Energy doesn't die, according to Albert Einstein it can change form from matter to energy.
Energy doesn't and has never 'lived' either. Einstein discoverd that energy and matter are interchangeable expressions of the same fundamental
aspect of nature, which is what his famous equation E=mc squared quantifies. This does not mean that we know what energy itself is? We know the
different types of 'flavours' energy manifests as, such as kinectic energy
(motion) and potential energy
(matter), for instance, but
we do not know what it is that underlies these different manifestations, no one does.
Then with philosophy and mysticism we use our pineal gland to more or less tap in to Astral plane or access a different state of
Philosophical and esoteric teachings have indeed linked the pineal gland with mystical traditions, but unfortunately, the pineal gland's function is
much more mundane. Well, when I say mundane I actually mean it has a more down-to-earth function.
As I stated in my earlier post, light and day affects our bodies, and it is the pineal gland that when stimulated by varying light levels (via the
optic nerves) produces the hormone melatonin, which plays a part in the human sleep/awake cycle. The pineal gland is associated with human circadian
rhythms, and also sexual growth and the onset of puberty, playing an important role in children ensuring that they do not come into sexual growth
before puberty. The gland, itself, is certainly not a doorway to some fantastical realm beyond the senses.
(Through) Quantum mechanics we can create our (own) realities. The only place I have been able to create reality is when I am dreaming. Maybe
this is what they were talking about creating our own reality but in the energy side of life and not the physical world.
What you are stating here is to do with the thinking that we create our own realities, which is clearly not the case. This has to do with the
proposition that there is nothing but mental stuff and mental events, that there is no physical stuff. It is an alternative
philosophical argument that seeks to answer the age old philosophical debate regarding the mind/body problem - how mind relates to the physical body?
The other two important arguments (although there are more) are materialism
- there is no mind, just physical stuff; and Dualism
mind and body are two distinct separate components that hold a symbiotic relation to one another, that the world is made up of physical and mental
stuff. No one argument has been able to account for all the phenomenon we experience, and have thus far failed to answer the puzzle. Here's a
question for you to ponder, and it has a very important bearing on NDE.
Do you think that we have a 'mind' that is 'conscious', or a 'conscious' that we perceive as 'mind'?