Robert & Suzanne Mays - What medical neuroscience can learn from NDEs





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Published on Jul 21, 2015

Robert and Suzanne Mays present how near-death experiences (NDEs) and shared-death experiences (SDEs) provide several lines of evidence that suggest that consciousness separates from the brain and body during these experiences. The mind-entity hypothesis proposes that the “mind” is an objective, autonomous entity that can separate from and operate independent of the brain. When united with the brain, the mind can interact with the brain’s physical processes. The mind is the person’s seat of consciousness. Robert and Suzanne propose an interface of the mind with the brain which can explain a number of open questions about consciousness and specific neurological dysfunctions such as Alzheimer’s disease, addictions and aphasia. They also have suggestions for developing or enhancing neurological treatment and therapies.

Robert & Suzanne Mays' web site: http://selfconsciousmind.com
For more information on near-death experiences, visit http://iands.org
For information about IANDS conferences, visit http://conference.iands.org


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