>> (Mostly bla, recommend to others to skip it.)
>> "Ray Scanlon" <rscanlon at wsg.net> wrote:
>> >How is the soul (mind) related to the body (brain)?
>> You are seeming to mix up a few things.
> The mind is parts of the brain, effected by substances from the body.
> Some (usually into some religious belief) need a psych-crutch because
> they cannot handle death of for other reasons, and therefore make up
> souls or other stuff.
>> What you are making for central questions of your belief stuff, is
> pretty irrelevant to some others.
>> Or about as relevant as if some child asks how the Easter rabbit is
> related to common rabbits.
>> There are rooms for religious discussions, and there you can go one
> about souls and other religious belief stuff,
> and might find others of your chosen belief to talk with you about
>> > Materialism in this day requires an understanding of physics
> There are also rooms for people into believing unproven theories of
> physics to exchange stuff.
> Many into magic I know regard enlightenment as important to understand
> more about akasha.
> Some might suggest you bang your shin into stuff and then you might
> find out more about materialism and energies in differnt stages.
>> > The physicists and the biologists have rejected them as philosophical babblers. This hurts
> Does it.
>> > There is little doubt that there are far too many philosophers for the civic good.
>> >human species that thinks to much. Thinking of this type is pathological.
>> Or too little about stuff that might lead to results they do not wish
> to contemplate.
>> >Those interested in how the brain works might look at
>> If it interests me how A human brain works,
> I'd rather get some practicer of magic to allow me to perceive into
> his on LSD.
What about out of body experiences???