God is in the Neurons. This 20 min video on Neurotheology brings pretty convincing answer. Find God inside yourself now.

 

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Anybody visualising as a kid a white bearded God living in the sky, sitting on a cloud and watching Humanity from up up above? Well, it’s high time to reverse that concept and let go off this illusionary fyxation 😉 This short video with scientific background embedded in quantum physics / mechanics and neuroscience unfolds a beautiful picture here of the potential of human brain – picturing each of us as God. So, look no further for God as inside of your own psyche…

“This video is presented for educational and enlightenment purposes only. ‘God is in The Neurons’ is the first chapter of the ‘Athene’s Theory of Everything’ documentary and covers the research that was done by Chiren Boumaaza, (aka ‘Athene’,) in the year 2010.”

“Neurotheology, also known as spiritual neuroscience, attempts to explain religious experience and behaviour in neuroscientific terms. It is the study of correlations of neural phenomena with subjective experiences of spirituality and hypotheses to explain these phenomena.” (Wikipedia)

“In 1949, Donald Hebb, a Canadian neuropsychologist, wrote what has become known as Hebb’s axiom: “Neurons that fire together wire together.” Each experience we encounter, whether a feeling, a thought, a sensation—and especially those that we are not aware of—is embedded in thousands of neurons that form a network (“net”). Repeated experiences become increasingly embedded in this net, making it easier for the neurons to fire (respond to the experience), and more difficult to unwire or rewire them to respond differently.

This is a good thing when learning the name of a new acquaintance—the net helps us to remember; but not so good when being yelled at repeatedly as a child—the net also remembers this, and has a difficult time knowing how to respond later in life when someone raises their voice with us. Renewing our minds is all about creating new, healthy nets that fire together so they can wire together.” ( Curt Thompson, M.D. is the founder of Being Known and the author of Anatomy of the Soul.)

This is a short excerpt that  I just wrote down from the epilogue of this video. Thought the message is THAT wonderful that it deserves being put into written words, to escape its evaporation and dissolution while listening to spoken words in the presented film :

“In quantum mechanics we have learnt to approach reality differently and see everything as probabilities instead of certainties. In a mathematical sense, everything is possible. As well as in science as in our daily life, the extend to which we can calculate or figure out probabilities is determined by our intellectual capabilities to recognize patterns. The less biased we are, the clearer we can identify these patterns and base our actions on reasonable probabilities. Since it’s in the very nature of our brain’s left hemisphere, to deny ideas that do not fit in our current paradigm, the more attached we are to a belief system, the less able we are to make conscious choices for ourselves. But by observing this process, we expand our awareness and enhance our free will.  (…) The question is not whether our beliefs are right or wrong, but whether or not, being emotionally attached to them, is more or less likely going to benefit us. There is o such thing as free choice while being emotionally attached to a belief system. The moment we are self aware enough to realise this, we can truly work together to figure out the real odds of what will benefit us the most. “

Find the link to the film beneath. The video is quite good and definitely will initiate you into the world  of quantum physics and how correlated its laws and theories are with human body. I know there is a season of watching Oscar winning movies  replays lately but … yeah…That is pretty much what I call my evening before bed chillin’ movie nytes 😉

Neurotheology ➽ God is in The Neurons

Blessings my dear fellow Gods 😉

QA

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