In this wide-ranging interview, Rudolph Tanzi, Professor of Neurology at Harvard University and one of our most open-minded and influential neuroscientists, touches on experiences from his own life and research to propose a model of consciousness that includes attention, and can be welcomed both by science and nonduality. A pragmatic scientist, he refuses to be dogmatic about the primacy of mind or matter, and is willing to consider fringe experiences such as lucid dreaming and precognition in an effort to come to understanding.
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An "immersion" lecture into the world of psylocibin, mycelium and evolution of consciousness
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If the conscious mind—the part you consider you—accounts for only a fraction of the brain's function, what is all the rest doing?
Can we rejig our space-time interface to open new portals into the preexisting realm of conscious agents?
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Contents of consciousness are the results of active reconstruction of the reality.
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What science and my unusual brain are teaching us about the convergence of reality, love, and the senses
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