Are you interested in your dreams? Do you suspect that they might help you better understand yourself and your inner life? The content and purpose of dreams have been a topic of scientific speculation, as well as a subject of philosophical and religious interest, throughout recorded history. The view of dynamic psychology is that dreams … Continue reading Dreams – Personal learning from beyond oneself?
Ever set eyes on someone and then realise they weren’t actually physically present? You can read about many cases of apparitions that have been seen. Here are some examples. People tend to report apparitions that appear solid and not transparent. Indeed, whatever they are deceive us, as to their non-physical nature, because they seem so … Continue reading Apparitions – What to make of them?
If you don’t believe in a human soul or in an afterlife, how would you respond if I asked you to sign a contract to sell your soul to me for £2? Many people these days are sceptical of the notion that consciousness can survive the death of the brain. Modern science points out that … Continue reading Afterlife – Could you believe deep down?
People like truth. What is accurately right. They think it is all-important, yes? But just because something is true, do we select which bit of it to say? Should there be a bouncer at the door where accuracies line up to hit the truth club? Another short video from Offthelefteye [youtube_sc url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-nJX6_XUXU&feature=relmfu]
A very funny presentation about the male and female brain by Mark Gungor. Men’s brains are unique. They are made up of little boxes. A box for everything. We’ve got a box for the car, a box for the money, a box for the job. And the rule is the boxes don’t touch. When a … Continue reading A tale of two brains