Why subconscious and intuitive creativity require relativistic approach?
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Head traumas and hypnosis reveal that in the Subconscious the computation is done 10,000 times faster than in our Conscious. Wouldn’t such high rate of computation require relativistic approach? Curiously, the relativistic theory of Einstein in the four-dimensional representation of Minkowski has two sets of cones. The one set of cones is ‘the real world’, in which time runs in one direction from past to future and events obey the causality principle. The other set of cones is called ‘elsewhere’. This bizarre world does not obey the causality principle and allows time leaps to the past and to the future. The Subconscious manifest itself in intuitive creativity and psychic events.Since psychic people can see events before a cause have made them happen, the Subconscious does not obey the causality principle. Also, the fact that psychics can see the past and predict the future means that the Subconscious allows time-leaps (or quantum leaps) to the past and to the future. If so, it seems that the strange world ‘elsewhere’ that does not obey the causality principle and allows quantum leaps to the future and the past is the subconscious (read the article about the Quantum Computer in the Subconscious).
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