6 edition of Perceptions of Reality - An Exploration of Consciousness found in the catalog.
July 6, 2006
by Trafford Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||120|
The answers are only found in the exploration of consciousness. Open your mind to a broader perception of reality. Humanity has been indoctrinated from birth with false narratives – all of us – placed deeply in our subconscious minds: 1.) that consciousness is nothing but a by-product of a biological brain, electro-magnetic signals. According to this expert account, evolution shapes our view of reality, but accuracy is not its priority. In his first book, Hoffman (Cognitive Science/Univ. of California, Irvine) emphasizes that evolution designed our perceptions “to .
However, in the scientific community the perception is very different. For example, the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research program pursues an agenda of studying the interaction of human consciousness with the physical world to enable a better understanding of the role of consciousness in the establishment of “reality.”. Consciousness and Fundamental Reality Philip Goff Philosophy of Mind. Comprehensive catalogue and evaluation of the various forms of Russellian monism; Defense of panpsychism in recent times, and the first book to focus on the combination problem within this debate.
Roadmap to Reality enables the reader to step outside of ordinary reality to obtain a fresh perspective on culture, government, prosperity, sustainability, and meaning. The quest takes the reader to the ends of the universe with a casual writing style, peeling back the layers of consciousness to discover the reality beyond. consciousness, because mind arises out of consciousness! Therefore, if one is not “conscious,” there is no question of one being knowledgeable or having any kind of understanding, wisdom and awareness! It then follows, necessarily, that human consciousness is the prime source of power that sustains all the.
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Perceptions of Reality - An Exploration of Consciousness Paperback – July 6, by Gregory Calise (Author)/5(2). From the perspective of revelation, we will open the doors into the absolute realms, beyond material time and space, and describes the perceptions of.
beyond material time and space, and describes the perceptions of God, the soul, the world, and the paths to higher consciousness. Perceptions of Reality will show us how to. access the abstract mind and open the doorways into revelation, creating a new reality, full of abundance, harmony and joy.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Perceptions of Reality - An Exploration of Consciousness at the best online prices at. Although we are all living in the same world, we are simultaneously each living in ourown seperate universe, where each person observes himself as the center of thatuniverse.
Each person has a unique conditioning and belief structure that create h. The Conquest of Illusion is an outstanding investigation of reality and how our perceptions shape it, by author, theosophist and yogi J. Van Der Author: J. Van Der Leeuw. Consciousness is the most fundamental essence of existence out of which comes the experience of material reality.
This is the exact opposite of the materialistic scientific paradigm, where matter/energy and space/time is said to reside at the foundation of reality and consciousness emerges out of : James B. Glattfelder. On Science & the Perception of Reality.
The present mainstream science tackles the problem of Consciousness by embracing the objective or third person perspective; hence, it fails in understanding. Although the content of the book is more empirical than scientific, a mix of interviews, personal anecdotes and self-deprecating humour provides a thoroughly entertaining take on how to explore.
Format: Paperback. The Experiment:An Exploration of Perception and Focus is truly an exceptional book. The radiant imagery includes color charts based on musical notes and a SevenStar series that put the color spectrum in patterns that are to balance our energies with the energies of the cosmos/5(7).
The Experiment - An Exploration of Perception and Focus: A Primer is probably one of the best books I've ever read on color theory. Unfortunately, the writers are not writing about color theory for color theory's sake.
For them color theory is a means to an end. perceptions a direct measure of physical reality, there would be no way of expanding upon it as th ese illusions would be eliminated ; however, t he space between perception and realit y Author: John Desnoyers-Stewart. This book contains an exploration of consciousness and its most advanced abilities through accounts of explorer M.G.
Hawking’s experiences in an ancient village deep in the vast frozen fortress of the Himalayas. Explore first-hand narratives of demonstrations of psychokinetic and extrasensory abilities, and in-depth descriptions of the esoteric knowledge that enabled the Author: M.G.
Hawking, Jenna Wolfe Ph.D. One of these concerns the nature of existential reality, and states there are two domains for knowledge exploration: (1) the material domain in which we normally perceive the world, and (2) the domain of consciousness that underlies consciousness and conscious perception that may become available during the NDE/OBE or by meditation.
6 Mushrooms and Consciousness n The consciousness altering effects of ingesting various mushrooms is well known to us. It was also well know to others. n Again, John Lash explores historical knowledge of this at n He also talks about the n Psychedelic Bible n The Paris Eadwine Psalter is an oversize bound book of about sheets, about pages.
This book contains an exploration of consciousness and its most advanced abilities through accounts of explorer M.G. Hawking’s experiences in an ancient village deep in the vast frozen fortress of the Himalayas.
Explore first-hand narratives of demonstrations of psychokinetic and extrasensory abilities, and in-depth descriptions of the. Highly original and groundbreaking, Explorations in Consciousness presents a model of reality in which nothing can ever be taken for granted.
It proposes that consciousness is embedded within a wider field of possibilities that become real depending on our interaction with the world around us, whether “in” or “out” of the body/5(44).
But before we reify consciousness to the level of an independent agency capable of creating its own reality, let's give the hypotheses we do have for how brains create mind more : Kevin Dickinson. Gregory Calise is the author of Perceptions of Reality - An Exploration of Consciousness ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ) and Perce Home My Books.
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The first mass-market book to gather the scientific evidence of a relationship between physical reality and consciousness. In Aldous Huxley's hugely influential book 'The Doors of Perception' was published.
Huxley's title is taken from William Blake's book The Marriage of Heaven and Hell/5.Consciousness is not only the act of perception, it is the stuff of reality. Perception and reality are the same thing.
In an analogy, if you compared reality to the words in a written sentence, there would be no nouns, only verbs.This book reframes various parts of Sadrian theories of sense perception and mental existence around Brentano’s problem of intentionality, yielding a refreshed reading of the philosopher Mulla Sadra.
Parıldar argues that, for Sadra, intentionality, intentional object, agent, and reality, are different versions of the same reality.