Post on Brain – Interface between Mind and Body

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      Tobias G

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      Please see #14: “…Thus, being brain dead is virtually equivalent to being dead….”

      But being dead means the gandhabba leaves the body and does not remain inside like in the case of a braindead.

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      As you quoted, I wrote, “being brain dead is virtually equivalent to being dead…”

      I did not say “equivalent’, I said, “virtually equivalent”.
      – Yes. As long as the gandhabba has not left the body permanently, one has not died.
      – But with the brain not functioning, one cannot see, hear, smell, taste, touch, or think. That is what is I meant by saying “virtually equivalent” to being dead. It is “as if” one is dead.

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