Communication Through A Single Brain Of The Universe

laitman_594In the News (Daily Mail): “Professor Moran Cerf from Northwestern University says…

“Choosing the right friends is important because it causes our brainwaves to resemble those of the people we spend most time with. …

“This means you start becoming alike, and pick up their desirable behaviours and ways of seeing the world without being conscious of it.

“’The more we study engagement, we see time and again that just being next to certain people actually aligns your brain with them’, he said.

“’This means the people you hang out with actually have an impact on your engagement with reality beyond what you can explain. And one of the effects is you become alike.’

“Researchers have previously suggested this ‘neural coupling’ is a key part of communication.

“If we are on the same wavelength as someone else we can anticipate what they might say and therefore understand them better.

“This in turn has an evolutionary advantage as it means we work better and faster as a team.”

My Comment: In fact, our brain communicates with the general mind of the universe. We are connected to it like modems. There is an immense system between us and everyone receives information through it.

“Direct” communication is often an illusion. What I say and what comes to the listener is not the same thing. The main influence of the environment passes through different channels.

This is why I want my students to study according to one system, from the same sources, read my blog, Twitter and so on. Only in this way do we get closer to each other.
From Kab TV’s “News with Dr. Michael Laitman” 3/13/18

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One Comment

  1. Closer to each other?Do you ever get the idea that you are floating in space like an astranaout but without a suit and with no feeling and thought. How does closer to each other feel?

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