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our mind an electromagnetic field?
For decades scientists told us that our brain is fixed from shortly
after our birth to our life’s very end. We now know that brain functionality
doesn’t depend upon the brain’s external appearance, but upon the
filamentous cells, the synapses, which connect the brain cells called neurons.
Actually, it isn’t the quantity nor the mass that makes up the brain, but
the DENSITY of the connections between neurons.
When we stimulate our brain by learning or playing we simply create
new connections: the synapses grow and spread like fungal mycelia to connect
neurons together. The brain can therefore be modeled through conscious (or even
unconscious) processes. [read
the equation MIND = BRAIN correct? If consciousness is
synonymous with mind, mind is however not synonymous with
brain. Consciousness is what makes us ‘human’ but
many of our actions are done unconsciously, and for good
reason – no need to consciously consider each step
as you walk down the street! In fact, the brain activity
that we are aware of (consciousness/mind) drastically differs
from the brain activity driving all of those unconscious
actions. Then how does our brain bind information to generate
consciousness? Some scientists argue that the electromagnetic
field generated by the brain IS consciousness;
the mind inhabits then the physical world like a radiating
Maybe humans are like network stations that share the same mind field
in which ideas circulate continuously. If consciousness represents our self-awareness
- our sense of identity/individuality - , ideas represent our social or collective
awareness (the mind is “me”, but the ideas belong to “us”). [Close]
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