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what am I?
#1
In this sense, i'm merely curious what lies within my soul? What force is there? Is it a human soul, is it something else?

My wife says that I'm off when it comes to how i think, how i act, how i react and how i live my life. I'm not thinking or functioning as others?

She can partly see possible futures, she can see auras and sense others pain.

A seer told me I was an old soul, with many lives before this one.

In many ways I've been told i'm a warrior of some kind.

I asked my wife that has had several chats with god(not monologs).
She says i'm sort of a protector or something similar but she couldn't tell quite what it was. I've read about spiritual warriors. Could that be it? I've heard of nephilims but wouldn't think that highly of me.

Is it just grandios thoughts or something else?

I strangely have the possibilities to sort of easy pain by touch.

Curious about others thoughts. What parts could a soul be combined on ? Just 100% human soul ?
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#2
Wouldn't souls first be proved to exist? All the claims of the soul come from the brain.

If our medulla is damaged, or our brainstem, why can't the soul control our body? If we have a serotonin imbalance as the result of disease, why does our soul suffer depression and mood disorders? It seems that the soul is completely physical. When we die a soul doesn't leave the body, energy does and that is absorbed back into nature as heat, food for insects.
It seems that whatever role our 'soul' has, it is not directly linked to the control of our physical bodies, and it is not directly a cause of our experiences.

In addition to physical feelings, our emotions are deeply tied to biochemistry and neurology. Neurological causes (especially in the limbic system) precede emotions, and that cognitive events precede conscious awareness of feelings and emotions. This means that our qualia and fundamental experience of life results from our brain chemistry.
http://www.humantruth.info/souls.html
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#3
You live on a scientific proof or false search.

I live on a belief that the soul is something within us. And I'm simply asking about the souls building stones. Perhaps no one know this. I'm just curious.


(09-25-2017, 12:32 PM)UglyNRude Wrote: Wouldn't souls first be proved to exist? All the claims of the soul come from the brain.

If our medulla is damaged, or our brainstem, why can't the soul control our body? If we have a serotonin imbalance as the result of disease, why does our soul suffer depression and mood disorders? It seems that the soul is completely physical. When we die a soul doesn't leave the body, energy does and that is absorbed back into nature as heat, food for insects.
It seems that whatever role our 'soul' has, it is not directly linked to the control of our physical bodies, and it is not directly a cause of our experiences.

In addition to physical feelings, our emotions are deeply tied to biochemistry and neurology. Neurological causes (especially in the limbic system) precede emotions, and that cognitive events precede conscious awareness of feelings and emotions. This means that our qualia and fundamental experience of life results from our brain chemistry.
http://www.humantruth.info/souls.html

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