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Is the human brain a receiver or projector?

 
Bocephus
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Is the human brain a receiver or projector?
Well?
"cogito ergo sum"
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Re: Is the human brain a receiver or projector?
As you sow, so shall you reap. The brain is a transceiver between space-time and the individuals "recording" structure (book of life, space-time structure)
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Re: Is the human brain a receiver or projector?
Wow!
"cogito ergo sum"
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Re: Is the human brain a receiver or projector?
Definitely receiver! Too much indicates that fact.
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Re: Is the human brain a receiver or projector?
Definitely receiver! Too much indicates that fact.
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Re: Is the human brain a receiver or projector?
I think it's both it projects what it receives!
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Re: Is the human brain a receiver or projector?
It is both. Some are better at receiving and others are better at transmitting but each one does both. It just depends on which in the brains experience has been exercised more.
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Re: Is the human brain a receiver or projector?
It is both. Some are better at receiving and others are better at transmitting but each one does both. It just depends on which in the brains experience has been exercised more.
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I have been told that I am a strong transmitter, and that seems to be true.
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Re: Is the human brain a receiver or projector?
That's a good question. I would say, it's a receiver, something like a TV set, that receives the waves "from the air" and converts them to understandable images, sounds etc. One who is not familiar with technology might assume images, sounds originate in the TV and, by analogy, our ideas originate in the brain, but it is not so. Our ideas are waves that come from somewhere else, another dimension maybe, and we are only machines (biological) to convert them into images, emotions, words etc. And each human is different, because he, his brain is tuned to a different frequency like the TV is tuned to a different channel, so our "programs", characters are different
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Re: Is the human brain a receiver or projector?


Start at 8 minutes in and youll see.
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Re: Is the human brain a receiver or projector?
The brain is just a hardware. Your soul is the software which uses your brian as a vehicle to process information. And your senses are the windows.

Which means.....your brain is a receiver, serving the soul, feeding her with info.
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Re: Is the human brain a receiver or projector?
It depends on whether or not you are discussing the brain in your calvarium or the head of your dick...the dick is both receiver and projector.
just waiting for the SHTF...been watching the USA go into the sewer for 52 years.tried to fight the gun grabbers, had some victories...tried to fight corrupt politicians as a delegate to the Republican party...found out it's all BS
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Re: Is the human brain a receiver or projector?
Well?
 Quoting: Bocephus


The brain is an incased autonomous, self aware, semi-independent integrated-dimensional biological space time continuum host.
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Re: Is the human brain a receiver or projector?
Both. Everyone receives information that's never going to change, and its also projects, your body is projecting your every move.
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Re: Is the human brain a receiver or projector?
Both. Everyone receives information that's never going to change, and its also projects, your body is projecting your every move.
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Your brain is projecting your thoughts threw your body.
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