What is the limit of our brain?


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Post Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:28 pm

What is the limit of our brain?

The universe, space and time are endless. Is it same for microcosm and "limits" of our brain? I think yes..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPySn3slfXI

Maybe we can simply say "God in me. Me and God are one"..
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Post Sat Dec 30, 2017 11:51 pm

Re: What is the limit of our brain?

Still gotta check that youtube clip, but your conclusion is quite right. One must not get confused by that, though, and recognize how microscopically narrow our perspective on things are inside our consciousness. The depth of the infinite and its complexity becomes more aware to us on an unconscious level. Even then we must notice that our human comprehension is not equipped to interpret what we may even perceive that way. Just think that if the tip of our index finger realized that it is the human to which it is attached, it wouldn't exactly be wrong, but it would have to understand that it serves a purpose and carries great responsibility to fulfill it, too. It's not a really good example, I'm afraid, but...yeah... I just think that people reject such ideas like "I am God", because they immediately consider it to be hubris, arrogance and possibly even insanity, hehehe, while it really means:"I recognize you as God and honor, respect and- in principle- love you as such, too.". The people who consider themselves "sheep of a flock" or submissive to the divine overlord in heaven or some misunderstanding of that kind, they make distinctions, hate others, wish to stand in better favor before their god than others, fight, see rivals, protect, isolate and do whatever else such bad ideas make people do. Whereas, if you understand that we all are part of one big process, given tasks in favor of that process to which each of us is meant to contribute as does all of life, then you have no reason to hate anybody, see rivals, fight...nor do you need envy, jealousy or paranoia.
In a blink of an eye the world changes around you, once you gain the right kind of understanding. Even the foolish behavior becomes forgivable, even the perfidious managers of humanity, they serve unwittingly a balance that will swing the other way again, when they make life less and less productive and enjoyable for all. But from a divine perspective they must've been meant to do what they do. At some point we will have to snap, should the games of society take their last turn into stupidity and we will collectively change course. And we will know again that we are God.
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Post Sun Dec 31, 2017 9:00 am

Re: What is the limit of our brain?

Heinlein would be fun to have in this conversation ;) "All that groks is God." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grok
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Post Sun Dec 31, 2017 9:55 am

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Hmmm...just a brief look at the wiki and a tiny excerpt of Heinlein and I feel terribly annoyed. :shock: ....maybe a coffee and a smoke will help! 8-) :lol:
I'm sure such snippets don't do him justice, but the analogies or relationships he uses to describe something are so madly unsatisfying, almost as if either he or me was smoking the wrong thing earlier, you know. Instant emotional disconnect. :shrug:
I don't think I grok it... :ud:
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Post Sun Dec 31, 2017 2:33 pm

Re: What is the limit of our brain?

And therein lies the value of an eclectic and extensive reading experience :D It's stimulating to bounce different philosophies and sometimes blend them in an intellectual discourse. The fun thing about Heinlein is how his novel "Stranger in a Strange Land" acted as a catalyst to evoke change in PoV for many people and the term has been argued many times in school philosophy classes both pro and con. Regardless of the tangents taken meant to stimulate a fictional work it all boils down to one thing: "Thou art God" equated to "I am God" to that rock laying on the ground over there is "God" I can certainly "Grok" that ;) :beer:
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Post Tue Jan 02, 2018 12:03 pm

Re: What is the limit of our brain?

Thank you both for your comments!

Taron> Big YES, I agree with all you mentioned. "God in me. Me and God are one" is a mantra and somebody could be angry with it. I don´t want to offense anybody, the right meaning is little bit different then as it sounds. You described it very well. We all are important part of Universe or nature, it doesn´t matter how we call it. Everything what we can see or cannot see is part of it. Thats why we are all together God.

Tartan> I didnt know about Heinlein. I definitely should read some of his books!
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Post Tue Jan 02, 2018 10:16 pm

Re: What is the limit of our brain?

Does it this guy - Daniel Tammet ? Speaks very well French! :) (Minute 44...
https://www.france.tv/france-5/la-grand ... airie.html
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Post Wed Jan 03, 2018 8:43 am

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Yes, Daniel Tammet, it is he. BTW in the first video I sent there is another interesting person - real Rain Man.

Yesterday I found another interesting brain abnormality - the woman with 7 personalities: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s715UTuO0Y4
I had heard about a woman with 3-4 personalities and I think that her last psychologist had found a way how to heal her and then she was able to live without any help.

Our brain (or everything inside us) can be an open gate to all wisdom and madness of the universe (in IT terminology we can say inifinite database of everything). It is just all depends on that how we are able to open or close the gate. Even plans can have access to that database and it Is proven that plans can share their informations on long distances.

There is a question who is mad or lunatic, the one with the gate opened too much or too little? :?: :)
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Post Wed Jan 03, 2018 10:28 am

Re: What is the limit of our brain?

Seems we must artificially damaged brain for obtain abnormal result! :geek:
is it worth the risk? :ugeek:
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Post Wed Jan 03, 2018 1:41 pm

Re: What is the limit of our brain?

Maybe artificially maybe naturally, who knows?
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