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Quantum physics has proven the immortality of consciousness

From the point of view of psychology, all our fears originate from the fear of death - this is the most basic fear that is inherent in us by nature. But we are more than a physical body. First of all, we are consciousness. You can refute near-death experiences as much as you like, calling them the product of oxygen starvation of the brain. But what about the fact that patients describe in detail what happened in the ward, outside the ward and even outside the hospital at the moment when their physical body was in a state of clinical death or in a coma?

Quantum physics has proven the immortality of consciousness
There can be only one answer: at this time, consciousness existed outside the physical body. The possibility of the existence of consciousness outside the body is denied by modern science, because from its point of view, consciousness is a product of chemical reactions in the brain. Quantum physics refutes this.

In general, no matter how blasphemous it may sound, science is a very relative thing. Approximately once every 100-200 years, she changes her point of view to the opposite, therefore, it is rather absurd to consider any statement as the ultimate truth. Until quite recently, science considered the atom to be an indivisible particle; in fact, the translation of the word "atom" means "indivisible".

Modern ideas about the structure of the atom say that it mainly consists of emptiness. And according to Einstein, matter as such does not exist at all, it is only a static form of energy. But physics, in essence, did not bring anything new: even 2500 years ago, Buddha said that everything consists of emptiness. You can read about this in the "Heart Sutra", which describes in detail everything that physicists could think of just now. Therefore, there is no need to talk about dissonance between science and mysticism: perhaps the first in its development simply lags behind the second. And modern discoveries are increasingly reconciling science with ancient texts.

What is consciousness

Since time immemorial, there has been a debate about what consciousness is. Scientists argue that it is a product of brain activity, and mystics - that it is an independent substance. Many members of the scientific community consider speculation about the existence of consciousness outside the body as hoaxes and pseudoscientific ideas.

But, as already mentioned above, in a state of clinical death, the body cannot perceive signals from the senses, because after a cardiac arrest, the brain stops working. All experiences in a state of clinical death, and especially the description of events that the dead body could not perceive, are proof that consciousness is able to exist outside the body. At least for a short time, it is able to perceive the surrounding reality not through the body, but directly.

This phenomenon is most accurately explained by quantum physics. So, from the point of view of quantum physics, human consciousness is capable of influencing matter. This proves such a concept as wave-particle dualism. We are talking about the property of any particle to exhibit the properties of both a particle and a wave. Experiments have observed that a subatomic particle can behave like an electromagnetic wave or like a particle. But the most interesting thing is that it depends on the observer himself. That is, the properties and behavior of a subatomic particle are determined by whether it is being watched or not.

This is proof of what esotericists have been talking about for a long time: thought can influence reality. It turns out that the properties of a particle are not constant and depend on the consciousness that perceives this particle. This provides a scientific basis for the ideas that were expressed in the film "The Secret" , in the books of Vadim Zeland and in the theory of consciousness of a fly and a bee.

But that's not all. The results of the experiments confirm the ideas of many philosophers and mystics of the past (and of the present too) that our world is essentially an illusion or, as they say in the East, "is like the reflection of the moon in water." After all, if the behavior of a particle depends on the consciousness that perceives it, continuing this thought, we can say that everyone sees the world from his own subjective point of view.

Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle

Another phenomenon of quantum physics makes it possible to shed light on many questions about the structure of the universe. Karl Heisenberg continued his reflections on the wave-particle nature of the electron and came to the conclusion that, due to its inconstancy and unpredictability, it is impossible to accurately determine the coordinates of the electron and its energy. Simply put, we live in the very “space of options” that Zeland wrote about. Before us is revealed the so-called fan of worlds - many versions of reality, each of which can be considered objective, real, and so on.

Since the behavior of subatomic particles is associated with perception, only the observer determines the fact which of the scenarios of the development of events will become relevant. And without a perceiver, subatomic particles exist only in a state of uncertainty and probability.

Consciousness creates reality

Based on the fundamental laws of quantum mechanics, scientist Robert Lanza deduced the theory of biocentrism, in which he correlated the principles of quantum physics and biology. Thanks to this, he was able to prove that death is only an illusion that the brain forms due to the fact that consciousness mistakenly identifies itself with the physical body. According to Lanz's theory, it is consciousness that creates around itself reality, space, time, and so on.

And it is consciousness that is primary, and matter is secondary. He completely refutes the idea that consciousness is a product of the activity of the brain, and insists on the opposite: consciousness creates the surrounding world. The formation of reality is impossible without an observer. It turns out that the theory that consciousness is mortal refutes itself, because if the observer disappears, then reality must also disappear.

Robert Lanza went even further and suggested that space and time are not at all some kind of constant within which consciousness exists. The opposite is true: consciousness is capable of influencing both time and space. Thus, there is only a stream of sensations, and time and space are the instruments that we use as a coordinate system to interpret these sensations. But our consciousness is capable of influencing both. Have you noticed that while waiting in line, time drags on endlessly, and "happy hours do not watch"? It seems to us that this is just some kind of illusion, but everything is exactly the opposite: it is our ideas about the immutability of the passage of time that are an illusion.

It's the same with space: the same path may seem incredibly long or very short to us. Have you noticed that the way back and forth is different for you, as if back or, conversely, you got there faster. Reality is changeable and unstable, but we ourselves create it by the state of our consciousness.

And now the most important thing. In a world where there are no space-time constraints, there is no death either. Because death, like any other event, must be marked by a specific space-time point. As in "Wikipedia" they write: he died on such and such a date, in such and such a city, was buried there. And if time and space are relative and impermanent concepts, then it turns out that there is no death either: it simply has nowhere to exist!

The principle of conservation of energy also speaks in favor of the fact that death does not exist. Energy is not created or destroyed, it only transforms from one state to another. We can give an example with water: under the influence of high temperatures, water disappears, and some primitive person may think that the water has “died”, disappeared, it is no longer there. But we know that the water simply changed its state: it turned into steam. The same thing happens to us: there is no death, the gross shell dies, but the "vapor" remains. And the fact that we do not see this vapor does not mean at all that it does not exist.

Robert Lanz's theory of biocentrism is also supported by such great scientists as Nobel Prize winner in Physiology or Medicine Edward Donnall Thomas, astrophysicist at the Space Flight Center David Thompson, Professor of Astronomy and Physics at Johns Hopkins University Richard Con Henry and many others.

Where is consciousness

The famous British physicist and mathematician Roger Penrose from Oxford, who is working on research in the field of the quantum theory of consciousness, believes that he has found carriers of consciousness in the human body that accumulate experience and information during life. We are talking about protein microtubes that are located inside neurons. These microtubes, according to Penrose, are the carriers of consciousness, which after the death of the body leaves it and with all the accumulated experience is transferred to another carrier. That is, these microtubes are like a flash drive on which information is stored.

Thus, consciousness forms reality around itself. And this is not some kind of esoteric speculation, but a scientifically proven fact. And if consciousness is primary, then how can it die? If the object that is reflected in the mirror disappears, then what is the meaning of the mirror?

Even five thousand years ago, Krishna spoke about the immortality of the soul in the Bhagavad Gita. He instructed his friend Arjuna as follows: “Know this: that which permeates the material body is indestructible. No one can destroy the immortal soul. " And after thousands of years, quantum physics confirms what was proclaimed long ago.

There is nothing terrible for us and cannot be in the whole wide world. Because our true nature is immutable and immortal. Under the influence of sunlight, the water disappears, but the steam remains. It flies up to spill on the ground again in a warm rain. The Qur'an says that one should observe nature in order to comprehend the plan of the Almighty. The water cycle in nature is the clue to us, which also describes the cycle of the soul in the material world.

As Lev Tolstoy wrote, “the only meaning of human life is the improvement of his immortal foundation. All other forms of activity are inherently meaningless due to the inevitability of death. " Briefly but very intelligibly said. Maybe it's time to reassess values?

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