Saturday, May 4, 2013

Consciousness After Death: Strange Tales From the Frontiers of Resuscitation Medicine

An interesting article courtesy of Wired Magazine, which, among other aspects of NDE, includes an interview with Dr Sam Parnia, the author of  "Erasing Death: The Science That Is Rewriting the Boundaries Between Life and Death"

The reason for posting this article are certain key features of what Dr Parnia is describing in terms of his  findings regarding the coherency between the receiver and the received in withdrawing one's personal library from a delimited quantum plenum once one has been separated from a cellular state , which then becomes a simulated experiential environment whose qualities which, in turn, become virtual in the provinces of the mind, which was dealt with in the last post using the metaphor of mirrors and membranes.
 Enfoldment of a seeming unlimited library of all possibilities of a proverbial genomic memory as well as a state of energy as information which appears to serve as both a reflective surface dependant on one's anticipation as well as having a state that in waking consciousness remains "dark" or non-material to our sensory systems.

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