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Originally posted by iiinvision
The spiritual realms and higher dimensions are composed of clear light that you cannot see...our earth has a vast amount of intricately connected lay lines of electromagnetic energy.
Science and spirituality together are the key. but without the religious dogma.
be your own authority and escape the container that strictly physical world thinking puts you in.
The biggest delusion of all is thinking that by putting protocols in place and following a "Scientific method" in practice, that you can overcome the delusions of the human mind or understand the real nature of anything.
Originally posted by Bigwhammy
That's right Hollywood! Experience does not necessarily always equal reality. If you are a materialist reductionist then your thoughts are merely chemical reactions occurring in a brain that came together by accidental chance.
There is no reason to assume it knows truth.
The overblown egos of science assume that human reason and our senses give us access to external reality and that the limiting factor to human knowledge is the limit of reality itself.
This is true of all naturalist materialists like Dawkins and crew.
They are suffering from the delusion of what philosopher Immanuel Kant calls the “enlightenment fallacy”.
Kant begins with a simple premise: all human knowledge is based on experience.
We gain access to reality through our five senses. This sensory input is then processed through our brains and central nervous systems. How do we know that our human perception of reality corresponds to reality itself?
The reality we comprehend is not reality in itself. It is just our take on reality. We have no basis to assume that our limited perceptions of reality ever resemble reality itself.
Science cannot know anything except through the lens and filter of the limited human mind and limited 5 senses.
Yes, our brains and our senses can often be fooled - witness optical illusions, the persistence-of-vision effect that allows us to see a sequence of still images as a moving picture, the effects of psychoactive drugs and the hallucinations experienced by shamans, religious visionaries and people undergoing near-death-experiences