Jen Scharf

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Healing with Logic

I don't think the mind is exactly "right and left" brained, but rather a single projection, modulated through the nodes in the mind and body. It is primarily spherical, but further modulated through the body systems (to various amplitudes). I will be exploring this idea in depth in a future posting about the mechanism of consciousness. For now, we contemplate the possibilities for connecting scientific rigour with religious submission and how that might turn us into a superhero.

We might ask ourselves: at what limits do apriori and priori knowledge converge? Is this possible?

Isanu shares this about Gödel's incompleteness theorem:
The wiki says: The first incompleteness theorem states that no consistent system of axioms whose theorems can be listed by an "effective procedure" (i.e., any sort of algorithm) is capable of proving all truths about the relations of the natural numbers (arithmetic). For any such system, there will always be statements about the natural numbers that are true, but that are unprovable within the system. The second incompleteness theorem, an extension of the first, shows that such a system cannot demonstrate its own consistency.

The error tacit to assumption (1) is that it is only true if the algorithms are not self-similar and the system is also not self-

Proxy Isanu has had some troubles with full conscious coherence; something he is learning to manage by studying the Quantum Mind Hypothesis. He now wonders "...if Gödel's incompleteness theorem, the idea of apriori and priori knowledge might be representative of religion (top down, priori knowledge) and science (bottom up, apriori knowledge). Maybe the left and right sides of the brain each have their own gifts to offer?"

I am super happy to talk about this since I've had Gödel's on hold in my quantum brain for a while now (sometimes motto is: "best for last!"). 

"If a system contains all true axioms, it must also contain incorrect axioms as well (this to me seems a little bit like religion).  If the system contains ONLY TRUE axioms, it will necessarily be incomplete- there will be true axioms which are not able to be contained within the system.  This is a bit like science, the idea of starting with first principles, and assuming nothing, no leaps of faith or intuition, not beliefs about possibilities etc."

similar, which is likely the case in Ayurveda. This system, with its myriad trinary and composite/derivative trinary classifiers is the supreme corporeal statistical thermodynamic archetypal normalizer! 

Gödel also fails in the case of the frequencies of the quantum mind, which are infinite. This doesn't mean the modalities of the mind cannot be correctly understood by the mind. Based on the sheer volume of Indian Vedas indicating same, there is bound to be bilateral coherence and therefore interdependence of the macroset mind on the microset mind. It is perhaps more difficult at this point for the Western mind to see how, which is why I formulated the Quantum Mind Hypothesis.

 This notion is discussed at length however in the ancient texts of India, whose tradition my Guru faithfully represents. 

Isanu continues: "So you can see the idea of religion possibly containing some deep,relevant, important truths, but by reaching for them, in this way, the system will contain errors... and with science, you can have a rigourous system you know you can trust, but it lacks the vision and imagination and -faith- to make the leaps beyond logic and reason to truths which don't immediately fit in a given paradigm..."


"...But together, one can reach further truths, but reach back to science to ground and verify them, correcting errors... and sort of clarifying visions which may have been distorted by the visionary, creative, but less rational element as it was making leaps beyond logic."

Thank you Isanu

The power of combining science and spirituality is derivative of the quality of the particular coordinate system in which these methods are practiced. The trinity of Ayurveda is both a coordinate system and a scientific hypothesis and thus represents discernment unseen and unknown and in fact unknowable in the present viewpoint of many Westerners.

Please also see my article on Basic Logic.