Did you ever think about or study about how the brain works? The brain is such a complex thing. Our bodies take in information through our senses and the information is processed by the brain. But I always wonder about where my thoughts come from, and where are memories stored.
As the author of The Holograph Universe, Michael Talbot, begins his exploration, he finds the works of University of London physicist David Bohm, a quantum physicist studying the nature of the universe, and Stanford University neurophysiologist Karl Pribram, studying the neurophysiological workings of the brain. The standard theories of each field just couldn’t explain so many questions and puzzles they were exploring in their perspective fields, and as they worked, they both reached a similar conclusion coming from different directions, that the universe itself and all in it including us and our brains are a kind of giant hologram.
This new book dives into why the idea of the hologram works in explaining so many things. It begins with a discussion of Karl Pribram’s work and theories, which for me make perfect sense. I always wondered why my thoughts seem to pop in, why they can be random, and why some memories are easily accessed and why I just can’t remember others. It made no sense to me that they are all stored in the brain. It was more like they were accessed by the brain. Pribram’s work shows different parts of the brain react at different times; response is non-local and seems to be everywhere. Just like a hologram contains all of the whole of an image in every part.
So, I invite you to explore with me this concept of a holographic universe and see what science is now finding. Our old truths in science seem to be changing day to day. Please join us to explore on Quantum Leap Book Club on Law of Attraction Radio Network. https://www.loaradionetwork.com/quantum-leap.
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