union with God” and agreed to participate in an experiment devised by neuroscientist Mario Beauregard of the University of Montreal. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging fMRI, Beauregard seeks to pinpoint the brain areas that are active while the nuns recall the most powerful religious epiphany of their lives, a time they experienced a profound connection with the divine. The question: Is there a God spot in the brain?
Vyasa Houston M. A. The extraordinary thing about Sanskrit is that it offers direct accessibility to anyone to that elevated plane where the two —mathematics and music, brain and heart, analytical and intuitive, scientific and spiritual— become one. It is tempting to think of them as computer scientists without the hardware, but a possible explanation […]
We can do multitasking while driving, working, loving, caring, nurturing, protecting, memorizing, walking, running, concentrating, reading, writing, and practicing. It seems that chronic media-multitaskers are more susceptible to distractions. Heavy media multitaskers performed worse on task switching than light media multitaskers. We all know Hindu Goddesses with 1000 of hands doing multiple things at a […]