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The Emerging Vision of Consciousness and Why It Matters (Co-Chairs: Edward F. Kelly and John Cleese) Dr Paul Marshall – Mind Beyond Brain: Survey...
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Expanding Empirical Research Horizons (Chair: Emily Williams Kelly) Prof Bruce Greyson – Near-Death Experiences Prof Jim Tucker – Cases of the ...
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A common feature of many normal, paranormal and mystical experiences is that they involve some form of space which is distinct from ordinary physical space but nevertheless communal (i.e. a higher-dimensional reality structure). This suggests that individual minds are connected as part of some Universal Mind, with the brain being a filter rather than a generator of consciousness. This implies the possibility of survival of consciousness after death, with the space required for this having some connection with dream space and memory space. However, the nature of post-mortem identity depends crucially on how the Universal Mind fragments into individual minds (i.e. on how consciousness becomes associated with a particular embodiment). We must therefore understand the process of arrival (birth) as well as survival (death). I argue that this involves the nature of the specious present (the minimum timescale of conscious experience). There could then be a hierarchy of levels of consciousness associated with a hierarchy of specious presents and I discuss the implications of this for the nature of identity.