Read more: Neurotheology: This Is Your Brain On Religion https://www.npr.org/2010/12/15/132078... “Newberg emphasizes that while neurotheology won't provide definitive findings about things like the existence of a higher power, it will provide a deeper understanding of what it means for a person to be religious.”
Where religious belief and disbelief meet in the brain http://newsroom.ucla.edu/releases/whe... “The study also found that devout Christians and nonbelievers use the same brain regions to judge the truth of religious and nonreligious propositions. The results, the study authors say, represent a critical advance in the psychology of religion.”
What Happens to the Brain During Spiritual Experiences? https://www.theatlantic.com/health/ar... “What fascinates him about mystical experiences—the goal of many meditation practices—are the reports of experiencing a higher reality that is “more real” than everyday perceptions.” ____________________
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