The Hypothesis of Transferred Schemes: A Clinical Approach to Quantum Mind
The authors expose the hypothesis concerning the relationship between cognitive and electrophysiological characteristics of hypnagogic-like states and quantum events. On the basis of this hypothesis the wakefulness consciousness state is characterized by restricted perception of reality caused by perceptive and behavioral top-down schemes. Such cognitive schemes could be expression of hidden parameters to integrate with wave-function. They could be the reason for which it isn’t possible during ordinary awareness to perceive reality in states superposition and consciousness is sufficient cause of quantum collapse. Therefore the cognitive schemes could use nonlocal communications such as transferred potentials among brains to guarantee an objective perception. On the contrary, in some phases of hypnagogic trance, induced by hypnotic suggestion or deep meditation, it could be possible to get at this kind of perception and put in action suitable cognitive schemes to perceive reality in states superposition through typical deprogramming processes of hypnotic therapy. The authors assume that the network of cognitive schemes is an Informational Field influencing mind during wakefulness. On the contrary, during hypnagogic-like state a human subject could perceive better reality in states superposition avoiding its influence. So during hypnagogic state ESP phenomena occur. Nonlocal information models are proposed as a possible mechanism for these anomalous findings.
cognitive scheme, collapse, entanglement, ESP, hypnagogic state, hypnosis, quantum mind, nonlocality, transferred potentials
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