Late into the night, a scientist works alone in his laboratory. Suddenly, he hears a voice that explains how to perfect his invention. When the inventor asks the voice to identify itself, he is told it’s a spirit visiting from the “second millennium.”
The scientist uses the information to successfully complete details on a machine that nearly everyone has used and benefited from.
Physicist Chester Carlson, inventor of the Xerox machine, received key ideas in his laboratory when he heard voices that explained the principles of making copies. Science magazine reported that Carlson left millions in his will to psychical research because, ‘He felt that science should try to reach into the mystery of survival after death.'” Renowned reincarnation researcher Ian Stevenson, M.D., is one such beneficiary of Carlson’s donations.
Webster’s primary definition of ‘science’ is: “possession of knowledge as distinguished from ignorance or misunderstanding; accumulated and accepted knowledge that has been systematized and formulated with reference to the discovery of general truths.” (1) There is a wealth of diverse scientific evidence that strongly supports the existence of a spiritual reality.
In my radio interview with Jeffrey Mishlove, Ph.D., author of The Roots of Consciousness, he stated:
“Today, the conventional scientific view is that consciousness is sort of a product of the brain but there are some very serious problems with that position. This view, known technically as epiphenomenalism, is that somehow consciousness emerges from something that is not conscious, that is purely physical. It doesn’t satisfy anyone, philosophically speaking.
Although it is the popular view among modern academics, it is seriously flawed. We now have leading edge biologists, physicists, and neurophysiologists saying maybe consciousness is something elemental. Maybe it’s just as fundamental as space and time or maybe it’s even more fundamental.”
Given the depth and breadth of the collective evidence, I and many scientists and doctors ARE SURE that consciousness or spirit are the ground of all being and, ultimately, all that is.
With faith and knowledge of our immortal spiritual natures, we can let our inner lights shine, even amidst life’s greatest challenges.
(excerpts from the book “Soul Proof” by Dr. Mark Pitstick)
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Disclaimer: This information is not designed to replace medical or psychological care. Dr. Pitstick’s recommendations are based on forty-five years of training and experience in hospitals, pastoral counseling settings, mental health centers, and holistic chiropractic practice. Some of his statements are supported by clinical and scientific data while others are based on empirical evidence and his best current understandings.
Mark Pitstick, MA, DC is an author, clinical psychologist, chiropractic physician, frequent media guest, and workshop facilitator. He is the director of The SoulPhone Foundation and board member of Helping Parents Heal. Mark can help you know and show — no matter what is going on around you — that your earth-experience is a totally safe, meaningful, and magnificent adventure amidst forever. Visit Soul Proof for free articles, newsletters, and radio shows with top consciousness experts. Email your toughest questions to him at firstname.lastname@example.org.