The Mind

The mind is a complex subject, ranging in diversity. Little is known of the mind but it constitutes reality in the individual. The mind of one can be subject to many preconceived ideas, a projector of the power of suggestion. In saying that, what can the objective of the mind really be, when it becomes a channel for the thoughts and muses of another? Are we to say the mind is a separate entity, and that the brain is merely a docking station for mind? What makes me think this is so, is that on death the brain dies and its reason for functioning is thus ceased, but communication remains so after death. If mind was part of brain, this simply would not be possible. Whether you believe in an afterlife or not, it has been proven in numerous writings and memoirs and I for one have experienced this at a phenomenal rate and level. The mind or daemon is fallible, susceptible but above all capable of most extraordinary things. The mind is and will always be an enigma, but one in which the human being begins to understand, if not in its entirety, then in a form easily digested by mankind for future generations.

FOOTNOTE

Science tells us the mind is part of the brain and it is an accepted view. 20 years of writing from an extraneous source has taught me this is impossible and here is why: On death the brain dies and with it mind, well that is the accepted view, but what about my writings poetical, philosophical, communication & insight from the extraneous source? This clearly shows various minds at work, using me as a vessel for their thoughts, poetry, philosophy, future predictions etc. What the enormous volume of works show you is that death has not meant the death of mind, on the contrary, mind survives death, meaning it cannot possibly be part of the brain but a separate entity. The mind to me is the soul and the soul the muse. If you believe the soul exists as I know for certain it does, then our understanding of mind and what we are taught cannot be right!

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