Thursday, March 22, 2018

Science, the "Soul," and Consciousness (audio)

George Walter Chyz, George Boory (, Triality of Consciousness/Unexplained Tales, 3/21/18); Seth Auberon, Pat Macpherson (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

With a master's of science in mechanical engineering from MIT, George Walter Chyz wrote the book The Magnificent Soul.

He discusses the "science of the soul" (the nonphysical part of us) and how he has uncovered a three-part "Triality" of human consciousness that opens the door to inner divinity.

Triality is an advancement beyond duality. In addition to the mind and heart, Chyz proposes that consciousness also resides in the gut, a seat of intuition. More signals are actually traveling up the spine to the brain than from the brain to the body.

He cites evidence, such as 2,500 scientific reincarnation investigations and studies of near death experiences (NDEs), that the mind retains functions independent of the brain.

You thinking? - Yeah. - But your brain waves show no activity. - Oh. (
"Consciousness is not created by the physical brain," he says. It is what is at the foundation of the universe, he declares, not matter.

"The brain," says Chyz, "is like a multi-pin connector," for the field of consciousness. It works in tandem with the gastrointestinal brain, which is "actually sending more signals up the spinal cord than the head brain is sending signals down."

Interestingly, he suggests that for half the population the pineal gland has calcified (which can be verified by a simple MRI scan). It has turned to bone due to emotional pain.

After discussions with Native Americans such as the Southwest's Hopi and Hawaii's Kahuna, he has found that their wisdom and prophecies mesh with his scientific theories bridging the spiritual and scientific worlds. More + AUDIO

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