basically, still to say is that the whole of the entirety is the consciousness which works according to a structured system and according to a certain graded order.
The consciousness and its state of evolution is therefore the principal factor of the whole and this would be disturbed in all its functions if it consciously devoted itself to the putatively illogical in regard to its function, capabilities and possibilities, and it would be subjected to permanent stimulations, respectively, fluidal, fine-material vibrations of foreign perceptions, thoughts and feelings.
Thereby the consciousness itself, as well as all its forms, structures and the entire graded order, would be weakened.
But so that that cannot happen, the brain, in the course of evolution, has developed a system of protection through which it is protected from uncontrollable external stimulations, respectively, fine-material influences.
If this protection system did not exist then the human would topple into a bottomless abyss of contradictory information and, as said, fall victim to insanity.
Finally dreams - which vouchsafe admission into that which is fine-material - come into play when some information or other reaches, out of this realm, into the consciousness.
Thereby the human's dreams open a world which he cannot perceive in his rational understanding if he does not create the ability to penetrate into the fields of his fine-matter sensing and make its faculties consciously and controllably useful.
Through the world of dreams all physical laws as well as all laws of space-time are disempowered whereby things can be perceived and understood which remain concealed to the purely rational understanding's perception, at least in the waking state.
And the fact indeed is that the firmer the identity of a human, the more stable his psychic state, consequently he is cordoned off from other psychic states and is, in this regard, practically unassailable.
However, exactly that is a stipulation when the fine-matter abilities are to be worked on quite consciously, because a psychic burdening would have devastating results.
Therefore, fine-matter abilities which are consciously achieved are conditional on a healthy and strong psyche, which is non-existent with precisely any human who achieves fine-matter perception through incisive events, because, through their tragically acquired fine-matter capabilities, they become, as a rule, labile in their thoughts/feelings and thereby also psychically labile because they are not able to cope with it all.
That, however, leads to the fine-material capabilities, such as thought-reading and empathy, becoming stronger and it leads to a state in which they can finally take the upper hand, whereby often schizophrenic effects come about as well as isolation from the societal structure.
And yet to say is that, naturally, not all incisive events lead to the effected person gaining the capacity for the perception of the fine-material abilities because the traumatic experience, or event, does not itself establish the essential factor for that, rather it is fundamentally established by the psyche's condition, which is formed through the consciousness via the worlds of thoughts and feelings.
The more stably formed the psychic state, the less danger exists that a defective faculty of fine-material perception can result, and indeed it is all the same regardless of whichever kind of traumatic experience or event it even may be.
Therefore, with conscious and willing learning, and utilization, of fine-matter perception, it is unavoidably necessary that the entire world of the consciousness as well as the world of thoughts and feelings, as well as the psyche, are in an immaculate condition, otherwise dangers pertaining to confusion, and so forth, are evoked, which cannot be assessed and prevented.