ABSOLUTE certainty about someone’s motive and intention requires that one be able to read that person’s mind and heart directly.
No one could be absolutely sure of Garry Kasparov’s next move, for example, or any chess player solely by studying the patterns of pieces on the chess board they create.
Decoding brain patterns is even more frustrating for neuroscientists who attempt to analyze and interpret them.
Like weather forecasting, the available data it is too often unreliable. For brain researchers the precise location of memory, it is shown, remains elusive. And for good reason—there are more addresses than all the world’s email.
Simple logic would tell us brain activity, like chess moves, cannot be the source of thought, but only thought’s result. Knowing what thoughts are by studying their patterns, has proven more difficult than discovering the perfect chess strategy.
This is because the real ‘thinker’ is positioned behind the curtain of observed consciousness, occultism explains.
The invisible conscious entity who delivers the energetic thought signals which light up the cells and neurons of the physical brain, must logically be the active agent of consciousness — not the responding cells and neurons.
“What lies behind us and what lies before us,” as Emerson wrote memorably, “are small matters compared to what lies within us.”