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Science approaches Thesophical view of brain/mind

May 04, 1998 08:38 PM
by Bjorn Roxendal

> Both photographic holograms and distributed
> memory, however, are very resistant to damage. Holograms are information fields, and information (scalar) fields may be
> accessed and communicated in ways which are only recently becoming understood, that are not limited by space-time
> materialisation. In short, they have a 'life of their own' and this may provide an explanation for psychic phenomena, experiences
> out-of-the-body and past life recall. In other words, the brain is but an interface between the non-material scalar
> information-field or mind. In turn it is the spiritual viewpoint which implicitly creates this mind.
> The scalar fields are similarly holographic in nature, therefore any individual mind has potential access to the infinite mind of the
> universe, and given the appropriate coherent 'laser-beam' brain wavelengths this information can be accessed through the brain
> interface. Hemispheric synchronisation is a pre-requisite to this. This corresponds to Jung's 'collective consciousness' and
> indeed the hypotheses would go beyond the human race to include the scalar fields of all species and orders of classification, at
> all times and places: the Universal Mind. In this way the Being has access to all knowledge and is indeed creating this
> information.
> The interested reader may investigate the writings of David Bohm, Karl Pribram, Tom Bearden, Rupert Sheldrake, Michael
> Hutchison and Michael Talbot to discover the amazing breakthroughs in scientific research which have occurred in recent years,
> which de-mystify the subject of metaphysics. The aspects of case which relate to Man's spiritual nature are handled in full on
> The Meta-Programming Project.

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