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Our Creative Brain

Our Creative Brain

A direct link to the field of information seems possible and we move closer to the possibility that the brain is the receiver of mind, not its creator. This is important to the afterlife because upon dying we have no brain but do desire to keep our minds.

Why don’t we access more of the mind field ourselves? In fact, we do. The brain adapts to the field at will. If you intend to learn Chinese ideograms, of which there are thousands, you can apply yourself, and gradually a system of meaningless ink strokes will be transformed into a meaningful area of knowledge.

Once mastered, the Chinese language becomes part of you; it becomes second nature, and you can proceed to use it for creative purposes. In essence, you have accessed the mind field and willed your own evolution. You have made a leap nearly as significant as when Paleolithic man discovered that meaningless vocal noises could be transformed into spoken language.

Intelligence and meaning aren’t only “in here” as a subjective creation of the brain or “out there” as a freestanding object. The give-and-take by which the brain creates meaning is also how it creates the world and creates itself. All these processes actually belong to one process, the self “curving back onto itself to create again and again,” as Lord Krishna says.

The field is innately creative. It formed the human brain, which is so receptive that it took the next leap and learned to create new thoughts, abilities, and memories on its own. Our brains are still acting out the total activity of the cosmos, but we happen to claim that “I am thinking” when it’s just as true to say “the mind field is thinking through me.”

Adapted from Life After Death: The Burden of Proof, by Deepak Chopra (Harmony Books, 2006).

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Deepak Chopra

Acknowledged as one of the world's greatest leaders in the field of mind body medicine, Deepak Chopra, M.D. continues to transform our understanding of the meaning of health. Chopra is known as a prolific author of over 49 books with 12 best sellers on mind-body health, quantum mechanics, spirituality, and peace. A global force in the field of human empowerment, Dr. Chopra's books have been published in more than 35 languages with more than 20 million copies in print.

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4:20PM PDT on Oct 20, 2012

Beware a truth untold may be really looking at this !

6:46AM PDT on Oct 19, 2012

Mind is not brain, nor vice-versa. Connected, yes. Ever use a computer (which is like a brain) to do something? You're not your computer. It's a tool, a device, that you use. The computer cares not what it does or what data it computes. It takes you to care about how a computer (including your brain) works or what it does or what data it gives out.

8:39AM PDT on Apr 19, 2012

good to ponder

6:11AM PDT on Apr 6, 2011

Thanks for the article.

10:37AM PST on Dec 4, 2010

Wishful thinking, meaningless drivel, faulty analogy, nonsense from start to finish.

3:37AM PST on Nov 13, 2010

Thanks

2:17AM PDT on Sep 15, 2010

thanks

12:56AM PDT on Aug 14, 2010

The creative brain or better known as our computer is what ego uses to keep us separated from our creator.
Our true source lies in our heart and when we access it using the 7 laws of the universe in particular Love , forgiveness and compassion then we are well on our way to waking up and overcoming the control ego has over us and we can see that it was all just a dream and that we were not separated but just asleep having the dream.
Remember Adam was put to sleep to create Eve but nowhere is it said that he woke up.

11:17AM PST on Mar 2, 2010

Interesting!

7:19PM PST on Feb 18, 2010

Thanks for all your interesting thoughts, they're great!

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