Body consciousness awareness is due to internalising the belief that the self is a bodily being. Death of the self is understood to be the ending of the physical body. Hence there is a fear and trauma of the death of the self.
All our negative emotions are experienced by the self in body consciousness awareness. Sympathetic, parasympathetic neurological modes, sleep, and near death trauma modes are also experienced in this awareness. JWH’s research implicitly assumes the awareness of the self in body consciousness awareness. Her research is not familiar with the self in soul consciousness awareness.
Soul consciousness awareness is due to practising the belief that the self/soul is an infinitesimal point source of non physical energy and is eternal. Death is understood to be the self/soul leaving the body. Hence there is no trauma of the death of the body in soul consciousness awareness.
Many people are familiar with the idea that they are souls. But they are not familiar with the self in soul consciousness awareness. It is practised only in Brahma Kumaris Rajayoga meditation. In deep soul consciousness there are not any negative thoughts and feelings. Sympathetic neurological mode and near death trauma mode are irrelevant to soul consciousness. Practising it leads to unwinding the script for these modes. Soul consciousness awareness leads to parasympathetic neurological mode. But future research needs to explore the relation of parasympathetic neurological mode, its possible variations and possibly new neurological modes to the soul consciousness awareness.
PD symptoms have a tendency to increase in negative thoughts, emotions and feelings which are due to body consciousness awareness. On the contrary, self in soul consciousness experiences purity, peace, love, bliss, and power. In experiencing these qualities, PD symptoms have a tendency to reduce in intensity and variety.