's book: The Secret Of Light
Chapter 10 - Function Of The Brain
Electric awareness of observed effects of matter in motion is registered in the brain.
It is commonly believed that the brain thinks and knows.The brain does not think, nor does it know. It is but a storehouse of recorded sensations.
The brain "remembers" these records for man's usage as he needs them,
and for fulfilling the requirements of his body.
The brain is a complex state of motion expressed by waves of light pulsing in cycles.
States of motion cannot KNOW anything, nor can they THINK anything. .
The brain is part of a machine, a human machine.
Machines can express thoughts which are electrically
projected through them, but machines are incapable of
thinking the thoughts thus projected.
Likewise machines can express knowledge but they cannot have knowledge.
Likewise machines can do marvelous things when patterned
and controlled by knowledge, but they cannot KNOW what they do.The centering conscious Mind of man's Soul-will alone thinks
by projecting desire for creative expression through the brain machine.
Desire in Mind is electrically expressed. Electricity is
the motivative force which projects the One Light of
Mind two ways to create cycles of light waves for the
purpose of expressing thought cycles.
Desire is not in the brain. It is in the centering conscious self.
Desire is the cause of all motion.THE BRAIN RECORDS SENSATIONS
The brain is but the electric recording mechanism of
conscious Mind thinking. It is also man's storage warehouse
of electric records of memories and thoughts since his beginning.
It is the servant of Universal Intelligence. It operates
all mechanisms of the body. It acts as the central switchboard
for all its instinctive voluntary and involuntary actions.
The brain is the seat of sensation. Its purpose in this
respect is to keep the body electrically informed of the
condition of the body, through electrical messages.
Such messages are not mental. They are purely electrical.
They produce sensation. The brain senses and
records every message. It sends counteracting messages
to other parts of the body.
The body is a vast and complex mechanism. The brain
is an electrical recorder, distributor, broadcaster and
receiver for all operational parts of that multi-celled
machine, but its actions have no relation to intelligence.
The brain records sensations of experiences and observations
which the senses convey to it. Such sensations
are mistaken for thinking and knowing. Sensation arising
from electrical motion is purely automatic.
The mistake in assuming that the brain thinks and
knows is due to the fact that man believes himself to be
thinking when he is only sensing. Man also believes that
he is acquiring knowledge through sensed observation
of sensed EFFECT, when he is but recording electrical
sensations which inform him as to the nature of things
observed by his senses.
The body is a patterned machine designed to do many
things. Electric motivation through nerve wires determines
When such sensations act in unison with his conscious
awareness of the Light which centers him as PERSON,
he is then thinking as well as sensing.The centering consciousness of man, the PERSON,
transforms information received by the senses into
knowledge to the extent of which he is capable of recognizing
CAUSE in spirit, back of the EFFECT which his senses record.
Until that transformation takes place, man is without
knowledge no matter to what extent his senses may have
informed him, for information is not knowledge.
A man may be a veritable encyclopedia of information.
He may have earned many college degrees for
being well informed and yet be without sufficient
knowledge to create anything.
For instance, we cannot sense the idea of a harp while
it is still, but we can know the idea of the harp. We can
know its various possibilities of expression, even though
its strings are not vibrating. Likewise we can imagine
countless complexities of rhythms which lie unexpressed
within those still strings.
Conversely, we cannot know the vibrations which
come from those strings when we set them in motion.
We can but sense those vibrations through our own
sensed electrical awareness.Near Death Experiences. Consciousness survives and continues after death
A well documented case involving a woman, Pam Reynolds
had an operation called "standstill"
to remove an artery aneurysm in her brain.
The total surgery lasted about 7 hours and the standstill took less than 1 hour.
She was clinically dead because she had no brain activity, but after revival was
later able to accurately describe her 'out of body' observations of the operation.
This is validated as being quite accurate.