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I agree with him that ultimately consciousness creates reality, not the other way around. Good to hear it from a working medical professional.
Yeah, I do not agree with the theory of "pure consciousness". We are atoms and molecules, we were that before our birth and will be that even after our death. We do not have the wherewithal to see this but we can understand this. It is a matter of understanding. No atom or molecule will carry our consciousness beyond death. However what constitutes us, 'physical energy' is conscious in its own way and there is interaction between the four forces and gravity (till we find the ToE).
I will put it another way, RJM - Consciousness creates the illusion (maya).I agree with him that consciousness creates reality, not the other way around.
The 'many worlds' interpretation implies that there are infinite different universes out there.
That makes sense to me ... but then I might be deluded!
What? Where? How?We are atoms and molecules, we were that before our birth and will be that even after our death.
Something else. The sperm as well as the ovum were made up of molecules and so also was the womb. We start as molecules and we end as molecules. We are Wil or Aupmanyav (only) in the interregnum. Krishna said:What? Where? How?
My old thought is that I became atoms and molecules by the sperm going into the egg and then was created from the food my mother ate.
Is that what you are saying? Or something else?