posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 05:15 PM
reply to post by jiggerj
I watched a documentary on something of this nature a while ago. Of course, my first thought was for those that believe our consciousness comes not
from the brain, but out there somewhere. How can a brain determine someone's evil intent if that intent comes from the universal consciousness?
that's a loooooooooOOOOooong explanation.
A person is multidimensional in this existence here on earth. There are bodily impulses, hunger, expel(urine/feces/vomit), sexual, fear, etc. There
are emotional responses. There are mental responses.
No matter which is taking place at what time or what combination thereof, there remains forever an observer of all of these. The part of you that
observes the impulses of all of these aspects, is not necessarily the same as the rest of these aspects.
For example, everything that an eyeball see's, is not the eye. Everything that the ear hears, is not the ear. Everything that the tongue tastes, is
not the tongue. Everything that the observer observes, is not the observer**** (Please take note, that with practice, you remain in a state of no
thought.) ...which means you are not the thinker of thoughts or those thoughts.... but the observer of them.
So much more to it than that
Of course, my first thought was for those that believe our consciousness comes not from the brain, but out there somewhere.
Some experience this to be so ...which is sooooo much further beyond belief. IF someone tells me, "I believe in so and so....." ok cool, I will
wrestle logically with the possibility and keep in consideration theoretically." If someone says, "I have experienced so and so....." ...well then
this has much more of my attention, because that means that this kind of experience is possibly accessible by others. Just like Buddha said, "Reality
and You, work in such and such ways ...however don't take my word for it. Instead see for yourself if it is so. Here's how you can find these
things.......(blueprints)" I checked alot of those claims and found them to be true ...like for example the mind creating an illusion of reality by
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