i believe that "wholeness" exists. wholeness is the state of being healthy.
the entirety of you, complete with memory (or recognition of things), has
a presence someplace. it may be that in your dream states, you've been
able to reestablish your union with that presence. most, if not all, of us
humans have experienced a seeming separation from our greater whole,
through the process involved with becoming physically incarnate here.
i view "reality" as an experience that is had... not some framework in which
existence takes place. the experience of losing track of the connection to
wholeness is imaginable; i've had that experience firsthand; i've observed
that reality. it's not unusual in this world to have done so.
you'd had an interesting typo in titling this thread Melahin
a tract is "an area of indefinite extent, typically a large one".
it could be up to you, arbitrarily, to determine the extent of your
forgetfulness. so far as i know, you might decide it appropriate
to come into complete remembrance of your wholeness at any
given moment (the tract of it is "indefinite", not preordained) .