On Thu, 16 Jul 1998, Harvey Newstrom wrote:
> John K Clark said:
> > Let me ask you a question, if you're right and I'm wrong then why don't you
> > feel like your consciousness is trapped inside a small container made of bone?
> I *do* feel this, that consciousness resides in the brain.
Really? You're keener than most. The Egyptians felt their consciousness in their livers, for example. Or did you mean to say that you happen to KNOW that your consciousness resides in the brain, but don't actually *feel* that?