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https://getpocket.com/explore/item/scie ... -your-body

Neat article, got me thinking, though I'd share. I realize this article doesn't look at the "mind" from a spiritual aspect, but it can speak to how we are present in this world aside from our souls.

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There are instances of patients receiving a donated organ, particularly but not exclusively confined to the heart, and experience a change in tastes in which they now liked things that they previously disliked and which the donor liked. Or felt sensations and feelings that they previously had not felt before. The are theories that the human body exhibits holographic characteristics and hence what makes us what we are is not confined to just the brain. Michael Talbot wrote a book called "The Holographic Universe" which I have a copy of and have read. Food for thought.
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Sinned wrote:
Fri Feb 14, 2020 3:05 pm
There are instances of patients receiving a donated organ, particularly but not exclusively confined to the heart, and experience a change in tastes in which they now liked things that they previously disliked and which the donor liked. Or felt sensations and feelings that they previously had not felt before. The are theories that the human body exhibits holographic characteristics and hence what makes us what we are is not confined to just the brain. Michael Talbot wrote a book called "The Holographic Universe" which I have a copy of and have read. Food for thought.
There are some recent theories that gut flora play a much greater rôle in health and illness than was previously recognised, but you may not want to look too closely into how they are administered ---- 'Food for thought' indeed! :-(
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Yeah, I'd heard of faecal transfusions for cases where the patient had to have their gut microbes killed off and to put in place some good ones!!!!
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