Spiritual Technology

The human brain is often compared to a computer. Yet as much as the computer has improved over the years it still cannot match the complexity of the human brain.

While computer technology is jumping by leaps and bounds, can we also say that the human brain is making equal progress?

The human brain, unlike the computer, is a self-perfecting bio-machine. When individuals learn new things or intend new things, the brain can actually change its wiring and make new connections between neurons (brain cells) to accommodate these psychical changes.

But can the human brain advance by leaps and bounds like the computer? One of the important ways computers are advancing is that they can store more and more information on smaller and smaller materials. Brain design shows this same principle—that the most complex information takes form on the smallest scales of structure (like protein folding which is so fast and precise that it lies beyond any known classical process). Also, some neuroscientists are starting to embrace the idea that the neuron has its own nervous system and that the higher functions of human reasoning and abstract ideas takes place within these deeper neural structures (substrates).

Information does not seem to be restricted by physical size and measurement. In fact, some serious physicists suspect that all information and process (active information) has its fundamental abode in a pre-spatial and pre-geometric realm.

Scientist/theologian, Emanuel Swedenborg has already beat modern scientists to the punch. He not only created a multi-level model of human cognition, he also devised a hierarchical system of information and structure that lawfully reached all the way into the non-local and non-temporal spiritual world!

In scientific language, religion is God’s strategy to help humans tap into these deeper realms of active information. How?  The answer is LOVE!

Swedenborg claimed that love, affection and intention occupy the cockpit of human intelligence and consciousness. However, each level or substrate of human cognition is under the operational control of a different and distinct species of love. On the lowest level is corporeal love, which embraces worldly pleasure and acquires memory-data. Above this level is the love and desire to understand what the lower level knows. Higher up, is the love for reasoning about the things one understands. Above this is the love to become wise, which is the essence of spiritual love.

Religion is God’s guide and roadmap for humans to choose the better, and finally, the best values to live by. Scientifically speaking, this allows an individual to embrace a higher and more inclusive form of love that operates on deeper levels of the brain and neuron. The process of spiritual growth not only leads to new connections between neurons, but new connections between deeper and deeper substrates of the neuron, until one’s inner bio-structure evolves into a non-physical and coherent spiritual body, capable of functioning in heaven’s ecosystem.

God’s commandments are for the advancing of spiritual technology. The human heart and mind was purposely designed for these divine upgrades.

If this topic interests you, I offer further explanation and details in my soon-to-be-released book Proving God.

http://www.provinggod.com

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3 thoughts on “Spiritual Technology

  1. I would love all this to be true but developments in Ai just suggest that it no longer is. The old thinking was in order to develop an intelligent machine you copied the processes of the human brain. If I wanted to build an electronic chess game, I got the best chess players in and copied every option they went through. That meant there was an obvious upper limit: a computer could only ever be as good a chess player as the best human chess player – and probably not quite that good.
    That’s nice and safe.
    But the paradigm then changed. What if you let technology develop itself? The alarm bells should have started ringing as soon as Kasparov lost a match … to a computer. It did not even register that it had won; it just went through x million (31000000?) options per second and used JUDGEMENT (yes judgement) to select the best one.
    And now wetware hybrids?

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      • my real concern goes one further. for years it has been considered likely that production could one day be dominated by non human labour. but consumption was considered an essentially human thing. you can get a robot to build a BMW but until now you couldn’t get the robot to think ‘i aspire to having one of those’. we are on the edge of that no longer being so. so a better producer and potentially also a better consumer. and politicians are pushing it along not even the researchers. Trump says he wants a 50% hybrid army for the US by some target date etc.

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