Blessed2 Posted April 17 Share Posted April 17 The materialist paradigm is the idea that for example, emotion joy is due to certain molecules acting in the brain. But when I experience joy, I do not actually experience any molecules. There is also the idea that sensations, like pain, is due to nerves sending electric signals to the brain. But if I hit my finger with a hammer, I do not actually experience electrons in nerves. Similarly, the vibration paradigm says that the emotion joy, or sensation pain, is vibration. But when I experience joy or pain, I do not actually experience vibration. Or if I smell roses, I do not experience vibration. Why is the vibrational paradigm so popular? Is it really the case, or kinda just a pointer, one step on a ladder kind of a deal? Quote Mention Everyone is waiting for eternity but the Shaman asks: "how about today?" Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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