This is the first of two posts on the topic of travel consciousness. It is also the first part of a two part series about the experience of traveling into the “other” world. The second post will introduce how the brain functions in depth and how the neural networks that link us to our environment are different at each level of consciousness.
Traveling to the other world is a huge deal for many people. The fact that we are able to navigate our way there has been used to justify the need for a lot of technology in our lives. But in a sense, traveling into the other world is a form of travel into the retina of the brain. You can think of the experience of traveling into the other world as moving into the brain’s central nervous system. It is also the first of a series on traveling into the brain.
Although we’re not able to move our brains, we are able to move our bodies, and our bodies can move our brains. That’s because our brains have the power to control the movement of our bodies. As we move through our lives (or at least as we experience our lives), our brains send messages to our bodies about the way we are going and what we will do.
So, moving one’s body has an impact on how we move our brains in the other world. We have a hard time believing for a moment that our bodies have no effect on our brains.
That is not to say we’re not influenced by our surroundings. There are many sensory inputs to consider. For example, if we are walking down the street and we feel a strong and jagged pain, our body is probably telling our brain to move our arms to relieve it. Also, our eyes see objects in the world around us in a non-obscure way, so we can learn how to move objects in a way that is less distracting to our brain.
This is why we can never really know for sure if our brain does what we think it does. It does not know because we cannot show it. The only way to show how your body is influencing your brain is to put it in a brain-imaging machine and use it to record your brain activity.
We are all on the same track with our brains. We all go through phases in which our brain is more focused, less focused, or somewhere in between. At any given moment your brain is on autopilot and it is the same whether you are walking, talking, or thinking. You can experience this yourself because you are using your brain while you are walking, talking, or thinking.
There are many ways to use an I-Scan, whether it be for a brain-imaging machine to record brain activity, for the purpose of learning more about yourself, or for educational purposes. But while the technology is changing, there is still a lot of mystery. A few years ago the company that makes Brain-Imaging machines, the Human Brain Research Institute, was named the “Best Company to Work For” by the Wall Street Journal.
The hope, of course, is that we will be able to use our brains to communicate with one another around the world. But the science behind these technologies is still very uncertain. It will be a few years before we know for sure how a brain can function without the need for visual information.
It’s been a few years since we last talked about the brain’s ability to communicate with one another. Today we are able to speak to some of our closest friends using technology. The ability to speak to strangers is still very much in the works, as scientists remain uncertain about what it is that makes us able to talk to each other.