k Here's the deal, man. I think I know where you're coming from. You're trying to figure sh*t out about the world, the universe, the nature of living and existence...all that jazz. And you don't have any sort of concrete views established in your own mind. It's fine to be in a nebulous state in regards to something as broadly defined as a 'belief', certainly in regards to something the epistemological size of 'nature of reality'. You're trying to work it out to establish some kind of solid 'belief' structure.
I get it. It's cool. It's fun, and, frankly, I find it to be a rather healthy and educational exercise.
Before you start trying to get others involved into your conversations, talking about this thing or that thing, you can't just approach it as a massive open 'blob' of semi-related words and throw them out there randomly. You've first got to make some attempt at connecting a few of those dots yourself. Sadly, there is no real rule of thumb for establishing if one has connected a sufficient number of dots to engage in a productive conversation with others. It's dependent upon yourself, the nature of the concepts or 'beliefs' being discussed, the state of your target audience, and any other myriad of parameters may contribute. So, really, the only way to determine if you've connected sufficient dots is to test it and begin the conversation. And if you've not connected a sufficient number of dots, it'll eventually, often very quickly, based upon the responses and feedback you receive. When you cannot even begin to articulate the questions you propose to ask - that is a blatant sign that you may need to revisit whatever concept or 'belief' it is with yourself. When you cannot distinguish random gibberish from whatever concept or 'belief' it is you're talking about - that is a blatant sign that you may need to revisit whatever concept or 'belief' it is with yourself. When every response to your posts and conversation points is 'what are you talking about' - that is a blatant sign that you may need to revisit whatever concept or 'belief' it is with yourself.
You started talking to yourself lately in this thread, and frankly, it doesn't look a whole lot different from the talking you were doing with other people. Your responses, to yourself, are random and arbitrary, without any discernible rhyme or reason. And the talking to yourself thing is fine, but, like masturbation, doing such a thing in public seeks to elicit varying reactions of shock, awe, disgust, irritation...but the one common reaction is for people to feel embarrassed for you.
I suggest you take a step back, spend some time meditating on whatever this 'frequency' or whatever the hell random words you want to use, what it's relation is to your beliefs and what questions you are seeking to ask and find answers for, and come back when you can at least get a better handle on how to communicate it to others.