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Consciousness Explained: Has the Most Unique Scientific Puzzle Finally Been Solved? (Video)

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Consider the evidence that our consciousness does not always reside in the physical body – considering the testimony of people who have had near-death experiences. What is the meaning of these experiences? Can an understanding or knowledge of them “expand our reality”? We will look at some cases of the “idiot savant” syndrome – “the foolish wise ones” – who are able to automatically perform great mental feats.

We will look at the research of people like Rick Strassman, Graham Hancock, Anthony Peake and Dr Gary Schwartz. We will also consider people’s other experiences of altered or expanded consciousness and how there seems to be an effort, in organised western cultures, to discourage or prevent us from experiencing these altered states of consciousness. This presentation will make you consider the nature of consciousness and its fundamental importance.

I host the Church of Mabus radio show and it is going on 8 years. I’ve been in the paranormal community for 20 years. I provide content from a network of sources and guests and allies. Ranging from Politics to the Paranormal and the Spiritual. You can check out my other articles here at my BIOGRAPHY at BIN and you can check out my free radio show at this link HERE. Thanks for showing your support and stopping by.

 

 

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