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6 years ago
I personally find the study of Neurotheology fascinating. It is still in it's infancy. but it seeks to build a bridge between science and spirituality in all religious practices.
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And to you as well!
And 100% agreed on your thought! In my mind, as I see us all as apart of the Godde/Living Universe, not one of us would be here if our thoughts/ studies/ philosophies didn’t hold a significant importance within the Time/ Space Continuum which we were all created to dwell.
Maggie De Vore
And no matter who we are and what we study and what we think or don’t think — there is room for all of us. Isn’t that a great thought? Merry Merry to you!!!
You hit the nail on the head — hypnotherapy and meditation are very very useful in getting the good things happening in our brains — and I don’t know if anything/one other than Self controls that. We are what we think — and that goes a very long way towards making a decision to take advantage of peace and quiet each day. I will purse this topc — as it spins off into others I have had a curiosity about.
I had never heard the term, but read your link. It’s not surprising to me that those who pray or meditate will find good things happening in our brains – or the rest of our bodies for that matter. Even for those who don’t believe in God, the time of quiet and peace each day would be beneficial. ♥
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