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Dedicated to 85th anniversary of the
Academician Svyatoslav Pavlovich Nesterov
Edited by V.I. Nesterov, the President of International Non?linear
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The collection of proceedings of Institute of Practical Psychophysics (IPP)
“Topical problems of NLS?diagnostics (theoretical and clinical)” /Under
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mental set and desirable erudition the author tries to fill such a gap. Upon offer?
ing a hypothesis the scientist fearlessly and, to my mind, quite correctly uses
knowledge from different areas: cosmology and philosophy, psychology and crys?
tallography, cybernetics and genetics.
In order to corroborate his positions the author quite often applies to the lat?
est scientific theories and hypotheses being outside of established scientific para?
digm and not universally recognized. Nevertheless, such an approach seems to be
quite reasonable even by availability of serious theoretical substantiations and
experimental confirmations.
Vladimir Nesterov is one of the scientists for whom the world is not limited by
visual reality. But at the same time regardless to numerous temptations the author
takes sufficiently weighted stand. A “razor blade” he is neatly balancing on lies
between two everlasting extremes — ancient empirical experience quite often
bungled in psychological clothes of mysticism and esoterics, from the one hand,
and the science as specialized kind of human activity, from the other hand.
The history of scientific cognition is a field of daring suggestions and their
permanent retractions. Opening new horizons of science before readers the
author insensibly involves them into co?work and co?cognition as well as induces
them to revision of established views not only on the problem of the human but his
place in the universe as well. Psychological effect of this work is intensified by the
fact that during narration the author continually touches serious problems of
world view nature. This is very actually nowadays when mankind is challenged
by the problem of survival in many respects related to the insistent need of urgent
development of a new paradigm of existence, consciousness and activity.
Nesterov successfully combines carefulness of a scientist with respect to read?
ers and understanding of their interests. This fact does not scare readers away by
scientific and especially pseudo?scientific terminology. The present work is not
bureaucratic philosophizing but vivid and distinct statement of own sometimes
unexpected views. Precise putting questions and originality of consciousness per?
fectly combines with the author’s ability to narrate about complex things intelli?
gibly and clearly.
Academician A.N.Berestov
More and more scientists are inclined to the thought that our world is not only
material objects and that there is another layer of reality — a certain global
information field of the Universe, i.e. something like space library in which enor?
mous volumes of information are stored. Ancient Hindus called these areas of
delicate world as Akashi chronicles and modern scientists as energoinformation
field or semantic field of the Universe…And an area in which human thoughts,
V. Nesterov
The work you are holding in your hands now is somehow epochal. It is itch?
ing to seal the cover with the stamp of “XXI century”. Of course, main facts set
forth therein were known much earlier. But they were scattered in hundreds and
thousands of inaccessible publications, but above all their combinatorics, inter?
pretation and understanding looked differently and added up to a tough as
Procrustean bed alternative of “either — or”, of course, in favor of scientific
approach and to the prejudice of na?ve and old?fashioned popular illusions.
Nowadays, when mankind has stepped with one leg into the information age,
its previous views on the world and itself therein are undergoing serious correc?
tion exceeding all previous intellectual revolutions in the scopes and conse?
A phantom longing for recent perception of the customary and comfortable as
worn?in shoes visual environment, genome decoding unwittingly reminding
atomism of Democritus can not hide the fact that psychology of virtual realities,
logic of nonlinear processes, philosophy of unstable states, hybrid structures and
composite scientific disciplines are currently getting out to the field of knowledge.
Active formation of natural and related thereto abstract sciences is taking place
as a new philosophy of invisible.
The things that seemed to dissipate upon approaching to the “scalpel” of
impartial scientific arguments unexpectedly start merging therewith creating a
detonating mixture of new consciousness and information civilization.
We have to do V. Nesterov’s creative impudence due honors as his uncommon
work is in the course of growing tendencies.
The author of this fascinating work can be reasonably referred to represen?
tatives of so called deviant science — deviating from conventional orthodox cri?
teria and views. Seemingly conflicting with established conceptions this area of
science in general plays quite positive role. It not only reveals shortages of exist?
ing theoretical models but offers its own conceptions and cognitive strategies. The
“Russian school” is always notable for such a scientific dissidence. The gone XX
century was no exception. Just let me mention names of such thinkers as K.E.
Tsyolkovsky (“Space philosophy”) A.L. Tchizhevsky (heliobiology and influence
of the Sun on historical processes), D.L. Andreev (metahistory), L.N.Gumilev
(theory of passionarity) to make it sure… It can be said for sure that as many
modern Russian scientists studying connections between natural and human
things Vladimir Nesterov keeps on this tradition… Practically all work is devot?
ed to phenomena not being explained yet by the classic science. Having wide
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information. It seems unbelievable because from the school?time the most
comfortable concept of time sits in our consciousness. It can be well illus?
trated by habitual graphs where a direct arrow (flow) of time is always direct?
ed rightwards, i.e. from the past to the future and time itself is linear as a
bridge or a board thrown across the precipice: one wrong move and you are
dead. It is obvious to pupils, but not to scientists. Nowadays they are increas?
ingly inclined to other models.
There are even the most uncommon hypotheses. Some scientists suppose
that a set of worlds equal by their history but shifted in time relative to each
other can exist simultaneously. Then it is enough to look into the required
parallel world in order to get in the future (or the past). Others set up a
hypothesis on availability of two counter?current flows of time. The first flow
— coming from the past to the future and more intensive — we take it as our
own. Scientists explain many chronoanomalies by interaction of these flows.
Whether counter?current flows by any reason get balanced, then real bodies
as if fall out of time and can even disappear from our reality. Whether the
counter?current flow suddenly excess our own one, then it is possible to find
ourselves in other time…
Professor of the Pulkovo observatory N.A. Kozyrev (1908?1983) devel?
oped its own conception of time. Not going into details let us make a note of
the most important for us — conclusion of the scientist: “The future already
exists; therefore it is not surprising that we can observe it right now”.
This idea said by the scientist’s mouth is stunning. But the most interest?
ing that Kozyrev has experimentally proved its hypothesis. By pointing closed
(!) by the cover telescope objective at one or other star the astrophysicist
learnt out to “catch” and measure so called “flows of time” coming from them
not only from the place where the star is visible (it is long ago in some other
place because it moved meanwhile the light came to us), but as well as from
the place of its present and even future position (!) ? from a place where it will
come, for example, in some thousand years. For purity of the experiment the
telescope was also pointed at the place where by accounts the star shall be
never. In this case there was no flow of time. So the conclusion is single:
nowadays information comes both from the past as well as form the future.
The same was proved by American scientists G. Puthoff and R. Targ but
in absolutely different way. Making an experiment on telepathic transfer of
visual images for long distances they unmatched actions of the inductor
(transmitter) and the percipient (receiver) by time without informing them.
Result? By words of the researchers, the percipient received telepathic images
with 80% coincidence… an hour before they were oscillated by the inductor.
Research of such demonstrations of human perception which at first sight
ideas, historical and personal events are stored is called noosphere, i.e. the earth
part of the universe knowledge bank.
The cosmic archive contains information on everything: the past and the
present, possible variants of the future, ideas and creative intentions… As far
back as in April of 1982 academician M.A. Markov told at the meeting of the
Academy of Sciences of the USSR the following: “information field of the
Universe by layers and structure reminds a matreshka where each layer is hier?
archically connected with much higher layers up to the absolute and except of
information bank is a regulator of onset of destinies of people and mankind”.
“Nowadays we can speak that so called Semantic Universe or semantic space
co?existing with our temporary space and, moreover, revealing in it is appearing
before our eyes”.
Professor V.V.Nalimov
“Where from does the consciousness extract huge volumes of information? It
is typical that almost all knowledge of exact sciences was obtained by intuition
rather than by logical and formal way. This connection was able to be explained
by existence of a certain information bank which the consciousness is interacting
with…The information bank itself pretends to be a set of independent stable
objects of phantom type that nevertheless are not created by individual con?
sciousness but is reflection of universal ideas existing as if outside of time and
space. And the brain pretends to be peculiar biocomputer…There is every reason
to believe that new knowledge appears as a product of interaction of conscious?
ness with the environment, a certain information field. And such interaction is
psychophysical one by its nature”.
Academician А.Е.Akimov
Scientists believe that there are certain channels and passages between our
physical world and the world of ideas allowing moving both ways. So, we can
get in that world and pick up some information.
Thus, a famous physician David Bome that had been cooperating with
Einstein for many years thinks that our world (the one we know) is merely an
aspect of reality, its evident or comprehensive order. And its generating
matrix is the hidden order, i.e. the sphere concealed from us, in which time
and order are rolled up.
As we have no concept of time in “those” worlds, so we have no speed con?
cept there as well. Thus, transfer of information takes place under laws other
than ones of our physical world, i.e. instantly. Probability thereof was proved
by English scientists from the Royal Research Institute “Signals and radar”.
They designed a special device that allowed them to prove instant transfer of
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tial sense. After all, “virtual” in literal translation from Latin means “possi?
ble”, i.e. able to appear under certain conditions. This means that there is a
certain project of the future in the energoinformation field containing differ?
ent variants of developing of situations including those ones that will never
occur. In this sense our physical world is a part of the Universe, its sphere
where realization of variants takes (or does not take) place. Whether it is
right, then it is obvious that a person somehow is a real master of his destiny
and we are free to choose our way of life.
It can be said that a destiny of each of us is like a branchy tree. In a sense,
we are similar to ladybirds that crawl higher and higher in order to finally fly
up to the sky from the highest point. Not returning but only periodically
looking back at the traversed path, we move forward by tree of destiny to our
last start. But how can we choose the best way? How can we do it, if we have
not the most important thing, i.e. “map of life”? How not to be tempted at the
fork by alluring but hopeless side branch?
We make plans and accounts, consider and think over, seemingly, to the
smallest detail… But life very often gives us surprises shattering our plans and
magnificent projects. The mind is not able to foresee all steep turnings and
risks prepared for us by the future. It is beyond our abilities.
Is there any opportunity to look into the future still?!
Conventional division of the world to the material and the inner ones is
conditional. This is united world similar to Moebius loop, which opposite
sides is united surface in fact. The world of physical objects (“commodity
world”) and the perception world (“world of ideas “) is a single whole in fact.
The human is a competent resident of both the worlds. In principle, he
shall perceive the world in its fullness. Perhaps, it was peculiar to our ances?
tors. But at a certain phase the human had to focus on physical (material)
objects of the United World. Trying to enjoy fruits of the “tree of cognition”,
to cognize these physical objects the human industriously developed his
rational mind. The logic got stronger, the “ratio” filled increasingly large
place in the human consciousness gradually suppressing initially laid in abil?
ities of other (out?logic, irrational) perception of the world. We have enjoyed
fruits of the tree of logic cognition. They turned out to be bitter. We got stuck
in the physical world and ability to sink into the Ocean of the universe cogni?
tion had been gradually weakening and fading… but, fortunately, did not dis?
appear at all. Sometimes each of us inadvertently looks into the stock of uni?
verse depository, although even not guessing it. Being readers of the “space
library” as usual we unknowingly use it. And then we speak on intuition and
strikening, wonder at presentiments and prophetic dreams…
Nowadays it is established for sure that in certain situations — as a result
present a sort of ability called by us as foresight has been being performed in
the electronics and bioengineering laboratory of Stanford Research Institute
for already three last years. The phenomenon lies in ability of some people to
receive information form the sources inaccessible for common perception
and considered as protected from such access as well as to describe such
sources thanks to some mental processes.
More than 50 experiments were performed in controlled laboratory envi?
ronment with people whose ability to perceive information from distant
objects is developed so that sometimes it allows to describe in details topo?
graphic and engineering objects — buildings, roads, laboratory equipment
During laboratory experiments it was established that the main phenom?
enon, obviously, embraces a complex of subjective states that depending on
character of literature are called as “autoscopy” (medicine literature), “exte?
riorization” and “disassociation” (psychology literature), “clairvoyance”,
“movable clairvoyance” and “off?material experience” (parapsychological lit?
erature), and finally “astral foreknowledge” (occult literature).
(Puthoff G.E., Targ R. Perceptive channel of distant transfer of informa?
tion. History of the matter and the latest researches // TIIER (Works of the
Institute of electronics and radioengineers).USA. 1976. No.3.Vol. 64)
The work conducted by R. Targ in Stanford Research Institute showed
that it was possible to train in foresight i.e. ability to predict the future with?
in some terms (seconds, minutes and so on).
(American magazine “Electronics”, 1974. No.3)
The same effect was registered by academician of the Russian Academy of
Medical Sciences V.P. Kaznacheev in Novosibirsk during international
experiments on distant interactions. Images of the items were received at a
distance of thousands of kilometers long before being arbitrary chosen and
In any event thoughts and experiments lead different scientists to the
same important conclusion: data on future events can be read long before
these events.
Does it mean that mankind and each of us are prevailed by inevitable fate?
No. Today the most of scientists engaging in this problem are inclined to
the idea that the future is a serpentine road with a lot of forks rather than a
direct highway. And a lot of roads and paths come out of the forks, i.e. the
future has a lot of variants.
That is why delicate worlds of the “space library” are seldom called by the
scientists as virtual ones. They use this word not in usual to us meaning ?
“seeming, unreal, unsubstantial” (as in virtual computer world), but in its ini?
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cinema or has no idea of. It is interesting that sometimes the person gets such
data from his “traveling” that afterwards find its confirmation.
In the ASC a person is able to experience not only the present and the past
but the future as well. And events he involved in can appear before him in
uncommon way: they can turn to reverse direction or coexist simultaneously.
Sometimes the person experiences years of life for just some minutes in all
details. Sometimes the time stops.
Not only the time but the space as well is perceived absolutely uncom?
monly. Distance ceases to be an obstacle and a person can be carried in any
part of the Earth.
Virtually all people that have experienced such moments unanimously
claim that they had touched the reality in comparison with which the reality
of common life is a dream or illusion. Academician of the Russian Academy
of Medical Sciences V.P. Kaznacheev believes that “objective basis of such
states relates to dipping into the field space reality, in which dimensions
thereof lying outside the frameworks of the common world can be slightly
But how a person can get in this multidimensional space reality? Many
scientists are trying to solve this problem. And virtually all of them are
inclined to the idea that in altered state of consciousness a person is dipping
into the depths of his own consciousness”.
But this is a paradox! How can we surpass the frameworks of the common
world by dipping into ourselves? In fact there is some clear contradiction. But
it can be easily solved, if we remember changes of the scientists’ conception
of consciousness in the XX century.
If earlier the consciousness was considered, roughly speaking, as logical
thinking, then nowadays this concept includes all levels of so called uncon?
scious mind. This is also the subconsciousness that is in charge of protective
mechanisms, biochemistry processes in organism, reflexes, instincts… ? all
that assist the human in survival as biological species. This is also the over?
consciousness providing self?actualization of personality and development of
the supreme Ego. This is also the superconsciousness that allows activating
latent reserves of brain in order to connect to some “transcendental truths”.
Starting from Freud there is a firm conviction among psychologists that
unconscious mind regulates human behavior not in lesser but, perhaps,
greater extent than the intellect. Frankly speaking, in usual state our uncon?
scious mind insensibly functions as if in the background, backstage.
We don’t think over how to take just another breath, at all. Not realizing
the fact we screw up our eyes upon flash of light. Without noticing we change
our pose and facial expression. We don’t understand why we suddenly want to
of meditation, extreme mental, physical or emotional pressure — the person
in fact falls into some strange state. Immobilized he, as if, gets away from the
external world and does not perceive the environment anymore: does not
react to sounds, light, motion and speech… but this is not a dream, faint or
loss of consciousness. The consciousness does not leave the person this time,
it continues to work actively, but in some other than usual mode. It seems that
in these so called altered states of consciousness (ASC) the very special type
of perception comes to the person. Inconceivably the person obtains access
to information (often absolutely reliable one) that was not able to be per?
ceived by sense bodies anyway.
A special international organization of psychologists — Transpersonal
Institute — is established for studying ASC; ASC are studied in Stanford
University (USA, California), psychology department of Connecticut
University (USA); Oxford and Cambridge Universities (Great Britain), West
England University (Bristol), Institute of the Human Brain of the Russian
Academy of Science (Saint?Petersburg), Institute of applied psychophysics
(Omsk) and many other scientific centers.
Nowadays scientists use different methods of evoking ASC in laboratory
environment, namely: hypnosis, specially organized meditation, hyperventi?
lation of lungs (so called holotropic respiration), sensorial isolation, as well
as application of special devices controlling brainwaves with the help of dif?
ferent acoustic and optical signals.
Since 1988 Т. van Hoven — the scientist known for creation of physical
theory of psy?interactions — has been headed the program on development
of electronic devices for purposeful alternation of the state of consciousness
and getting reproducible psychophysical effects of contactless obtaining
information from distant (hidden) physical objects by invitation of the
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the Pentagon.
The vast majority of experiments were performed within the precincts of
Stanford International research Institute — the main laboratory studying
paranormal effects. The experiments resulted in creation of the equipment
functioning on the basis of principle of initiation signal multiplication upon
break?up of metastable states. Later on this equipment as well as other simi?
lar designs was given common name for the whole group of devices ? “brain
machines” (metatrons).
Virtually at the same time such equipment was developed in the Soviet
Union by academician Svyatoslav Nesterov regardless to work of van Hoven.
In the altered state of consciousness a person obtains unique ability to
overpass conventional course of time. He can be carried away to the distant
past, sometimes even to the time that he has never read about, seen in the
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a consciousness of the space extension occurs to a person at this moment. It
can be said that thanks to the superconsciousness “the consciousness of each
person includes the Semantic Universe in all its infinity” as a splinter of the
hologram contains its whole image. That’s why in the altered state of con?
sciousness when the superconsciousness starts to speak at the top of its voice,
deep discernment and unusual revelations “much exceeding our educational
and intellectual grounding” occurs to us.
In common, so called weakening state of our consciousness we perceive
basing, mainly, on logic. We observe, analyze, compare with something
already known to us, classify… Then we make up a general conception, i.e.
build some construction. Unfortunately, the construction prepared by us may
not uncover the essence of the thing we’d like to understand. So not for noth?
ing the science continually returns to already known, refuting the previous
knowledge as false or incomplete one. Apparently, logic as by all means a
powerful tool of perception is not almighty.
In the ASC “the intellect is not being injured”. Its activity differs from the
usual one simply. What is going on with our logical mind in this uncommon
The most popular idea is that it simply disconnects and stops working. It
is difficult to agree with. Observations and experiments with different people
obviously prove that in altered states of consciousness a person can both
observe and memorize and is able to analyze and think over perceived things.
Undoubtedly, logic mind does not fail a person in the special state of con?
sciousness. His mind does not disconnect, but transfers to another operating
mode with new abilities of perception. Whether in common state our logic
mind (intellect) is involved in processing information provided by sense bod?
ies from the physical world around us, then in the ASC area of its interests is
significantly widening. At these moments “the receiver of mind” widens its
band and thanks to the effect of unity starts perceiving and decoding data that
was not able to get before. Probably, it can be stated that exactly in the ASC
our mind is able to “get in the true essence of things”.
There is a reason why knowledge obtained by a person is the ASC is not
expressible. This reason is symbolicalness of information pouncing upon the
person. A symbol is not monosemantic but has several levels of meaning, and
thus, has a great number of decoding variants. It is possible to assume that
these symbolicalness and multichoice are peculiar to not only such visions
but also to the Universal Knowledge in general. Thanks to such wonderful
kind this Knowledge can be perceived at any level of infinite space hierarchy.
But as a sense rather than a speech. Each person is able to understand and
interpret this sense as well. But it is extremely difficult to communicate it.
eat something particular, but bluntly refuse to eat something much tastier. At
this moment our organism is under control of our subconsciousness.
The overconsciousness appears even less distinctly. If we perceive its work,
then in a way of vague desires only. Sometimes they are strong but always
unclear. We don’t notice that our legs carry us by well?known way while we
think over absolutely other problems… We don’t understand exactly why we
eager to make something but hate some other. Why we are ready to sacrifice
our lives to one goal, but will not lift a finger for another one. Why we fall in
love with somebody at first sight, but feel instant aversion to other person
without any obvious reasons. All these stereotypes, passions and predilections
are nothing but a program of development of our Ego in the overconscious?
Meanwhile we practically don’t feel action of the superconsciousness. In
usual state the receiver of our consciousness works in rather narrow band: it
“catches”” and processes information from our physical world only. Rational
and active awake consciousness has to constantly response to dynamic envi?
ronment, solve arising problems. Such external hindrances surpass and dead?
en voice of superconsciousness low by itself. Our mind is able to catch noth?
ing lying outside the frameworks of our common world. But sometimes
moments when all practical problems of our life, everyday troubles and needs
step back and leave somewhere to the background occur. It can occur when
a person is entirely devoured by a single thing: accomplishing a creative task,
contemplation of the beauty be it majestic view of the starry sky, marine dis?
tance, mountain landscapes or something quite insignificant — a flower, dew
on the cobweb etc… But more often is takes place when a person experiences
so called “psychomental crisis”, i.e. when he stands on the verge of ruin
because of serious illness, strong stress or physical overload… At these rare
moments when all mundane things become uninteresting and unimportant,
the main hero of the play, i.e. highly experienced and wise superconscious?
ness, comes to the scene.
If to think over this word, it becomes clear that the superconsciousness
belongs not to the human only but to something much higher else. Being a
part of individual consciousness the superconsciousness spreads much
beyond its borders to unlimited Space. As a matter of fact, the supercon?
sciousness is the very “channel” connecting the human with the “space
archives”. When the channel is open, the borders of individual consciousness
in ASC diffuse. It is difficult to say what happens in particular: whether indi?
vidual consciousness gets in the consciousness of the Universe or otherwise
the consciousness of the Universe flows in the human consciousness. Or, per?
haps, two flows simultaneously rush towards penetrating each other. Anyway
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in “a rest”. Than “the ratio” is being suddenly substituted by a strike, i.e. in
essence symbolical answer received from the universe “bank of senses”.
Perhaps, some other person having seen this symbol would understand
nothing. But trained brain of the searcher will suddenly give an ecstatic start:
“Eureka!”. And then frantic round dance of monkeys will transform into ben?
zene formula as it was in 1865 with the famous German chemist Frederic
Kekule (1829?1896), or a strange energy vortex will transform into the quan?
tum structure of the atom (Niels Bohr, 1885?1962). Somebody as Mozart or
Alfred Schnitke will suddenly hear a wonderful music that shall be skillfully
translated into notation. And somebody has no choice but to write down a
poem or sketch a scheme of an unusual device.
Nowadays psychologists agree that creative work is not possible without
such breakthroughs of consciousness at all. Of course, nobody will deny that
rational thinking plays a great role in creative process. But a computer
“thinks” as well. Nevertheless, it is powerless in the true creative work.
Whether it creates, then in the frameworks and under laws established by the
human only. Only the human is able to surpass established things and only in
the special state of spirit. Not by chance there is assumption now that “the
future evolution of the human as biological species will in many respects
result in intensive development of his altered states of consciousness, per?
haps, deliberate and planned” (Doctor of Medicine L.I. Spivak).
It is far long marked that moonlight has some mysterious power and influ?
ences on all living beings in a strange way. Not for nothing there is a lot of folk
omens and superstitions related to the Moon, e.g. “a person born in a new
moon period will be enduring and long?lived”, “corned beef shall be stored up
until new moon period”, “fish biting is the best in a young moon period” etc.
The moon calendar was also followed in old times. For example, people tried
to sow closer to the new moon period, they say, that in this case fair yield is
able. Niceties were known as well: the flax is better to sow before a new moon
period, and the spring wheat and rye — in the very new moon period. At the
same time people gathered medicinal herbs as it was noted that they were
stronger in that period. Timber was also chopped this time because timber
chopped soon after the full moon period will decay faster: “to cut grass, tim?
ber and brushwood in a full moon is the same as to spoil: it will decay or
worms will gnaw it away”…
These regularities have been being observed by people for already thou?
sands years, and the science knows them as well. But there is no comfortable
explanation to the fact still. Life cycles of herbs can be somehow related to
the moon gravitation (“ebbs” and “flows” of water in stalks and leaves). But
other regularities are much harder to explain. For example, the one that well
One scientist, a friend of mine, told me on this problem as follows: “I’ve got
it instantly but it took me two years to translate it into the scientific language
understandable to my colleagues”.
That’s why those, who try to transfer knowledge obtained in the ASC,
have to use diffused expressions, metaphors and allegories that can not be
interpreted unambiguously. As a result the audience is given an impression
that the person can not understand what he is speaking by itself. They think
“talks nonsense”, “not in his right mind”, ‘he is crazy”… while listening to
such speaker.
Just a few people have experienced such contacts with the “other”, so peo?
ple treat all kinds of contactors distrustfully and skeptically, sometimes con?
sidering them as mentally diseased persons. Meanwhile modern science does
not consider such transpersonal states as something abnormal or pathologi?
cal any more.
Thus, the famous researcher of the ASC J. Kornfield thinks that these
states being directly connected with meditation shall not be referred to psy?
chopathology. He wrote: “This experience points to rather normal alternation
of perception occurring in consciousness of mainly healthy people”.
Generally speaking, the ASC is not so rear event. According to scientists,
eight out of ten people are open to such states. Some people automatically go
to this state routinely several times per day.
Most often such spontaneous breakthroughs of consciousness occur to
“delicate natures”: poets, painters, musicians etc… Makers of art realize them
as an inspiration. At these “blessed moments” ideas, images and words come
without any efforts, by themselves, as if coming from some mysterious spring.
So in one of his letters Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756?1791) frankly con?
fessed that at the inspiration moments he did not have to compose, but only
had to simply put down ready compositions.
However, such states are peculiar not to the Muses servants only. A lot of
scientific ideas were obtained in such a way as well. Discernments of Rene
Decart and Thomas Edisson, Dmitry Mendeleev (periodic table) and many
other great people are the best confirmation thereto. So, psychologist J.
Adamar while studying creative process of mathematicians noted that math?
ematician discoveries are made in a form of strikes where no words but math?
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