Is The Mind Governed By The Laws Of Physics?

Is the mind governed by the laws of physics?  No, of course not.  The mind is governed by the laws of the psyche, which were established by God.  For example, let us say there are two chairs in front of you and one is red and one is blue.  If we ask you to draw a picture of the blue chair, you recognize the blueness of the blue chair then draw a picture of  the blue chair.

Now, with the mind, apart from imaginations, a person cannot draw a picture of anything that occurs in their mind.  For example, let us say that you think your full name.  If we ask you to draw a picture of the thought of your last name, you draw a picture of your last name.  Now, what is it about the thought of your last name that tells you it is your last name?  The answer is nothing.  How, then, do  you know a thought of your last name is a thought of your last name?  You know this by assignmettism.  Assignmettism is an identity assigned by your unconscious mind (your unconscious mind was created by God).

Now, the unconscious mind does not consciously communicate with you.  How, then, does the unconscious mind teach you the identity of a given thought?  The answer is that the unconscious mind does not teach you the identity of a given thought.  Rather, the unconscious mind “injects” (note quotes; that is, this is functional, not literal, language) the knowledge of the identity of a given thought then enforces the knowledge of the identity of the thought.

Mental Health Versus Brain Health

While mental health and brain health are two different things, they do affect each other.

  • Brain health assures the unobstructed and unimpeded use of the mind, whether or not the mind is healthy.
  • Mental health assures that one takes care of themselves physically, which includes taking care of the brain.

New Proof Of The Mind Brain Split

The Human Psynome Project (SMHSP or HSP for short) has established with absolute certainty that the mind and the brain have distinct types of DXA (psynomes [conceptual substructures of the human mind]) that prohibit them from sharing the same identity. In laymen’s terms:

The mind and the brain are two different things.

In addition, the stretchability of both physical and mental space is confirmed so that we now know that an intermaterial interface exists between the mind and the brain that implies the paradoxical mental nature of physical reality with a potential, incredibly, for mental DXA to override physical DNA or in laymen’s terms:

Mind over matter.

This portends the indivisibility of matter, which means that the laws of physics are simply one “dream” of an infinite number of possible dreams of reality, which means, apart from the divine rulership of the universe, that:

Anything is possible.

Of course, we believe in divine rulership so that:

Only some things are possible, though still infinite in number.

Pure Science: Pneumiatric Psychiatry

Pneumiatric psychiatry is the only psychiatry that is pure science.

Super Evidence-Based: Pneumiatric Psychiatry

Pneumiatric psychiatry is super evidenced-based.  What do we mean?

  1. Pneumiatric psychiatry is evidence-based.
  2. Pneumiatric psychiatry is massively evidence-based in every particular.
  3. Pneumiatric psychiatry is intelligibly evidence-based in every particular.

God Versus The Collective Unconscious

God is the God of the Bible.  The collective unconscious is a generalizing concept based on mountains of empirical, psychological data.

Both God and the collective unconscious share all of the same attributes.  Therefore, they are one and the same.  To be clear, the biblical description of God is the full description of God.

Now, reality is the intention (actually, intentions) of God.  Therefore, it is also correct to say that reality is the “intention” (note quotes [indicating “virtual intention” since, by definition, the collective unconscious is not a being {more elsewhere <see The “Bisconti Jung Proof”> and later}]) of the collective unconscious.

Mind Versus Brain

The mind and the brain are not the same thing.  Now, of course, there are two schools of thought on whether the mind and the brain are the same thing.  However, as we shall show, unlike anywhere else, the mind and the brain are two distinct entities.