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The Mystery of Consciousness – Part Four

According to the teachings of the ancient Rishis, all life manifests consciousness. What this means is that every creature in nature, whether it be┬áhuman, animal, bird, tree, plant or even viruses and bacteria possesses consciousness. Even stones are conscious, albeit at a very low level. For as Jesus answered the Pharisees who called on him […]

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The Mystery of Consciousness – Part Three

As we have seen from previous instalments, all matter ultimately resolves itself into energy. But this energy is not static. It is always in motion. Physicists have found furthermore, that the patterns of energy that take the form of particles do not exist as permanent formations. They constantly flash into existence and out of existence […]

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The Mystery of Consciousness – Part Two

As we have seen from the previous instalment, despite four hundred years of painstaking scientific experimentation, investigation and analysis, we are faced with an inescapable conclusion to the riddle of consciousness. The fact is that we simply do not know how it is that we are able to see, or hear, or smell, taste or […]

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The Mystery of Consciousness – Part One

As we have seen from previous instalments, the scientific quest to discover the fundamental building blocks of the universe led quantum physicists to the inescapable conclusion that there was no outward physical universe at all, and that all of our sensory impressions of what appears to be “out there” in space are in fact impressions […]

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