Can we bridge between "new age" jargon and scientific jargon?

refined and pure energy vibrationEdit

"Human Soul (entity consciousness) is, in the simplest of terms, a fragment of the Universal Spirit Consciousness of First Source. As reported in the Glossary, it is composed of a very refined and pure energy vibration that is equal to Source Intelligence (spirit). It is an immortal, living, coherent consciousness that is a replica of the energy of its Creator with the individual consciousness of a unique personality." (source)

Attempt to translate the idea of consciousness as "refined and pure energy vibration" into modern neuroscience:

"Existing theories of consciousness rely on the idea that consciousness depends on electrical activity in neuronal networks that resonates with the structure of the brain AND sensory stimuli. Those resonances that are most "pure" are what form our conscious awareness. By the time we are adults, all of our conscious experiences are influenced by what we have learned through our interactions with the world while growing up. Any neuronal network that we use to generate a particular conscious experience will have been "refined" through a life time of experience. I could call the resonances in our brains that produce consciousness "refined and pure" vibrations." (source)

next the energy in the brain, is not the soul or conciousnes. It is a side effect of the body fluid and salt, this produce the energy who scientist can measure.Only when their is a stimulating source, like the senses. But conciousness is not the same as the senses. See plantlife and moluculair transport.,ouestion, how can a plant react on a external source without ears or eyes, skin.Edit

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