Welcome to the boards.
I already got your book on my kindle, on my iPad. But something is going funny with both, and I might have to get a new iPad. This one is old.
So I also bought your book as a paperback. I prefer reading on kindle though.
A while ago I wrote the following post, see below.
We are always having discussions between religious believers and science believers, and the latter hate being called believers in their religion of science. But I already read that you also call them that. Sparks will fly!
It gets more and more interesting that no thing physical exists without it being observed. But there are a lot of consciousnesses observing the things we look at as physical. Would there be even more in the huge universe?
That really would mean we create the physical world, wouldn't it?
I have also mentioned somewhere about the famous tree falling in the woods and making no sound if there would be no ears. (But in reality if there is a tree there would also be some ears, even if not human ones).
I look forward to read your book from where I am up to now, not very far. With the kindle and iPad playing up!
I also look forward to see what others will reply. I am familiar with the stories of near death experiences that you mention.
I will turn to my kindle now with my morning coffee and hope for the best.
Kind regards, GG.
I suppose you know of Robert Lanza and biocentrism?
And I will add that in my very long life all sorts of paranormal things have happened, including telepathy. Telepathy is thoroughly hated and denied by one of the board members! I myself have been wondering if thoughts are faster than light? Maybe that is not important.
Date: August 15, 2021 11:17PM
Is life a joke?
Well, for Afghans right now it is anything but.
And most people would not like to see their own lives as jokes. We are much more important than that, aren't we?
Well, I have picked up that the Hindus have a concept called Maya.
From the Free dictionary:
(Hinduism) the Hindu goddess (Maya) of illusion, the personification of the idea that the material world is illusory.
The Hindus had this idea long before any quantum theory.
As for Jesus, he said that Satan was a liar from the beginning.
Where did all those wise ones get their knowledge from?
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