May 23, 2012 | Zen Gardner
The brain is a hunk of flesh. Amazing transceiver, but working on the fleshly side, like our bodies. It interprets. It is not spirit, it is alive but not life. It is not perception, in any way, shape or form. Yet it perceives at its own level.
We, however, are consciousness. And here we have bodies with brains.
In our current form, our nervous system consists of our brains, our spinal cord, and all the attached nerves, however complex and energetic it may be. It works for us, not us for it. The two ARE separable. We joined up when we arrived, and we’ll detach when we leave.
The heart and other chakras are more spiritual centers. Right now we’re talking brain and central nervous system.
How the Brain Translates the Hologram
What we think we see or perceive around us is an illusion. A very effective one, and very easily manipulated. We watch from our earthbound nervous systems (until we learn to see or perceive otherwise) a world around us take shape and form. We look for patterns, and we quickly learn to guard for fight or flight situations according to our pre-programmed brains’ propensity to defend itself according its interpreted surroundings.
A long story.
But how the brain we carry – right, left or both, operates – is imperative to understand. Because it and the mind/soul/spirit cloud that runs it and the nervous system, is what is interpreting the hologram around us.
Energy fields are decoded by our brains into a 3D picture, to give the illusion of a physical world.
Despite its apparent materiality, the universe is a kind of 3-D projection and is ultimately no more real than a hologram.
“Our brains mathematically construct objective reality by interpreting frequencies that are ultimately from another dimension, a deeper order of existence that is beyond both space and time: the brain is a hologram enfolded in a holographic universe.” Source
Rotating Snakes Illusion. This work was created by Akiyoshi Kitaoka in 2003 as an illusion design of the optimized Fraser-Wilcox illusion. Credit: Akiyoshi Kitaoka
How Much is Just Brain Trickery?
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Source: Zen Gardner