posted on Feb, 27 2013 @ 03:45 AM
Originally posted by angrysniper
Originally posted by Angle
I thought about posting this.
Could it be true, reading the bible, in all it's codes activates brainregions that weren't used before? Or does that just happen growing up?
There is no such thing as an "unused brain region." Every part of the brain is used.
Just like every part of a fat lazy slobs body is used, one could say... It's all there, but is it in good shape??
Personally I have noticed that something wise beyond the literal ego meaning is hidden in many writings.. The Bible, Shakespeare, Koran, many hidden
codes understood in more of a subconscious way..
I very much have a feeling similar to meditation as the wisdom hits some layer below me that I can't quite see, until it bursts forth. Some texts are
like an equation that can't be solved linearly.. Calculus speaks to this, and yet people think in lines even though advanced math doesn't.. Some of
these things follow curves and greater than cubed expressions.. Meaning above 3D understanding..
YES it does change your brain. Simple answer.