Also Important, Body or Mind?



One of many hardest dogmas to break in today’s scientific paradigm is a thing called reductionism. That is, chunking down things into smaller and smaller parts to be able to gain deeper understanding of it�s nature. All sects of modern biology and medicine continue in this pursuit despite the fact that like a principle it was heavily challenged in the 1920’s with all the coming of Quantum Physics.
It�s as if almost all researchers have naively pushed it aside in favor of the older and much easier model. That old model is one of cause and effect. It says that each time a billiard ball hits another, the vector of both balls upon impact is predictable and easily measurable. Those laws of physics remain correct, nevertheless they have been super-ceded in a few areas and included with in others.

Science, however, has not overlooked the brand new paradigm altogether, instead it’s harnessed it�s principles to produce many of the most useful and advanced technology ever seen on this planet. Things such as MRI, wifi, bluetooth, computer chips, cellular devices and lot�s more have used the discoveries produced in early Twentieth century through the pioneers of the new physics.

In biology, though, it�s largely been ignored by the mainstream researchers, so the old model continues to be the gold-standard kind of measurement and analyses. It�s reductionist system pulls things apart from organism to system to organ to tissue to cell to molecule to electrical signal to atom and lastly subatomic particle. Out of this exploration, they’re trying to peer ever-closer to in which a thought originates.

They hope that by revealing smaller plus more detailed layers of life they will unlock the last starting place of consciousness. They reason that the truth is not known yet because our microscopes aren�t powerful enough. Continuing on this path with prove fruitless. Although insights along the way have assembled many useful items of the puzzle, the image will never be 100% clear and complete that way alone.

The science of consciousness since it is being studied within the mainstream currently by various neuroscientists has produced a great and clear knowledge of the way the matter of mind assembles itself to give that which you experience like a thinking mind.

Don�t do not understand, the wide array of neuropeptides, hormones, electrical signals, brain circuits and cellular interactions has built a very impressive theory of the biology of consciousness.

What it didn’t do, however, along with what it’ll continue to fail at, is probing deep enough to find the origin of consciousness in a biological construct.

You will never flick about the TV or open a newspaper and hear concerning the latest journal article that has proclaimed to get seen a memory, or found an experience, or visualised a colour, or witnessed creativity, or decoded a smell. They’re all experiences in consciousness. Yes, they correlate to, but aren’t limited to the creativity of brain chemistry. We know that when someone pulls out a memory, how the neurotransmitter called Acetylcholine is involved. But does that molecule contain an actual picture, smells, tastes, feelings and emotions of the memory or was it only the key to start the memory bank?

The very best the current scientific paradigm gives us is the perfect and much more detailed map. How much clarity of describing the landscape continue to show phenomenal accuracy, but we will never have the ability to fully recreate the landscape from your bunch of molecules and neuro-circuitry.

You can’t crack open someone�s head and grab the exact picture of the experience. It�s not within. All the necessary mechanisms to get it done are there, however. So in a state of delight including eating a piece of chocolate, playing a baby�s laughter or making love, there will be a cascade of Dopamine as well as other molecules released on the various emotional centres with the brain.

This pulsating cascade of molecules and electrics is surely among natures most incredible masterpieces of biological engineering.

The mind will be the living transformer of consciousness into form.

It is biology�s translator of data into readable code, much like a tv set allows visual information to be noticed by the observer. The complex circuitry inside the TV may be the channel-er of the signal. The characters, emotions, plots, sounds and scenery usually are not in the TV. They are competed from the device inside a harmonious symphony of signal and scenery.

It�s a coupling of transmission and transmitted.

A decoding of invisible into visible.

A manifestation of the unmanifest.

Our personal brain, the physical machinery, is like the tv set. It�s sophisticated circuitry will be the fantastic hardware that enables expression of spirit. Without our form, the unmanifest soul or spirit doesn’t have vehicle by which to build expression.

A body without spirit is akin to a TV with no aerial. The signal was always there, in the air and in the space between objects, but until that message has spot to channel it�s output, the spirit remains a potentiality in wave form. The TV collapses the wave into particles of sunshine and colour viewed by all they like to look at and listen.

A person’s spirit collapses into particles of dopamine in a moment of delight and molecules of noradrenaline in just a minute of tension.

If the TV is not plugged into power, or you can find missing and broken parts inside the box, the signal can come out faulty, whenever. In order to create a thought in matter from the thing that was merely a potential in spirit necessitates the intricacies of organic molecules and cells dancing in rhythmic measure.

Missing nutrients, excessive toxins, faulty wiring or invading organisms will disorder the finely honed signal transducer that is our brain.

This fact highlights and validates the idea of �healthy body – healthy mind�. They’re a coupled and inseparable pair. The magnificence of Mozart or perhaps the compassion of Mandela would never see the light of day without spirit�s translation through matter.

To say you are more advanced than one other is nonsense. To review one at a time at the cost of one other is like pulling apart the television and expecting to begin to see the movie inside. Or conversely trying to explain the movie in terms of the vibrational megahertz waves in the air.

The very best explanation we must date is always that spirit & matter (or body & mind) are in reality an interlinked and mutually dependent coupling of interactions. Neither has earthly relevance with no other. There is a body to translate spirit, and you’ve got a spirit to dance in your body.