(Viveka Chudamani – A Vedic Scripture)
You never identify yourself with the shadow cast by your body, or with it’s reflection, or with the body you see in a dream or in your imagination. Therefore you should not identify yourself with this living body, either.
(Karl Popper and John Eccles, The Self and Its Brain, London: Routledge Publishers, 1990, pp.372)
Finally , of course we come to the ultimate picture, what happens in death? Then all cerebral activity ceases permanently. The self-conscious mind that has had an autonomous existence in a sense…now finds that the brain it had scanned and probed and controlled so efficiently and effectively through a long life is no longer giving any message at all. What happens then is the ultimate question
ExploringPsyche.com extends warm welcome and a very good morning to you. Hang on, if you are in a time-zone farther away from us please accept what’s appropriate for you : good morning, good noon, good after-noon, good evening or even good night. So, you see, space is also important as much the time is. There is another un-sung dimension, that carries immense value, and that is what I like to call the ‘state’. Read more
They question you concerning the Spirit. Say: ‘The Spirit is of the bidding of my Lord. You have been given of knowledge nothing except a little.
Noble Qur’an , The Night Journey 17:85