Is consciousness a spiritual creation?
Will the contents of consciousness move over to spirit after dissolution of the individual?
Consciousness is universal, it exists everywhere as a primary life-giving force. It's not generated by the brain but is processed in the microtubules of the brain cells. When we pass on, the quantum information located in the microtubules distributes and dissipates to the universe at large and consciousness goes with it. Consciousness IS spirit.
DRNM = dearreadingnichemind of SPARKSTER
covers obviously memory wealth from the beginning of time.
To be more aware of past content than present content is awesome for a ZEN person digesting in silence time the overwhelming daily influx.
Does consciousness inform the bodymindheart system of some impending events
concocted by the impersonal past?
Wednesdaysmile from teresahewesufabencinic
"It was once thought that the soul resided in the heart. With modern medicine, we now believe that having a heart transplant doesn't make you have a different soul. Does the soul reside in the brain? - only if the soul is a by-product of brain and body's chemical reactions.
The mind-body problem regarding the soul is called dualism and has been upended with neuroscience." - http://hub.me/a63En
DRNM = dearreadingnichemind of ptosis
The stellage captivating in a daliesque way
This spiritual being does not own nor is owned by a soul which is a religious definition serving as a bridge to a godhead...
this brain seems to work autonomously...
Life comes from Consciousness Itself. Spirit with a capital 'S' is the Western equivalent. The soul is a divine spark of Consciousness and is part and parcel of Consciousness. You might say that it is another word for that which is, the 'I am' state.
Life is a birthless and deathless Absolute and from this Absolute, everything else or Sat, Chit, Ananda (Existence, Consciousness, Bliss) protrudes. In our own realm, we call this Creation. The soul (individual spark of life within the physical) is immortal and yes, will return to the inner regions once the body dies.
by Alexander A. Villarasa 6 years ago
The eminent and prominent physicist, Stephen Hawkings avers, in an interview with a British magazine, that the human brain is nothing more than a computer, and when that computer malfunctions then stops operating altogether, the human who has that computer( brain), dies and does not...
by ptosis 3 years ago
The soul, by definition, is meta-physical and is thought that the soul would be connected to the brain, not within the brain.It used to be thought that the soul resided in your heart - but getting a heart transplant doesn't make you into a different person. So - if some time in the future -...
by renju mathew 10 years ago
According to me religion can give nothing to yout soul.Religion will not take you any where except to satisfy some social obligations.
by Roshan Sharma 4 years ago
What's your practice to stay in the soul-consciousness? ( Mention any Three).> I sit in silence for two minutes, before I begin any work.> I meditate on soul-consciousness at least twice a day.> I try to maintain a circle ( people) that practice soul-consciousness.
by Rod Martin Jr 8 years ago
C.V.Rajanposted said on the forum thread, "What is the most important verse in the bible?", "The kingdom of God is within you."That's one of my favorites, as is the one that we can do the miracles Jesus did and even greater ones. Also, I like the one where Jesus reminds his...
by bdn9385 4 years ago
Do you think the knowledge of the person is saved in his brain or in his spirit?Science claims the brain is the depository of all human knowledge. The scripture recorded "what things soever a man so knoweth save the spirit of man that is in him and of God, the spirit of God".
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