May 12, 2014

Irreducible Mind

David Horne summarizes Irreducible Mind, a 600 plus page book by a group of academic psychiatrists, psychologists and philosophers in 4 Amazing Facts Suggesting the Mind Can Exist Independent of the Brain

One of the coauthors is Bruce Greyson, a professor of psychiatry at the University of Virginia and leading researcher of near-death experiences….

Greyson presents four lines of evidence for the mind as an independent entity, which I’ve taken the trouble to summarize, and they could be an eye-opener. First he gives this caveat:

The evidence that I’m going to discuss…is derived entirely from scientific research. But I do not want to give you the impression that this evidence is…accepted by Western scientists. In fact, most Western scientists are completely unaware that this evidence even exists.

1. Lucidity in the last moments….
2. Advanced mind, minimal brain….
3. Near death experiences (NDEs): Rich consciousness when there shouldn't be any…
4. Remembrance of lives past

If you go to the link there is an hour-long  long video of Greyson speaking in India with even more dramatic findings.

Posted by Jill Fallon at May 12, 2014 7:15 PM | Permalink