Would you mind going further in-depth about your "energy resonance hypothesis?"
Bearing in mind that it is only a hypothesis, a philosophical one at that, but one where I try to use as much validated science fact as possible, it
is a series of thoughts that bring disparate strands together to weave a plausible scene of what underlies certain aspects of our existence.
Initially, I wanted to bed the core elements of NDE within a reality framework. The compulsion of this was that I like the idea of immersed
consciousness as depicted during the 'life review' when encounters with beings-of-light took place. These episodes only occur in deep NDE, and are
tutorial in their context. Rather like taking a multiple choice exam and then finding out what the answers were immediately after.
Everything that occurs to us throughout our life experience from cradle to grave is captured and assimilated as memory; according to NDE literature,
nothing is lost, it is all captured for playback at the right time. Very similar to watching a film, images of one's life flash into impression in
one's mind, and one can zoom in on particular scenes and relive them in total sensory recall of them, but with an added feature. We literally get to
feel the emotions (good and bad) our actions, our non-actions, caused others to feel...we get to understand ourselves through the conscious experience
others have of us. We feel the pain we caused them and the joy. Most people's experience of this would be moderate, but of course, they are many whom
undergo extremes of it due to the life they led.
I thought this form of 'instant karma' was a good thing, even though it is supposedly a traumatic experience, even in moderation. It's process of
enlightenment is devastating, and though it occurs within a non-judgemental scenario, one does tend to admonish oneself very harshly. I thought what
if this was true, and what if it could be proven to be true, would it compel people to behave differently towards one another in a more positive and
brotherly way? I thought that if people knew what they had to face when they died, maybe they would change? So I set out to place the event within the
bedrock of reality.
Decades of lay research later brought me to realise just how naive I was, post-mortem consciousness cannot be true, because once the physical body is
destroyed, there is no power source to maintain all content of memory, and there are no sensory inputs available. Life after death is simply an
illusion of wishful thinking. Nevertheless, my research enabled me to author something of a plausible hypothesis for consciousness during physical
life, and in the process provide for some rather enlightening conclusions.
I'd be happy to relate an overview of my hypothesis, with emphasis on the more important points, but it is as I stated earlier, just an
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