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Astronomical question and answer 283

 

Frank L. Preuss

 

What happens to the body of the sleeping man?

 

The heading of the webpage de030222 is "The physical body is a projection of the inner self."

When the man now sleeps, then his inner self will probably give itself a break after all, and does not continue projecting the physical body. That may indeed also be the main reason for sleep, to recover from this work.

When that is so, does this physical body then exist while the man sleeps?

One could there ask his wife.

But his wife indeed also projects her own body and not only that, but also her own surroundings. And the body of her husband belongs to that.

And both project their own environment. And that of the man is not the same, which his wife projects. The woman therefore continues projecting the body of her husband, and that is her projection, not the one of her husband.

And these two projections must not necessarily be completely the same. That they are alike at all is created by the fact that they continuously exchange information about that, what they perceive. That is a matter that can happen through normal communication, but also works without this material information exchange, through thought-transference.

That would after all be a beautiful task for scientists, to develop a method, with which one can establish, whether the physical body of the man really continues to exist and to prove that the physical body of the man is not that body, which the scientist projects of this man.

Scientists have made quite clever experiments, which prove the existence of entanglement. They should perhaps work on it to prove the non-existence of the body of the man in the bed and to also prove that the body there in the bed is just the projection, which he, the scientist, projects into the bed, which therefore the higher self of the scientist produces of the man and not the higher self of the man himself.

 

 

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