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Are scientists and common people the same?

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Are scientists and common people the same?


        Of all the intricate wonders in the world, the human mind stands supreme, a realm that embraces both logical reasoning and irrational facets. Amidst these complexities lies the eternal quest of individuals attempting to decipher and harness the trajectory of their futures. Human knowledge, a vast expanse without boundaries, constantly entwines self-understanding and self-recognition, presenting a labyrinth that often confounds individuals in their pursuit of existence. The juxtaposition of supremacy and religion doesn't necessarily breed conflict, yet many struggle to acknowledge this, adhering staunchly to their own beliefs. The true adversary here is ignorance an underlying factor in numerous sinful or wrongful actions witnessed across the globe. What appears righteous to an individual today often reveals its folly over time, revealing the folly inherent in human choices. Humanity often treads unwittingly into a mental realm that diverges from reality a labyrinth of imagination from which we frequently return to the tangible world. Yet, this oscillation carries a certain finesse that imparts to humanity a sense of purpose. Fear, shame, spirituality, benevolence, and affection these are intangible elements constituting our innermost being. Hey, remain ethereal and intangible, yet susceptible to being caged by our own volition. With proper guidance, they comply, shaping our thoughts and actions. Is it conceivable for another individual to infiltrate the psyche of another and unravel the sought-after truth? In childhood, guardians influence life meticulously, but how do mature individuals undertake the task of mastering their own minds? Can one squeeze every drop of potential from life, akin to extracting juice from chickpeas? Those who adeptly navigate this endeavor often assume managerial roles in today's realm, wielding a power that eclipses mere material wealth and worldly dominance. There's an underlying logic and a profound understanding that propels these individuals to such positions, marking this influence as an invaluable force in the present world. The sharpness of your thinking, honed by the influences of materialism, allows you to grasp the essence of humanity even in someone half your age an understanding that is innate and as fundamental as nature itself. Those who have left a lasting impact on the world, often considered exceptional, are fundamentally ordinary individuals, much like you and me. There exists no external or miraculous quality; instead, all actions are rooted in mundane logic. Human beings, at their core, are ordinary creatures beginning as organisms and culminating in the same fate. Let us delve into understanding our thought processes and how we can navigate our existence to yield optimal results. You need not resort to meditation, autosuggestion, or telepathy for this journey; rather, ponder upon your own thoughts. There's no need to delve into complexities, for complexity brings peril. While some innate qualities may work naturally from birth, it doesn't elevate you above life's challenges. You, too, are an evolved form of nature. Those dismissing nature's significance shall eventually realize its omnipresence. What truly matters is one's courage and moral fortitude. Many assume they possess profound knowledge, yet this confidence often stems from ignorance. Wise individuals, who truly comprehend or possess abilities, shun such misconceptions, for they grasp the essence of true knowledge. Science often propels the belief that it unlocks the gateway to immortality, a notion that many question for its realism. Science, however, constitutes an inexhaustible exploration of doubt, fantasy, and the surreal. While history witnessed many engaged in meditation and wisdom, their absence today doesn't signify their immersion in the shadows of the world touched by the light of science. These individuals, akin to modern-day ascetics, don't adorn themselves in traditional attire, instead immersing themselves in the world around them. They remain surrounded by a multitude of like-minded souls, both living and departed, performing their duties fearlessly, yet often unnoticed in a world teeming with millions. Embrace the belief that the world is your canvas, harboring thoughts to embellish and improve it, to harness a profound force. Many may already resonate with this notion, and I am humbled and grateful to know them.  Scientifically Rational Facts: The brain generates energy akin to electricity, manifesting as heat, pressure, or sensation. This energy undergoes a division into four distinguishable components. While this categorization serves the purpose of facilitating our understanding and analysis, consider the example of time: It lacks a specific aspect or dimension; however, for ease of comprehension, we have organized time into the present, past, and future on our calendars… 


Mind-Brain, Thought-Consciousness Level: 


  1. Beta-conscious 
  2. Alpha-subconscious 
  3. Theta-sub-subconscious 
  4. Delta-unconscious 


The brain functions optimally during idle periods because, similar to an electrical circuit, its immune system operates at its lowest when the brain utilizes its complete energy reserves. This explains why individuals often find ingenious solutions by maintaining a composed mindset during moments of imminent danger. In terms of the brain's pulse cycle, a rate of 14 vibrations per second denotes the beta level, correlating with tasks involving worldly engagements much like the state you're in while reading this. Vibrations ranging between 7 signify the alpha level, often experienced during drowsiness or daydreaming, just before falling asleep, or upon waking up. As the brain pulsates at 4, entering the theta level, a state of sleep ensues, disconnecting one from the material realm. Finally, as the brain wave's 'beat' declines from 4 to '0', the brain reaches the delta level, where unconsciousness or an almost inert state, akin to being alive but unresponsive, may prevail. 


Specific questions:


  1. Does the body heed the mind's commands?
  2. Does the mind heed the body's signals?
  3. Where does the mind intersect with the body?
  4. What differentiates the brain from the mind?
  5. How do the five senses function, and is there a sixth sense? Can I harness all five senses effectively?
  6. Can I instigate change in the world around me?
  7. Can I exert influence upon objects in my environment?
  8. Can I perceive my desired objects by fully utilizing my senses?
  9. Do I truly understand myself?
  10. Can I freely express my thoughts? To what extent?
  11. What defines spirituality for me?
  12. How do I distinguish materialism from reality?
  13. Can imagination or thoughts sway my body and mind involuntarily?
  14. Do I possess greatness within me?
  15. What defines my existence?
  16. Is the pace of my thoughts faster or slower than the speed of light per second?
  17. Do I struggle to control my emotions?
  18. Am I capable of mastering my own mind?
  19. Do I perceive myself as inherently good or bad?
  20. Can I discern reality by applying logical divisions?
  21. Who truly am I ?



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