Evidence of a Soul?

Nkrumah Science / Spirituality 0 Comments

Magnetoencephalography (MEG) is a neuroimaging technique that uses extremely sensitive magnetometers to record the magnetic fields produced by the electrical currents occurring in the human brain.

American developmental biologist, Bruce Lipton, said of magnetoencephalography, “We’re now recognizing that the mind, which is an energetic field of thought which you can read with EEG wires on your brain or with a new process called magnetoencephalography (MEG), which reads the field without even touching the body. So it basically says that when you’re processing with your brain, you’re broadcasting fields.“

Well, you know how things work around here. If a is true then what else must necessarily be true?

Broadcasting.

Interesting choice of word.

I would argue that anyone who is truly objective that critically examines the evidence of near-death experiences would conclude that it shows beyond a reasonable doubt that the brain cannot possibly be the source of consciousness.

Well, if the brain isn’t the source of consciousness, what is magnetoencephalography showing us? What are we looking at?

The soul?

For the first time, we can literally see the electromagnetic fields “broadcasting” when we are thinking and feeling. If this is true, we are constantly “broadcasting” everything we think and feel like a radio station.

This is the science that explains why people who have near-death experiences report that the exchange of information in “Elsewhere” is done through telepathy, as opposed to sounds produced through oral communication.

“They were talking in telepathy, which caught my attention. I was born profoundly deaf and had all hearing family members, all of which knew sign language! I could read or communicate with about twenty ancestors of mine and others through telepathic methods, It overwhelmed me.” (Long & Perry 207)

This “broadcasting field” explains why NDErs tell us that in Elsewhere it is impossible to keep your thoughts, feelings and intentions hidden from people around you. Anyone at any time can listen to your every thought, know your every feeling, your every intention.

This also explains how God knows what we are going to ask before we ask him as Jesus alludes to in Mathew 6:7-8
 7 And when you pray, do not keep on babbling like pagans, for they think they will be heard because of their many words. 8 Do not be like them, for your Father knows what you need before you ask him.

It makes sense. You have to think of what you want to say before the words came out of your mouth.

If we communicate this way in “Elsewhere” then we must surely communicate this way here as well. How does that make you feel, that, at some level, every thought and feeling you have ever had has been heard and registered by others on some subconscious level?

In fact, this discovery that our mind is actually an energetic field of thought makes the term “tuned in to” which is often used by intuitive people to describe how they access information, even more appropriate.

My friend Jean has often said that when she is receiving information in what we call readings, she is deliberately “tuning” into something to receive this guidance. She likened it to turning a tuning dial on a radio.

I also have friends who are intuitive in other ways. One friend in particular, doesn’t get information like Jean does, but instead, is extremely sensitive to what others around her are feeling. She may be watching a movie or working on a project and suddenly, inexplicably, get hit with an overwhelming sense that “I will be alone for the rest of my life.” Although it hasn’t always been the case, she now recognizes when she gets these feelings out of the blue that they are not originating from within her but from outside of her. Most often from someone she is connected to in some way. How did she figure it out? How do we figure out anything? We conduct an experiment! When this would happen, she would immediately begin calling her friends to see if any of them were going through anything that would evoke that type of feeling. She could often tell just by how they answered the phone if their tone and mood matched what she was feeling. Inevitably, she would make a call and a friend would answer sobbing, in the throws of emotion and she would learn that they had just recently gone through a breakup and had just felt and thought they would be alone for the rest of their lives.

Coincidence? I say coincidence is a word that we use when we either don’t want to see the big picture or we don’t want to accept what is actually happening.

If this is true, that our consciousness is always broadcasting our every thought and feeling to anyone and everyone, how inaccurate it is of us to assume that all of our thoughts and feelings originate within our own heads? Clearly, tuning into the thoughts and feelings of others is possible if not happening all the time.

What about people who are unknowingly but intuitively tuning into the thoughts and feelings of others and don’t even realize that they are doing it? We live in a world where it is assumed that telepathy is impossible. If the world is telling you that what you are experiencing is impossible, then your options are very limited as to where you can go to help you make sense of what is happening or learn how to tune it out.

How lonely of a feeling that must be. My guess would be that many people would initially try self-medicating through recreational drugs to deaden their sensitivity. If they told someone about it or sought professional help, they would be prescribed prescription drugs to deaden their sensitivity. All because of misunderstandings and assumptions of the nature of consciousness and what is possible or not. It makes me wonder how many people have committed suicide or became recluses because they couldn’t tune out the information that they were picking up on from the people around them.

I would love to see if we could detect a broadcasting electromagnetic field around organisms that don’t have a brain, like flowers. Can magnetoencephalography provide evidence that we are all surrounded by thinking and feeling organisms?

I guess the next step, in relation to near-death experiences is to see if magnetoencephalography can measure magnetic fields at the time of death and then see if that pattern can be detected outside of the body at the time of death.

Now wouldn’t that be interesting?

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