I can see things visually, and I can imagine things in my mind, and hallucination is visually seeing an imagined thing. I'm wondering how this works and a few questions in regards to it.
If a person who is currently hallucinating is visually seeing what his mind has imagined, then does that mean that while in this hallucinogenic state where his imagination is being transposed onto his visual image, then if he purposely imagines something else would it override his current hallucination with a new hallucination he thought up? It not, why?
To a degree if I concentrate I can make something look to me as if it is slightly moving, or make myself feel as if the earth is swinging back and forth, subconscious unintentional hallucinations seem much more powerful however, why?