DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.12.1151

The Quantum Consciousness Model and The Theology of The Urantia Book

Raul Valverde

Abstract


The quantum consciousness model explains that our consciousness is immortal, non local and can work independently of the physical brain. The model also proposes that our perceived reality is created by our consciousness by interpreting vibrating energy. The Urantia book is a spiritual and philosophical revelation from the spiritual world that aims to unite religion, science and philosophy. The Urantia book reveals the nature of human consciousness and supports with its theology the quantum consciousness model paradigm that has been used in recent years to support a multidimensional view of the human mind and modern humanistic and spiritual psychology paradigms such as transpersonal psychology. This article aims at viewing the Urantia book revelation as key to support the quantum consciousness model paradigm.

Keywords


Quantum consciousness, Quantum physics, Neurotheology, Urantia book

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