I’m trying through regular communication with Professor H. Ehrsson from the Karolinski Institute in Sweden, to explain him my ideas about the final theory of a spiritual universe.
Scientists have an initial shyness to discuss spiritual subjects, because of their subordination to the matter-dogma, although they certainly do not doubt their own spirit. They still hope that one day our spirit will be found in the material brain.
That is why, at the beginning of our discussions, Professor Ehrsson will surely only feel my inscriptions as a great nuisance. But if he seriously deals with my arguments, then at some point he will come to the conviction that at least something can be there, at my conception of a spiritual universe. He won’t answer for a long time, so as not to compromise himself.