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A question for spiritualists.

 
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A question for spiritualists.
If dreams are spiritual rather than just the working of the physical brain, why can't people born blind see in their dreams.

Just a question I want to know your answer to.

I am an atheist but don't want to see this degrade into a spiritualist/antispiritualist debate.

I only wonder how you reason on this.
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05/05/2013 12:23 PM
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Re: A question for spiritualists.
If dreams are spiritual rather than just the working of the physical brain, why can't people born blind see in their dreams.

Just a question I want to know your answer to.

I am an atheist but don't want to see this degrade into a spiritualist/antispiritualist debate.

I only wonder how you reason on this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37159732


Think dreams are just the result of the minds imagination though maybe some dreams can be spiritual
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05/05/2013 01:02 PM
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Re: A question for spiritualists.
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05/05/2013 09:41 PM
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Re: A question for spiritualists.
I think dreams are a release valve in our brain. Each day we receive an overwhelming amount of data. Not to mention we must fight against anger, lust, envy, wanting what we can't have. Suppressing 24/7 things we must control in our daily lives.

So, we go to sleep and the brain processes the day's events. Something in our higher selves must reconcile all of this. So we dream, the brain shifts into a higher gear, and we chase phantoms and run from our enemies, etc.

Hello darkness, my old friend, I've come to talk with you again. For a vision softly creeping, left its seeds while I was sleeping. That's a verse from the song "Sounds of Silence."

We dream to escape the madness we have created.
“So comes snow after fire, and even dragons have their endings.”
― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Hobbit
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Re: A question for spiritualists.
Well if they were blind from birth visual imagery was never acquired.

But if they were blinded later in life, it would be retained in the brain.

Very hard way to live, either way. :(

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Re: A question for spiritualists.
p.s. I guess that wasn't a very 'spiritual' answer.

I never really thought of dreams that way.

Mostly cuz I don't have or remember them very often and don't pay too much mind.

But maybe I should :)
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Re: A question for spiritualists.
If dreams are spiritual rather than just the working of the physical brain, why can't people born blind see in their dreams.

Just a question I want to know your answer to.

I am an atheist but don't want to see this degrade into a spiritualist/antispiritualist debate.

I only wonder how you reason on this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37159732


symbolic interpretation of dreams is retarded
and most dreams are junk imagery

on the other hand spiritual messages in dreams can be conveyed through voice.

and we had a blind monk with spiritual fore-sight
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