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 The Double Mirror theory is a philosophical concept proposed by Dylan Tauber, an American Israeli electronic musician and author. According to Tauber, the Double Mirror theory suggests that reality is a reflection of our inner selves, and that our inner selves are also a reflection of the outer reality. In other words, the external world is a mirror of our internal world, and vice versa.

  Tauber argues that the Double Mirror theory can help us understand the nature of reality, consciousness, and the human experience. He suggests that when we look at the world around us, we are not just observing it objectively, but rather we are projecting our own beliefs, perceptions, and emotions onto it. Similarly, when we look inward, we are not just observing our own thoughts and feelings, but we are also shaping the reality around us.

  Tauber believes that by recognizing the interconnectedness of the inner and outer worlds, we can gain a deeper understanding of ourselves and the world we live in. He also suggests that the Double Mirror theory can help us cultivate a more positive and harmonious relationship with ourselves and others, by encouraging us to recognize the ways in which we are all connected.

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