On 27 Jan 2013, at 14:06, Roger Clough wrote:

Hi Bruno Marchal

IMHO meditation is a perfectly natural phenomenon
that does not need to be "integrated" into anything.

?

Then, why do you integrate it in the natural phenomenon?

Bruno






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On 25 Jan 2013, at 16:41, Roger Clough wrote:

I think that meditation is a way of cutting out the
links of consciousness to the noise of the brain,
suggesting that Cs is not a product of the brain,
rather the reverse. It lets us experience Cs
as it really is, cosmic, free of the brain.

OK. Note that there are other methods with less bad secondary effect than meditation or wine. Those experiences are not concluding, in the public sense, but are part of the research and they *can* be integrated in different scientific (thus hypothetical) theories. Rigor consists simply in keeping the interrogation marks.

Bruno


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