Dec 25, 2020

Consciousness: Redefining the Mind-Body Problem

Posted by in categories: neuroscience, physics

Consciousness is fundamental, pre-exists our Universe and manifests in everything that we think of as real. A brain, as important as it seems, is nothing more than the way that non-local consciousness operates at an “avatar” level during a lifetime. The evidence that all of this is true is consistent and overwhelming. But mainstream science is still bound by the centuries-old “materialist dogma” and stuck with the “hard problem” of consciousness. ​If we assume that consciousness doesn’t arise from the brain activity, as some neuroscientists still presume to be true, where does it come from? #consciousness #mind #self #theology #physics

Discussion of the hard problem of consciousness with certain solutions in phenomenology, possibilities of mind-uploading and implications…

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