Vernon Neppe, MD, PhD, FRSSAf, is a neuropsychiatrist and head of the Pacific Neuropsychiatric Institute in Seattle. Together with Dr Edward Close, he pioneered the new discipline of what they call “Dimensional Biopsychophysics”. He is author, with physicist and mathematician, Edward Close PhD, PE, of Reality Begins with Consciousness: A Paradigm Shift that Works. He is also author of Déjà Vu Revisited, Déjà Vu: A Second Look, Déjà Vu: Glossary and Library, Cry the Beloved Mind: A Voyage of Hope, and Innovative Psychopharmacotherapy. His professional publications number over 700. Dr Neppe has amplified many of his concepts in three of the websites linked with his work. On www.Brainvoyage.com, his books are amplified. www.VernonNeppe.org is his gateway and includes more information on the Neppe-Close model of the Triadic Distinction Vortical Paradigm (TDVP) and some of the key publications are on www.pni.org.
Vernon Neppe explains that, though we only experience our physical lives of 3 dimensions of space in a moment in time (3S-1t), we nevertheless still exist in a discrete nine-dimensional finite universe plus a separate “countable infinity—the discrete transfinite. These are made up of innumerable ‘quanta’ —Planck lengths in quantum physics. These quantized dimensions (finite and transfinite) are all intimately, necessarily and inseparably “embedded” (directly contained)—like a hand to an arm, more than just a connection—in a non-quantized, unbroken infinite continuity that is forever extended in unbounded space, eternal time and an all-pervasive consciousness repository. This infinite continuity may be responsible for the order in our existence—“ordropy”— and this also implies survival after physical death. The controversial notion of levels of the infinite—the “infinity of infinities”— was regarded as if mathematicians were challenging god. However, this infinity of infinities better allows us to understand how each component of our finite reality may be mirrored in the infinite.
(Recorded on April 29, 2018)
Published on June 11, 2018