According to who? You?
Have you been haunted by ghosts Moe?
In other words, you have nothing other than a prejudice.
Stimulating the brain with electrical current can create any type of experience, as can sensory deprivation. So what?
This just seems like common sense. If you're predisposed to not look to the supernatural, you're more like to just go "I feel weird. What's wrong with my brain?" if your cognitive processes turn goofy.Quote:
That is to say, the subject's interpretation of his or her hypnopompic imagery is determined by
a prior belief system predisposing to a paranormal interpretation.
I've been wanting to write a blog post on this topic, because I see a lot of people with a very prideful, stubborn, 'God needs to prove himself on MY terms' mindset. From what I've seen, that doesn't usually happen. One would be lucky if God opened the eyes of someone with that kind of attitude. Where a person is heart-wise makes a huge difference, iyam.
None of those hypotheses explain it all: there have certainly been people who have experienced spiritual epiphanies that can't be explained by hallucinations, brain insult, or drugs