Mind Science

1001 Submissions

[2] viXra:1001.0024 [pdf] submitted on 21 Jan 2010

Cognitum Hypothesis & Cognitum Consciousness: How Time and Space Conception of Idealistic Philosophy Is Supported by Contemporary Physics

Authors: Dainis Zeps
Comments: 11 pages

May we imagine that materialistic and idealistic thinkers were both right in all point concerning mind and matter they have quarrelled for centuries? May we imagine that in quarrel for primacy between matter and mind both claims for primacy are right and only our good will is required to accept that ultimate reconciliation? May we imagine that all thinking activity of all men on earth and elsewhere is one collective movement being seen and still in progress from our side and essentially one from the side of the universe? It is only point of good will not of reasoning itself. Neither contemporary physics is about to deny it but rather support.
Category: Mind Science

[1] viXra:1001.0015 [pdf] submitted on 11 Jan 2010

Thinking on the Other Side of Zero

Authors: Alan Joseph Oliver, Bevan Reid
Comments: 191 pages, The book was lodged with the Australian National Library on August 31, 2006. The deposit number is LD06/5742

The article consists of the premise that consciousness cannot be an artefact of the brain based on personal experiences and observations. The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali are offered in support of the premise through the obvious connection between the philosophy in them and my experiences. A layman's understanding of physics suggests that some of the explanations from Yoga and letters from some scientists suggest that in my experiences two minds have become entangled. How this can happen is dependent on the state of the mind of the seer, which needs to be completely empty. This condition of emptiness is something rarely discussed, and since I seem to be in this state most of the time, I believe it is worth exploring.
Category: Mind Science