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"division perceptual studies" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point
"And in that i would say not only afterlife indie e deathbed vision experiences but also the tremendous of scientific literature on reincarnation and there's a lot of it out there but the biggest body i know of is is the uva group university of division perceptual studies or than six decades of work. And what you realize is that a lot of scientists currently studying consciousness completely of go with of the reality of these experiences because they're not forbidden by science at all in fact in many ways when you look at the quantum physics and how it's evolved over the last few decades Not only of is kind of the spiritual realm realm of unified mental function and of kind of shared purpose. Not only is that allowed by the findings of scientific experiments in modern. It's actually demanded the alternative for example in interpreting the measurement paradox in quantum physics is the many worlds interpretation in infinite parallel universes. And i think most of us can agree. That doesn't appear to be the world we live in. And that's where. I would say that science will actually benefit from appreciating bigger database. About the afterlife. And about reincarnation about what it tells us about consciousness about the relationship of ontological with a pistol mogae And how we can come to a deeper understanding of ourselves so it's really a very important shift To move us to the next level. And and i think one specific example of how i see science growing into this would be the the recent of set of scientific papers of the last nine years or so Using fm functional magneto of magnetic resonance imaging. Scans as well as magneto. When stuff lagerfeld and other techniques of looking at the brain and with when you study people under the influence of certain serotonin to way type plant medicines like even a magic mushroom so d. m. t. of active principle is Lsd their papers out there from london from south america that show that the brains of people under the influence of these substances goes dark..
"division perceptual studies" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY
"I had made into a two hour special for the history channel. So i i had a new leslie's work and i read her book and I am not a captive audience. I am what people call a skeptic. I am not like someone who Never went to medium. Wasn't that interested but her book is really fascinating and it is A a look at the subject the notion of consciousness living outside the body the physical or life going on after physical body dies that you know she explores through scientists and researchers and doctors in the fields of various fields who had studied this and our continuing study at her. Take on it. I thought it was really interesting. And i than developed it and brought it to net flex and net. Netflix was very interested in. Wow that's interesting. yeah. I think your point about the grounding it in science was really important i think especially to win over people like you who are skeptics. Because you know. Look and i think anecdotally. There's so many powerful stories that you cover that. I think could make somebody a believer but when you do ground it in data and science i do think it gives it a way that feels different than just like some tinfoil hat thing which is what a lot of skeptics. Think that's okay well. It's nice that you believe it. Yeah and i. And i think for me. The interesting part of it is asking the questions being open to it. so when i say wasn't quote unquote a believer. It's more than i. I hadn't really thought about much. But when i started to research a through lesley's bug and then started to speak to for example the division perceptual studies at uva in their medical school. They have this of doctors who've been studying this idea this notion or phenomenon of consciousness outside the brain and they've been studying whether it's through near death experiences or the work on mediums reincarnation they're open to it and looking at it and in a scientific way and i thought that was really interesting and it raises questions that i think are worth asking and what are some of those questions..