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The Intention of Becoming One, David Cates

David Cates borrows from the science of neurobiology to describe the ways in which human beings relate, and proposes that the rhythmic entrainment of music, dance and breath is a way to reduce the tension between…

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Nasa’s $1 Billion Jupiter Probe Sends Back Stunning New Photos of Jupiter

The surface of the Earth is the shore of the cosmic ocean. On this shore, we’ve learned most of what we know. Recently, we’ve waded a little way out, maybe ankle-deep, and the water seems inviting….

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An Interview with Deepak Chopra: You Are the Universe

By Claudia Welss, Deepak Chopra Claudia Welss: Welcome, Dr. Chopra. As you know, I’m with the Institute of Noetic Sciences, and we have for many years been investigating the idea that consciousness is primary and causal…

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What Are Our Bodies? Chris Fields

Our bodies, like our minds, appear to us to be separate individuals, distinct from the bodies of other people. From an evolutionary perspective, however, this is not true. Considering our bodies from the perspective of deep…

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What Happens to Consciousness Under Anesthesia?

When you are put under general anesthesia, the experience is not like the dimming of a light. It’s more like the flicking of a switch. One second you are in the operating room and then —…

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Brain changes during a shamanic trance: Altered modes of
consciousness, hemispheric laterality, and systemic psychobiology

Brain Changes During a Shamanic Trance

by Pierre Flor-Henry, Yakov Shapiro and Corine Sombrun In Cogent Psychology (2017), 4: 1313522 The subject of the study reported here is Corine Sombrun, the first Western woman to be trained in the Mongolian shamanic tradition….

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Connecting with the Intuitive Guidance of the Heart, Deborah Rozman

Recent discoveries have found the heart possesses its own intrinsic nervous system of sensory neurons that can feel, learn and remember, referred to as the “heart-brain.” This intelligence processes information independently from the “head-brain”. Research at…

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The Science of Happiness: Why complaining is literally killing you

By Steven Parton, From CuriousApes.com Sometimes in life, all the experience and knowledge simmering around in that ol’ consciousness of ours combines itself in a way that suddenly causes the cerebral clockwork to click into place, and…

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