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Can humans understand fact at once? will we input right into a mode the place area and time are meaningless yet which feels extra genuine than whatever you have ever skilled? it's a universal topic in spiritual concept, fairly within the East, that the truth we understand in our daily waking recognition is an phantasm - a lot as a stick in water seems to be 'broken' simply because of the refracting gentle. such a lot folks could brush aside this advice, apart from the actual fact that technology is starting to say an analogous. sleek physics in actual fact issues out that we reside in a universe the place area and time could be obdurate illusions. The exciting query is: How did mystics who lived greater than 2,000 years in the past come to an identical conclusions with no the help of medical tools or complicated arithmetic? Is there quite a undying and spaceless sphere that we will be able to entry right here and now by means of simply changing techniques within the human mind? This ebook goals to respond to this query. It additionally offers insights on how our darkish bioplasma our bodies (whose life is theorized by means of darkish Plasma idea) speak with our biochemcial brains and the influence of mind laterlization at the autopsy nation of our darkish bioplasma our bodies.

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Taking a negative approach, we could be dismayed that there will never be one solution. We will never reach the target — only circumambulate around it. ’ Hegelian Cycles — Knowledge breeding Knowledge Sure, a house is real, but what does it look like? That depends on whether you view it from the front or the back. Sure, an electron is real, but is it a wave or a particle? That depends on what sort of experiment you design to detect it. Sure, your theory of the universe works pretty well. But it’s not the only theory that works well, and another one, in some cases might work better, even though at other times it works worse.

But Professor Holmes believes there may be another far more prosaic explanation for her visions. At the age of nine, Ellen suffered a severe blow to her head. As a result, she was semi-conscious for several weeks and so ill she never returned to school. Following the accident, Ellen’s personality changed dramatically and she became highly religious and moralistic. And for the first time in her life, she began to have powerful religious visions. Professor Holmes is convinced that the blow to Ellen’s head caused her to develop temporal lobe epilepsy.

To avoid a 23 jay alfred | brains and realities cognitive overload, it treats it as a black box. Is this unconscious processing going on in the universal mind-brain? This question will be explored in a later chapter, including to what extent scientists believe that the universe, as a whole, operates as a supercomputer. Intent The strength of our intent affects the priority the intelligent unconscious assigns to a problem. The higher the priority the larger the area freed up in the mind to process the question.

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