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Thursday, September 4, 2008

The Mystery Of Consciousness...

Where does it go after our demise...?

Once again; (consciousness) is "pure energy". The awareness factor is tied into
our brains as electronic photos- much like (jpegs) on a computer hard-drive &
those "jpegs" can still be retreived even after its been deleted a dozen times
thanks to current FBI technologies- & Im sure a few of you didnt like hearing
that one, but Im just telling you what I found. Forensic science is a major leader
in the criminal investigative field & even drives that were (re-formatted) can also
be rescued thru the very same technology.

To be fair; not all hard-drives can be rescued completly & those can
be likened unto patients with alzheimer where even under the best treatment-
a lot of memory cannot be (accessed)...I didnt say (lost)- just unaccessable for
the time being. A lot of Alzheimer patients quite often tend to recall those bits
of memory over time & we still cannot fully understand why...

Back to "consciousness"'s pure energy & energy (cannot be distroyed) nor
can it be created- frozen or...burned. When you sleep- you are not unconscious.
In sleep, your brain & body are only resting & the brain is in process of recharging
your body for the next wakefull moments. Comatose patients are (unconscious)
So where is their consciousness during the coma...? It's located thru-out their
their entire body, but- the "consciousness" & the brain are not comunicating with
each other as they should- yet, sometimes they reunite on their own or with the
help of the neuro-science we utilize today...

The haunting part is that many of those coma patients have been able to tell their
Doc & family what was going on during those times of "un-consciousness" & even a
few were able to tell Doc & family what the family & doc were doing on certain days
at home or in the office during those comatose days. Is that spooky? not for me cause
I worked in Patient care for over 16 years in my younger days & Iv seen this kind of
stuff many times on my watch.

So, this can only mean that the (coma patient)...or, rather their (consciousness) or at
least part of it was busy on the outside of the patients body..."I just felt a million of you
smile at this point". If you didnt smile- then the point hasnt quite sunk in yet...
"Just give it a little more time" & be very carefull what you say around them & be carefull
what you say & do while you are absent from the patients body- because (you) just may
be the one they decide to visit at the most inconveinent of times... (Sweet dreams...!)