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Most of Us Believe What We Think is Who We Are. But is It Actually True?
95% of human beings go through their entire lives believing that there cannot possibly be any 'back-stage' experience behind our everyday thoughts. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Nearly every neuroscientist I've ever met or read about has convinced themselves that our brains are just a simple sum of all it's parts; all left brain/right/brain, basal ganglia's and thalamic systems. This is called 'locality science', and it posits that the brain, your brain, isn't aware of itself, and therefore is, from a scientific standpoint, three pounds of stupid.
'The brain could actually think for itself? Without us thinking for it? How preposterous!'
But what if it were true? What if our brains have a fully conscious awareness of itself, each point inter-connected and inter-relatable to all other points, all at the same time?
This is the nature of 'non-locality'.
So next let's look at our brain as if it were a living hologram. A hologram can see itself full circle from a 360 degree angle. And if you slice a hologram into 4 quarters, you don't just have 4 parts, you now have 4 entirely new, fully global holograms. What this means is that your brain can, and does operate on the level of "everything, everywhere and all at once".
The self-intelligent brain knows when it's over-activated, (anxiety & panic) and will communicate this imbalance, in it's own way, to the outside world directly. But the thinking mind of the anxious person convinces them its the daytime drama, world injustices or being victimized by life that's causing all the problems. Anything really, to deflect or dissuade the anxious person from knowing what their brain already knows and is trying to signal outwardly. Please believe me when I tell you, your brain knows unequivocally what's wrong, what it needs and how it wants you to go about arriving at the solution for your specific dilemma.
This is precisely why it lead you to this website.
What if Consciousness is Not What Drives the Human Brain?
It’s easy to assume that these contents of consciousness are somehow chosen, caused or controlled by our personal awareness – after all, thoughts don’t exist until we actually think them, right? But in a new research paper in Frontiers of Psychology, we argue that this viewpoint is a mistake.
Brain Damaged Patient Challenges of Self Awareness.
According to some theories on how self-awareness arises in the brain, Patient R, a man who suffered a severe brain injury about 30 years ago, should not possess this aspect of consciousness. However, it seems his brain had an all together different idea.
Trait Anxiety–Differences in Alpha Brainwave Activity.
Published in January 2018, scientists pinpointed a unique characteristic of people who experience trait anxiety–differences in alpha brain wave activity. Anxiety is correlated with an absence of alpha waves; in anxious brains, beta waves overpower alpha waves, and over time, this accumulates into feelings of constant stress.