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Continuity of Infself During & After Sleep, Coma & Other Changed States of Consciousness

George G. Tumanishvili


Human infself is information collected from the proper/relevant (certain) stage of embryo development, obtained in any form and, within time conditionality, perception/comprehension  of its wholeness (or its constituent) results in the conscious perception of one’s own self as a bearer of this informational content, as a whole and continuous entity. Infself in action represents an active interaction between neurons in a chain of neurons, sort of neuron chain-sentences in form of impulse flow (streaming). In this work, the author introduces theoretical basics of infself continuity perception in both – usual and changed states of mind.

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ISSN: 2153-8212