MAINSTREAM scientists looking for the source of consciousness, insist its origin must be located in the physical brain.
They are certain that all cognition arises from the activity of neurons attached to specific structures, which have fixed locations.
Yet many credible scientific researchers today are unconvinced, and dispute these assumptions.
Such open minded investigators are willing to pursue truth wherever it leads, even to evidence that consciousness is a independent entity from the physical structures through which it manifests.
Most so-called New Age science is still considered hocus pocus, and the researcher’s findings are not considered credible, no matter how rigorously the studies are done.
“We live in an age of prejudice, dissimulation and paradox,” Blavatsky wrote in A Paradoxical World, “wherein, like dry leaves caught in a whirlpool, we are tossed helpless, hither and thither, ever struggling between our honest convictions and fear of that cruelest of tyrants—PUBLIC OPINION.”
These researchers, and others, like NES energy medicine, are willing to take a leap in pursuit of the fast-moving “soul of things.”