Just wanted to share this.
When I was in my early adolescence (some 45 years or so ago) I had a dream that I now connect to the whole issue of 3-D vision.
I had recently been evaluated for B.V and given the facts: I didn't use my eyes the way most people do, so I didn't have depth perception. And that's why I had trouble doing things like catching things and going down stairs.
I didn't think much about it then. At least not consciously.
My family lived in an apartment on the 5th. floor in NYC. The top of the building next-door was level with my window, and there was just a small distance between the two. I had often wondered if I could jump from my window to that building. (I never really thought about what I would do should I succeed!) But I wasn't really sure about the distance so I never tried.
In the dream I woke up and looked across my room to the window. The sky was that color of blue-grey where you sometimes can't tell if it's clouds or pre-dawn sky.
So I got up and walked to the window.
On the roof across from my window there was a figure.
I got up on the window sill and stepped across the gap and onto the roof.
The figure (male?) reached out his hands to me and I reached mine out to him. Wen met and clasped hands and easily, naturally, he swung me up over his head.
And then we proceeded to make a mobile, 3-D sculpture. Drawing power from gravity up through our bodies and flowing it through our limbs we moved--forming, changing, evolving the shapes of the volumes of space between us. It was a work of art; a duet performed in and of space and time...
Until I read Sue's book I didn't have the words. or even the concepts ("the shapes of the volumes of space") to describe what I'd experienced in my dream.
I have no idea what this means with respect to VT. (I'm don't know yet if I will be able to do VT.) I Just wanted to tell it here, to people who would understand what this it was about.