i always unconciously say whats on other people's mind. like things that aren't related to the situation at all. like "oh i was just thinking that about that " moment.
Originally posted by stirling
Then memory IS external to the human brain...
There IS aan AKashic record of sorts and we are about to recieve the technology to enhance our ability to access all this?
Is that what hes sayin?
When will the 7 hertz brain machine be in stores dyou think?
Or maybe this guy end up shootng himself twice in the back in a suicide....
maybe why whales loose it an get beachd???could be very close there......
Can we enhance a signal o lead our kids home after they learn the frquency to tune in on of course.....
Does this mean we could borrow others skill sets as well?????
Any more ideas?
Originally posted by Taupin Desciple
This actually is pretty interesting. A scientific approach to the paranormal. Combine them long enough and you'll get fact out of the unexplained and it won't be paramormal anymore. Just plain normal.
But it looks like people here are confusing the "problem with the issue" so to speak. Some people see it as being able to read minds word for word, while others see it as feeling others' emotions. Those 2 are not the same. One is specific and one is general. If the right person looks at me at the right time, when I'm being overly emotional about something, they too will be able to pick up on my emotion.( They won't however be able to read my mind word for word) Whatever that emotion might be. It dosn't matter how much of a poker face I keep. I think it has to do with the LEVEL of emotion one person is putting out. Kind of like the amount of electrical currents that the human touch can feel and what it can't.
People picking up on others' emotions is nothing new. What I'd like to know is what sets off a seemingly random connection between 2 people. Do 2 people have to be on the same "wavelength" so to speak? And what puts them there? Have they ALWAYS been there? Does one person then have to send out a stronger than usual "signal" to attract the other? Why is it that some people can connect is this way while others can't? Why is it the term "when sparks fly" (referring to 2 people who hit it off before they even know each other personally), was coined long before anybody gave any serious thought to the "electrical" connection between people? Did we subconciously know this all along?
What this guy did was show how it's done so it can be scientifally proven. Without that kind of concrete and formally accepted truth, further research can't be done. So yes, I believe he's opening up quite a few doors here. Are we ready psychologically to go through them? Some of us and some of us aren't. But if 2 people are on the same wavelength, and they know it, I believe they're ready to know HOW it all works whether they realize that they're ready or not. ( If THAT makes any sense. )
edit on 9-2-2012 by Taupin Desciple because: Clarity
Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
Originally posted by VandettasI remember reading something about it a while ago. Apparently he was able to prove that there is a part in our brain designated to religious states of mind (as the poster above explains), it's this part of our brain that makes us sometimes believe that there is a higher power. If I remember correctly, he claimed that some people make use of this part of their brain much more than others. This part of the brain is basically our 'spiritual' center, and it's not just related to religious states of mind, but basically most spiritual frames of mind, so I'm not surprised to see that this has led to this discovery. PS -I am not religious but I'm a fairly spiritual type of person. I guess some people use this part of their brain in different ways.
"a device that stimulates temporal lobes with a weak magnetic field in order to produce religious states."
Religious states? A helmet can make someone who uses it religious?
Originally posted by Unity_99
The brain is just the equipment that channels the spirit/soul and true consciousness. And they know it. They've already proved this long ago.
So I wonder if he has an agenda opposite of his statements here.