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نویسنده: کتابدوست - ۱۳٩٢/٥/۱٩

The answer to that question is yes, according to the school of thought which states that all living things are energy. They give off an energy field, or an aura, which pulses. This energy operates on frequencies. The higher the frequency, the more cosmic, angelic, or God-like energies are experienced.

The soul has been characterized as an indefinable specter living inside the human body. In actuality, the human race is no more than spirit having a human experience. It has to have somewhere to live, where it can enjoy ever higher frequencies.

Science has proven that both lobes of the brain are capable of this higher frequency. Since the major religions state that to attain Godhead one must put self, or the ego frequency, aside, science appears to agree with the religions. The idea is that in subduing the self, a higher frequency is attainable.

Brain damage resulting from accidents isn’t the only arena being studied. Clerical persons accustomed to meditation have been studied, also. In both groups, the suborning of both left and right brains have been found to increase spirituality, thus increasing frequency and proving undeniably that there is a soul in the human body, residing in the brain.

Christof Koch

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نویسنده: کتابدوست - ۱۳٩٢/٥/۱٩

Most philosophers delve into deep subjects. In fact, when thinking about reality and life, most philosophers think about consciousness. However, this is a difficult subject to thinkabout as it is present in our everyday experiences. Here are three famous philosophers who delved into consciousness.


Sigmund Freud: The father of psychoanalysis thought that the libido controlled every aspect of a human. While he was influential and provided people with a lot of reading material, many of his ideas are not taken seriously in modern times.

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Alan Watts: This British philosopher drew most of his ideas from Eastern ideas. Though he was not a Buddhist or a Taoist, he felt that life was a dance and that everyone is God. While not popular in the United States while he was alive, he has managed to gain following from young people who seek more from life.


Carl Jung: This Swiss psychotherapist diverged from Freud in a lot of areas. Again, like Alan Watts, he felt that everyone was God in disguise and consciousness was like a mirror.


In reality, most people do not understand consciousness. In fact, people who study the brain still cannot explain even basic ideas or concepts about lie and the universe.

 

Christof Koch

 

 

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