Mind and brain are the same...?

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Mind and brain are the same...?

Post by Rohiniranjan » Thu Aug 09, 2018 10:32 pm

Brain is Newtonian/concrete which is based on structure, neurons, nucleii, anatomical, but mind is purely Quantal-multidimensional! It travels faster than light, forward and backward, it has no tangible-palpable existence but is unmistakably always present (even in the state of coma, as doctors are realizing very recently). Mind can be at many places simultaneously, and like the elusive electron whose presence and activity are unmistakably noticeable, no one can actually see it or predict its exact position!

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Re: Mind and brain are the same...?

Post by swetha » Sat Aug 18, 2018 3:29 am

I believe both are different.

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Re: Mind and brain are the same...?

Post by Rohiniranjan » Sat Aug 18, 2018 2:49 pm

swetha wrote:
Sat Aug 18, 2018 3:29 am
I believe both are different.
Yes, I fully agree!
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Re: Mind and brain are the same...?

Post by eye_of_tiger » Sat Sep 29, 2018 12:33 am

The mind and brain are different from each other.

The mind is not confined to our brain or body.

One current theory suggests that the brain acts much like a filter or reducing valve for the mind, only allowing information (either of a physical or non physical nature) which is relevant or useful to the person coming up with solutions to their current life challenges, to get through to their daily consciousness.

This filter arrangement (if the theory is proven to be correct) could potentially prevent our conscious minds from being constantly overloaded by irrelevant and useless information, which could interfere with our ability to focus upon the task at hand, and to be able to make logical and rational decisions.

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