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spiritech0   posted:2/13/2012 2:33:35 PM  (Reply)
http://www.crystalinks.com/medbrain.html
My take on that article? People who're trying to figure out their own brains take a moment to compute "religion":

I practice "Transcendental Meditation", and all I will tell you is to experience it yourself.

Is anyone else wondering why religion is scientifically frustrating? Cuz I'm not.
spooky1   posted:2/13/2012 7:21:00 PM  (Reply)

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spiritech0  posted:2/13/2012 2:33:35 PM  (Reply)
http://www.crystalinks.com/medbrain.html
My take on that article? People who're trying to figure out their own brains take a moment to compute "religion":

I practice "Transcendental Meditation", and all I will tell you is to experience it yourself.

Is anyone else wondering why religion is scientifically frustrating? Cuz I'm not.
Hey spirit, IV always.wonder why people in the scientific field try to prove religion? Things like this are not r apart of science. Science can only go so far & we are not meant to no everything . Plus science seems to prove itself wrong a lot of the time
Ars Mysteriorum   posted:2/13/2012 7:30:29 PM  (Reply)
They have. Look at my Archaeus Project thread.

Also, I suggest this book as an introduction to the already quite present scientific research of the mind and the physics of thought:

Dream Telepathy: Experiments in Nocturnal Extra Sensory Perception by Montague Ullman, M.D. and Stanley Krippner, Ph.D. with Alan Vaughan
breeld   posted:2/13/2012 8:02:52 PM  (Reply)

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spiritech0  posted:2/13/2012 2:33:35 PM  (Reply)
http://www.crystalinks.com/medbrain.html
My take on that article? People who're trying to figure out their own brains take a moment to compute "religion":

I practice "Transcendental Meditation", and all I will tell you is to experience it yourself.

Is anyone else wondering why religion is scientifically frustrating? Cuz I'm not.
Funny you should mention this today. Just this morning I was thinking of asking if anyone knew a really good way to meditate. As I mentioned before, I have the Jose Silva stuff, but it isn`t doing it for me. So I`ll look up TM. Hope I can find some FREE sites on it. lol
spiritech0   posted:2/14/2012 12:44:33 PM  (Reply)

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Ars Mysteriorum  posted:2/13/2012 7:30:29 PM  (Reply)
They have. Look at my Archaeus Project thread.

Also, I suggest this book as an introduction to the already quite present scientific research of the mind and the physics of thought:

Dream Telepathy: Experiments in Nocturnal Extra Sensory Perception by Montague Ullman, M.D. and Stanley Krippner, Ph.D. with Alan Vaughan
Oh, yeah! You've suggested this book before... Makes me think of the legendary original "assassins", the movie "Dreamscape", and Freddy m-f'ing Krueger. Yeah, the latter two are fiction, but the reality of how the energy of thought affects the brain/body's energy which then affects the environment is devastatingly real. For example:


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/science-news/9065589/Troops-could-control-guns-with-their-minds-scientists-suggest.html


This is decades-old news rehashed for giggles this month, but if a tiny bit of faith can move mountains, then prayer may as well be telepathic contact with a supreme intelligence. Excuse me, Supreme Intelligence. Intelligent, because learning does not end. Oh, and thanks for making me thin my wallet to expand my library and my mind, Mr AM.
Levinus   posted:2/17/2012 7:45:46 AM  (Reply)

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spooky1  posted:2/13/2012 7:21:00 PM  (Reply)
Hey spirit, IV always.wonder why people in the scientific field try to prove religion? Things like this are not r apart of science. Science can only go so far & we are not meant to no everything . Plus science seems to prove itself wrong a lot of the time
"We are not meant to no everything," you say? I beg to differ. It is our destiny to understand our world.

Science does prove itself wrong, I'll give you that. But it only does so by the scientific method. For example, proving that we revolve around the sun busted holes in a lot of dumbass theories. But regardless...the new theory is still science. So by proving itself wrong, it also proves itself right. You follow me? Science doesn't really self-destruct. It improves on itself...forever.

Religions tend to lack any evidence to support their unusual claims. And when put to the test...instead of changing their ideas (like scientists changing hypothesis), religions get all defensive and grouchy. Violent too. (Hence Crusades, 9-11, witch trials, etc).

However, I do believe there is a general distaste among the scientific community for spiritual matters. Which is a pity. Because there is plenty of research to be done in the fields of meditation, prayer, and the affects of thought.

That Crystallinks place is a pretty good site. I checked out some of their physics information and it looked pretty good.
spooky1   posted:2/17/2012 9:02:59 AM  (Reply)

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Levinus  posted:2/17/2012 7:45:46 AM  (Reply)
"We are not meant to no everything," you say? I beg to differ. It is our destiny to understand our world.

Science does prove itself wrong, I'll give you that. But it only does so by the scientific method. For example, proving that we revolve around the sun busted holes in a lot of dumbass theories. But regardless...the new theory is still science. So by proving itself wrong, it also proves itself right. You follow me? Science doesn't really self-destruct. It improves on itself...forever.

Religions tend to lack any evidence to support their unusual claims. And when put to the test...instead of changing their ideas (like scientists changing hypothesis), religions get all defensive and grouchy. Violent too. (Hence Crusades, 9-11, witch trials, etc).

However, I do believe there is a general distaste among the scientific community for spiritual matters. Which is a pity. Because there is plenty of research to be done in the fields of meditation, prayer, and the affects of thought.

That Crystallinks place is a pretty good site. I checked out some of their physics information and it looked pretty good.
I understand what ur saying.I'm just sick of hearing science proves there is no God so I'm supposed to believe it. A lot of times whats in my head doesn't come out in words as I like but I'm trying, please bear with me :)
spiritech0   posted:2/17/2012 2:36:34 PM  (Reply)
I, too tire of the "there is no God" thing. If anything is remotely true about God, is that there is always a superior being, more intelligent, wiser, uncannily tech savvy, exceptionally creative, impossibly brutal, unbelievably compassionate, etcetera ad nauseum...

I'm not Catholic, but the Vatican gets +1 internets for their ET comments. So I say, thank God for scientific curiosity and self-worth.
Levinus   posted:2/17/2012 5:44:45 PM  (Reply)

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spiritech0  posted:2/17/2012 2:36:34 PM  (Reply)
I, too tire of the "there is no God" thing. If anything is remotely true about God, is that there is always a superior being, more intelligent, wiser, uncannily tech savvy, exceptionally creative, impossibly brutal, unbelievably compassionate, etcetera ad nauseum...

I'm not Catholic, but the Vatican gets +1 internets for their ET comments. So I say, thank God for scientific curiosity and self-worth.
Science makes no claim about god existing or not. Science will provide evidence and eventually prove a concept. Science doesnt care about a god. But the controversy occurs when religion says a god created the earth in seven days. Science proves this is false, not that god is.
spooky1   posted:2/17/2012 5:54:24 PM  (Reply)

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Levinus  posted:2/17/2012 5:44:45 PM  (Reply)
Science makes no claim about god existing or not. Science will provide evidence and eventually prove a concept. Science doesnt care about a god. But the controversy occurs when religion says a god created the earth in seven days. Science proves this is false, not that god is.
Iv certainly heard different from everyone even remotely involved in the science field. I'm not trying to argue that's just been my experience.
LincolnGenghis   posted:5/3/2012 6:53:04 PM  (Reply)
Jaxerback   posted:5/3/2012 7:07:45 PM  (Reply)

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Levinus  posted:2/17/2012 5:44:45 PM  (Reply)
Science makes no claim about god existing or not. Science will provide evidence and eventually prove a concept. Science doesnt care about a god. But the controversy occurs when religion says a god created the earth in seven days. Science proves this is false, not that god is.
"science"is practiced by homosapiens,we pretend to know,when we really have no idea!!Dark matter for example,what is that?Quantum theory?We know nothing!!
LincolnGenghis   posted:5/5/2012 10:06:04 AM  (Reply)

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Levinus  posted:2/17/2012 5:44:45 PM  (Reply)
Science makes no claim about god existing or not. Science will provide evidence and eventually prove a concept. Science doesnt care about a god. But the controversy occurs when religion says a god created the earth in seven days. Science proves this is false, not that god is.
Well I think the 7 day thing might be misunderstood allot of the time. We measure a day by our standards using the spinning of the earth on its access. A day in the biblical context could be referencing an entirely different method of measurement for a day. It could be in Galactic days, Universal days or something else beyond our present level of understanding. 1 day could be the equivalent to thousands or even millions of what we consider earth years.

And given the crazy level of astronomy that the ancients seemed to posses and understand I think it would be possible that the days in question may have been referencing some other method of celestial time keeping.

60s child   posted:5/6/2012 11:28:48 AM  (Reply)
Time was made up by man to measure his worth to his superiors,[before the measuring of time, men only observed the seasons, time was invented along with the concept of wages] that is all, because in all other senses of the word time is an illusion, like everything else.
Jaxerback   posted:5/6/2012 8:23:53 PM  (Reply)
we have no idea!!
like your way of illusional thinking!!
Jaxerback   posted:5/6/2012 8:45:04 PM  (Reply)
Whether tis nobleer in the mind..too bee or not to be!that is the question..Cryto catholisisism...Personally,I have belief in nothing!!
60s child   posted:5/7/2012 7:35:24 AM  (Reply)

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Levinus  posted:2/17/2012 7:45:46 AM  (Reply)
"We are not meant to no everything," you say? I beg to differ. It is our destiny to understand our world.

Science does prove itself wrong, I'll give you that. But it only does so by the scientific method. For example, proving that we revolve around the sun busted holes in a lot of dumbass theories. But regardless...the new theory is still science. So by proving itself wrong, it also proves itself right. You follow me? Science doesn't really self-destruct. It improves on itself...forever.

Religions tend to lack any evidence to support their unusual claims. And when put to the test...instead of changing their ideas (like scientists changing hypothesis), religions get all defensive and grouchy. Violent too. (Hence Crusades, 9-11, witch trials, etc).

However, I do believe there is a general distaste among the scientific community for spiritual matters. Which is a pity. Because there is plenty of research to be done in the fields of meditation, prayer, and the affects of thought.

That Crystallinks place is a pretty good site. I checked out some of their physics information and it looked pretty good.
A good place to start where physics meets metaphysics would be The Sourcefield Investigations by David Wilcox, he does an excellent job explaining the physics behind the religion, although in all honesty religion was invented by man to control man. As for GOD we are all gods, we are all creator beings, this is what so-called religious sects/gangs have denied you since we allowed religion to take away from us our power to understand this, Another couple of good reads concerning the electromagnetic forcefields that surround us here on earth and its effects on us is Lynn Mctaggert called The Field and Michio Kaku does a cracking job explaining the physics behind some of the mysteries known to man like time travel. in Parallel Worlds.
LincolnGenghis   posted:5/12/2012 5:11:36 PM  (Reply)


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