Professor Chaudhuri of Calcutta has kindly written in to alert us to the fact that "mental acts may impact in many ways on our object-laden world." "Art," he points out, "can surpass what even a gifted imaginer can imagine; and this is unlike anything that is straightforwardly miraculous, as in the Old Testament." It is, rather, "the imbrication of the 'real' with the 'imagined,' the quick transition between imagination and concrete reality, that creates a miasma-like milieu where dream world and real world coincide and collide as you step from one into another." He says it reminds him of a film entitled "Inception" which I have not seen - has kleines c perhaps?
He also advises us to learn the Sanscrit language, which is "important beyond measure" for present-day poets.