Skip to comments.The Scientific Proof of the Existence of the Soul
Posted on 02/23/2014 5:18:03 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
Michael Hathaway, author of 10 books on psychic development, past lives, regression, hypnosis and spirituality, and a board certified Past Life Regression Therapist is one of the most respected hypnotists in the country. He published a book entitled, Its Time to Simplify Your Souls Code, an easy how-to guide for discovering our unique special purpose and to enrich our life experience by delving into the aspects of higher self and soul contracts.
In this book, Mr. Hathaway emphasizes the source energy of the loving universe as a means to connect to our divine purpose as incarnated souls. He brilliantly describes the Souls Code as the unique divine purpose each of us brings to our existence and that which we seek to manifest our spiritual growth. The time we spend here on Project Earth in the restraints of space/time and ego are designed as a learning tool, and we are joined together with earthly and other worldly beings, representing our Project Team. To simplify our soul code, we need only trust and believe in a universal energy that tunes us into our own divine pattern. This energy is the embodiment of unconditional love of both our self and others.
The Soul is perhaps one of the most misunderstood and highly controversial topics for mankind to ponder. Soul expands across all aspects of human activity, from science to religion to spirituality to death and salvation, the complexity of the soul is a subject we examine with wonder and awe, yet without sure conviction.
Psychology is defined as the study of the soul yet doctors have trouble defining the Soul. Websters defines soul as the immortal essence, animating principle, or an activating cause of an individual life. But medical science is divided between the soul/mind and the brain/consciousness as the essence of the human psyche. In 1901 Dr. Duncan MacDougall determined that the soul weighed 21 grams by weighing dying patients right before and right after death.
If its true that the soul lives after death of the physical body and is immortal, than we also have to examine reincarnation, which incidentally was banned by the Council of Nice in 553 AD. In the most compelling scientific evidence to date validating reincarnation, Dr. Ian Stevenson documented over 3,000 cases of children who remembered their past lives. In his study the childrens stories were validated, yet even this irrefutable proof is viewed with conjecture by modern neuroscientists.
Except one, Dr. Eben Alexander, a Harvard educated neurosurgeon, who after his own near death experience now supports that the soul is separate from the human body and is a true entity, as outlined in his book Proof Of Heaven. His organization Eternea is the frontier science that will identify that we exist after physical death eternally. The Soul is our essence, and, as Edgar Cayce says, we are spiritual beings having a human experience not human beings having a spiritual experience. The souls evolution is always towards God and away from material gains. The Soul has sensations and thoughts, desires and beliefs, and performs intentional actions.
As our bodies wear out, the soul seeks periods of rest and reflection. Supporters of alien origin and existence propose that the soul differentiates the human race from other species and is highly regarded by other civilizations. Yet even while the other species look upon our gift of the soul with envy and admiration, our science and religions relentlessly diminish the knowledge of how to use the soul as our opportunity to grow and to align with the creator. The Wingmakers describe human beings as a race of soul carriers and propose that this century will be the discovery of the scientific proof of the existence of the Soul or the Grand Portal. Further, that the soul is a fragment of original source or light that we are all a part of and that our human experience is a small part of our existence and, in reality, is a search for unity.
Michael Hathaways books help to address the complexity of past lives and soul integration, as well as tuning in to our psychic abilities as we transform into a new, advanced being. This new race is described by Edgar Cayce as the fifth root race, a highly evolved people who are born with a greater knowing of the workings of the universe. As we focus on our spiritual growth, aspects of our direct link to the greater universe deepens and our third eye senses things that awaken us to our true nature of our earth assignment.
About the Author
Deborah West worked in corporate public relations and media for over 20 years and is currently a freelancer, reporting on a wide variety of topics including disclosure, ancient and multidimensional civilizations, the the shift in humanitys consciousness and brings truthful reporting to topics ranging from healthcare to energy. She writes a column called Lost Knowledge on and a weekly radio show called Lost Knowledge on Tuesdays 3-5pm CST.
For more information on Michael Hathaway and his books go to: www.whitemountainhypnosiscenter.com
Maybe it's just what oxygen weighs after it is expelled from the lungs at the dying breath? Just wondering.
Beam me up,Scotty.
Stopped read right there.
that is sooo cool I never heard that before
does a jar under vacuum weigh the same as a jar not under a vacuum?
Do religious experiences come from God, or are they merely the random firing of neurons in the brain? Drawing on his own research with Carmelite nuns, neuroscientist Mario Beauregard shows that genuine, life-changing spiritual events can be documented. He offers compelling evidence that religious experiences have a nonmaterial origin, making a convincing case for what many in scientific fields are loath to considerthat it is God who creates our spiritual experiences, not the brain. Beauregard and O'Leary explore recent attempts to locate a "God gene" in some of us and claims that our brains are "hardwired" for religioneven the strange case of one neuroscientist who allegedly
I done a lot of soul-searchin` lately
but never did find one...
I thought they meant the Council of Noetics...oh, no that was Dan Brown.
Memory is hazy because this topic is filed right next to memories of dorm room bullsessions and beer-drinking sessions. Having played about with hypnosis in college, the past-life regression “memories” are quite fascinating, even if they are nothing more than random stream-of-consiousness fabrications of the subconscious mind.
We don't need a someone with a degree in psycho-babble to instruct us.
Start with Joesph Campbell and his excellent work in mythology.
Your journey will diverge at some point.
The divergence is that of “certainty” or “uncertainty”.
The choice is yours.
I don’t need anyone’s word on if I have a soul. I know it because Jesus told me that it is so.
Man dies ...”then the Judgement”
it’s amazing what lengths so many will go to avoid coming to grips with that reality!
Do we live in a vacuum? Are our lungs under a vacuum?
The article does not show any scientific proof. There can not be, and will not be any scientific proof, unless you include the works of St Thomas of Aquinas under science. They are indeed science, but not under today’s interpretation of the word science.
I always thought Soul was a kind of food.
The article cites Dr Evan Alexander, but he’s apparently a charlatan who wrote his best-selling book to make money because he was facing costly malpractice suits and was in a lot of financial trouble.
The jar, not the human.