Brains and Realities by Jay Alfred

By Jay Alfred

Can people understand fact without delay? will we input right into a mode the place house and time are meaningless yet which feels extra genuine than something you have ever skilled? it's a universal subject matter in spiritual concept, really within the East, that the truth we understand in our daily waking attention is an phantasm - a lot as a stick in water looks 'broken' simply because of the refracting gentle. such a lot folks may brush aside this recommendation, apart from the actual fact that technology is commencing to say a similar. smooth physics essentially issues out that we reside in a universe the place area and time will be obdurate illusions. The fascinating query is: How did mystics who lived greater than 2,000 years in the past come to a similar conclusions with no assistance from medical tools or complex arithmetic? Is there particularly a undying and spaceless sphere that we will entry the following and now by way of in basic terms changing procedures within the human mind? This booklet goals to respond to this query. It additionally presents insights on how our darkish bioplasma our bodies (whose lifestyles is theorized by means of darkish Plasma idea) converse with our biochemcial brains and the influence of mind laterlization at the autopsy nation of our darkish bioplasma our bodies.

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This means that there is no absolute, all-encompassing truth that can be given by a 1d theory. Multidimensional reality is much bigger than any particular 1d scientific or religious theory. However, particular scientific or religious 1d theories do convey relative truths — which are empirically or experientially testable. These relative truths have utility — its predictive and explanatory value (within the context of a particular universe). Theories are computable within their own dimensions, but non-computable across dimensions.

In other words, the world cannot be as it appears. e. suppressions by the brain of one attribute of a complementary pair of attributes due to cognitive dissonance in the brain. Symmetry in the void breaks down in a cascade due to this continuous suppression. The world that emerges from the cognitive suppression may appear to be substantive, but it is not. If dissonance reduces, however (for example by adopting a non-critical receptive right-brain approach), the suppression eases and symmetry is restored.

The experience of God, he says, is definitely produced in the brain. ‘There are certain brain patterns that can be generated experimentally that will generate the sense, presence and the feeling of God-like experiences,’ says Persinger. ’ Persinger originally set out to explore the nature of creativity and sense of self. But his research into patterns of brain activity led him to explore the nature of mystical experiences as well. To do this Persinger puts his subjects in a quiet room, depriving them of light and sound, so that the nerve cells typically involved in seeing and hearing are not stimulated.

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