By Mario Beauregard
The mind could be weighed, measured, scanned, dissected, and studied. The brain that we conceive to be generated through the mind, even though, is still a secret. It has no mass, no quantity, and no form, and it can't be measured in house and time. but it's as actual as neurons, neurotransmitters, and synaptic junctions. it's also very powerful.
—from Brain Wars
Is the mind "a computing device made from meat," and human recognition an easy manufactured from electric impulses? the concept that subject is all that exists has ruled technological know-how because the past due 19th century and ended in the long-standing clinical and well known realizing of the mind as easily a set of neurons and neural job. yet for acclaimed neuroscientist Mario Beauregard, Ph.D., besides a emerging variety of colleagues and others, this materialist-based view clashes with what we believe and adventure on a daily basis.
In Brain Wars
, Dr. Beauregard promises a paradigm-shifting exam of the function of the mind and brain. jam-packed with enticing, superb, and state-of-the-art clinical debts, this eye-opening e-book makes the more and more undeniable case that our immaterial minds impact what occurs in our brains, bodies, or even past bodies. reading the not easy technology at the back of "unexplained" phenomena comparable to the placebo influence, self-healing, mind keep watch over, meditation, hypnosis, and near-death and mystical studies, Dr. Beauregard finds the mind's services and explores new solutions to age-old mind-body questions.
extensively transferring our comprehension of the position of recognition within the universe, Brain Wars
forces us to contemplate the gigantic untapped strength of the brain and discover the profound social, ethical, and religious implications that this new figuring out holds for our destiny.