"Brain physiologist, Nobel Prize winner Sir John C.Ecless conducted research on the phenomenon of the so-called. "Wandering consciousness." Based on the basic physics law of conservation of mass and energy came to the conclusion that human bio-energy can not disappear even after death. The puzzle is only whether the power of consciousness after death the body remain whole or is broken down into small particles? The energy is equivalent to matter (and vice versa - at least we think so today based on the known laws of physics adopted for the right ...), so the matter as energy can appear in any dimension, although not necessarily need to see it."http://www.bochenia.pl/w-kierunku-madro ... tml?page=1
The more I read about Buddhist philosophy
the more I am confirmed in the belief that Buddhism denies himself.
On the one hand talking about reincarnation
on the other hand it is said that the next incarnation does not resemble pearls strung on a string/soul
they are more like a cube stacked one on the other.
is the relationship between the cubes but there is no single identity.
If soThere is no RE-incarnation
If the previous incarnation and the current incarnation
are two different beings
there is no such thing as "My guilt/karma from a previous life" because I dont have any previous lifes.
Previous lifes are not mine.
I have only one life and when I die,will not be continue.
Everything is clear.
at the same time it is stated that some champions have achieved rainbow body
and continue to live, you can pray to them, they can return to Earth to teach us etc.
Did energy of consciousness after death of our body/structure
remain a whole,or it is broken into small particles unaware of their own existence?