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Re: Quantum Logic And Consciousness

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Posted by yanniru/">yanniru on April 14, 1999 17:30:32 UTC

Your discussion reminds me of a book I just read, The AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGI. When Yogananda, its author, was in college on page 166 ,"He struck gently on my chest above the heart", said he referring to his Guru. The next two paragraphs describe what happened next. For example, he could see in all directions at once and he could see through walls. In paragraph three he paints the following scene. I'll leave it to you to judge, but it seems very much to me that he is seeing quantum waves in their uncollapsed state, and perhaps describing their act of collapsing as well. I'll present a model to explain this along with Quantum Self-consciousness soon. I compliment you on your complimentary discussion of logic and consciousness.

" All objects within my panoramic gaze trembled and vibrated like quick motion pictures. Master's, the pillared courtyard, the furniture and floor, the trees and sunshine, occasionally became violently agitated, until all melted into a luminous sea; even as sugar crystals, thrown into a glass of water, dissolve after being shaken. The unifying light alternated with materializations of form, the metamorphosis revealing the law of cause and effect."

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