I’ve been doing some research into consciousness, and found some interesting articles about biophotons online. Which is apparently a relatively new discovery by scientists.
According to what I read, scientists have discovered that the brain produces photons (light) called biophotons? I’ve also taken my time to read some threads on this forum on people’s individual views on where consciousness comes from, and read about the brain being an INTERFACE for consciousness. Which is what I personally go along with. I believe in the soul, and also believe that entities are both internal AND external, not purely just from our subconscious. So I was looking more so into some scientific articles/etc to see if I can find anything interesting, and found that.
I personally believe both science and spirituality are important in understanding reality, and one another (although science hasn’t gotten that far yet). Reason why I like the occult. Which to me is another form of science.
Does anyone have any opinions on biophotons, or have any other things that might be interesting in understanding consciousness?
- My thoughts on entities being external and internal is some are things like thoughtforms/egegores while others are separate and their own individual as we are our own. What I found interesting is that basically life as we “see” it is a “hallucination” created from our brains via our senses. That our brains create what we “see”/etc. Meaning that our brains is what allows us to “visually” see other humans/animals/Physical things. So you could argue just as much about how much that is real to.
What I’m saying I guess is our reality in my opinion is just as internal as it is external. Just because our brains produce our reality (and our psyche can be a sensitive thing) doesn’t make what we see any less real, or external from ourselves just because we produce that image (via brain) internally. Which is my same argument for entities, that they like anyone physical are processed through our brains to/as well as other “psychic” senses. Doesn’t make them any less real then the people around us that we argue are real and external.