Wednesday, September 11, 2019

The brain produces holograms

This Ramtha commentary on the brain is interesting.

If one looks at the function of the "Inner Ego" (Seth terminology) there is huge similarity.  Lazaris used a holographic metaphor to describe how we manifest our physical experience.  In the Lazaris metaphor, the "real" universe can be seen as a multidimensional, quantum hologram from which our "Inner Ego" focuses on moments to materialize physically.  This materialization obviously includes the embedded physical body.  Thus, it's no surprise that the brain (which organizes sensory perceptions into moments of experience) would mirror this holographic process.

“We know then that the first pass is the unfinished business from the last lifetime and that this brain of yours is starting to photograph every part of that because the brain, as a computer, creates holograms.  Thought has more dimensions than the person sitting next to you. Every thought that the child’s brain makes is holographic and very visual.
“The brain produces then a series of holograms, which we call thinking, created to flash in what is called the frontal lobe by the entire brain. Thinking is nothing more than the successive firing of holograms.  Isn’t it interesting that the brain doesn’t think in language?  The only language the computer knows is symbolism and that has been artfully created by the brain itself.  There is a whole language center in the brain that deciphers the pictures into words that the body has to articulate.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

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