Re: Science approaches Thesophical view of brain/mind
May 05, 1998 11:41 AM
by Bjorn Roxendal
It is from http://www.business.u-net.com/~trans4mind/transform4.1.htm
A very interesting article!
Thoa Tran wrote:
> Hi Bjorn,
> Where did you get this post from? Science and Jung. Hmmm, up my alley.
> Is there a list that talks a lot about science and the metaphysical?
> Thoa :o)
> >> 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.
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