… રંગો સાંભળવા અને અવાજમાં ગંધ અનુભૂતિ…


Scientists Scanned A Woman’s Brain During An Out-Of-Body Experience – And What They Found Was Amazing by Jennifer Welsh
It may sound like the plot of the Twilight Zone, but a psychology graduate student at the University of Ottawa says she can voluntarily enter an out-of-body experience. This was a lucky break for scientists, who were able to scan her brain during the episode
Usually out-of-body experiences are a part of, say, a near-death experience. A patient may float above their own body as surgeons work on them. These experiences are usually attributed to the drugs in a patient’s system, or the hormones released into their system by trauma.

A unique experience

The study – this involved quae Only One Person – WAS Published  Feb. Journal of the Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 10 , a peer-reviewed open access publication. The researchers are members of the School Of Psychology at the University of Ottawa.
According to the paper, this woman enters her out-of-body state right before sleeping, visualizing herself from above. She started doing so during naptime in preschool, they write. She currently only does it sometimes.
The researchers wrote in the paper:
She was able to see herself rotating in the air above her body, lying flat, and rolling along with the horizontal plane. She reported sometimes watching herself move from above but remained aware of her unmoving “real” body …
She told the researchers:
I feel myself moving, or, more accurately, can make myself feel as if I am moving. I know perfectly well that I am not actually moving. There is no duality of body and mind when this happens, not really. In fact, I am hyper-sensitive to my body at that point, because I am concentrating so hard on the sensation of moving. I am the one moving – me – my body. For example, if I ‘spin’ for long enough, I get dizzy. I do not see myself above my body. Rather, my whole body has moved up. I feel it as being above where I know it actually is. I usually also picture myself as moving up in my mind’s eye, but the mind is not substantive. It does not move unless the body does.

The brain out of the body

The researchers did a fMRI before and after asking her to enter her out-of-body state to find out what that looked like in the brain. They compared these to when she was imagining, but not actually entering, the state.
Interestingly, the pathway that seemed to be activated during her out-of-body experience is also involved in the mental representation of movements.
brain scan activated areas
Brain regions activated by the out-of-body experience include the supplementary motor area, the cerebellum, the supramarginal gyrus, the inferior temporal gyrus, the middle and superior orbitofrontal gyri.
Some parts of her brain involved in interpreting vision were turned down in activity, as shown below:
brain scan inhibited areas
Brain regions inhibited by the out-of-body experience include the visual cortex.
She didn’t have any specific emotions surrounding this experience, and it seems to be a kind of hallucination she can turn on at will.

What’s happening?

Even if there is no soul stuck in our bodies, this woman isn’t making this up. There’s obviously something happening in her brain that is making her experience the world in a different way – but researchers can’t yet say exactly what it is. Plus, this study was about one woman’s out-of-body experience, not all out-of-body experiences.
Still, the changes they observed could be similar like the Brain HOW CAN be  trained using Meditation . The researchers even suggested that this could be something many kids can do, but that with practice could be carried into adulthood.
Interestingly, the researchers suggested that this kind of experience may be much more common than we thought. The woman in question actually “appeared surprised that not everyone could experience this,” the researchers wrote.
They compared it to synesthesia – the condition in which people hear colors or smell sounds – which was thought of as “out there” but has become widely accepted in the last few decades. Scientists out-of-body experience during a woman’s brain scans – and what They were amazing by Jennifer Welsh
It may sound like the plot of the Twilight Zone, but it is a psychology graduate student at the University of Ottawa voluntarily entered an out-of-body experience can say. During this episode, the scientists were able to scan her brain were lucky break
Usually an out-of-body experiences, near-death experience is a part. Surgeons work on a patient’s own body would float up. The patient usually experiences a system drugs, or by trauma due to hormones released into her system.
A unique experience
This is only one person involved – the study in the Journal of Neuroscience, a peer-reviewed, open access publication in Frontiers was released on February 10. The researchers are members of the School of Psychology at the University of Ottawa.
According to the paper, the women’s rights from the shows themselves, their out-of-body state before entering sleep. It began doing so during naptime in preschool, they write. It’s just sometimes it does not.
The researchers wrote in the paper:
It’s the air moving over her body, lying flat, and rolling with the horizontal plane was able to see. Sometimes, watching it move from the report itself, but its unmoving “real” being aware of the body …
The researchers said:
I feel myself moving, or, more accurately, I am moving to is myself. I’m moving, I really know that perfectly well. This is really, not when the body and the mind is no duality. I’m focused on the excitement of moving because it is so difficult, in fact, I’m very sensitive to my body at that time. I – I’m moving my body. For example, I no longer enough ‘spin’, I get dizzy. I do not see yourself on my body. Instead, my whole body has been moved up. I know it’s really because it is over. I usually have a picture in my mind’s eye, but do not mind the original. Body, until it does not move.
Body out of the brain
Researchers looked like before and the brain to find out the state of the body to ask her to enter her in the fMRI. They imagine it, but really, when compared to the state was filed.
Interestingly, during its out-of-body experience in a way that seemed to be active movements are associated with mental representation.
Active areas of the brain scan
Human Neuroscience, Andra M. Smith in 2014 and Claude messier, Frontiers
The out-of-body experience in the brain areas activated by the supplementary motor area, cerebellum, the supramarginal gyrus, inferior temporal gyrus, middle and superior orbitofrontal gyri included.
In some parts of the brain involved in vision, interpreted as shown below, activity was going on:
Brain scans prohibited areas
Human Neuroscience, Andra M. Smith in 2014 and Claude messier, Frontiers
The out-of-body experience inhibited by the visual cortex of the brain areas involved.
Did not have any particular feelings surrounding the experience, and it can turn on when there seems to be a kind of hallucination.
What is?
Our bodies are not stuck in a soul, do not make the woman. Plus, out-of-body experience of a woman in the study, all were out-of-body experiences.
However, they observed changes in the brain can be trained to focus on how to be the same. The researchers also may be something that many children can do, but with practice can be carried into adulthood.
Interestingly, the researchers of this kind of experience may be more common than we thought suggested. The woman in question is actually “who appeared surprised that the experience can be,” the researchers wrote.
“Out there” was considered, but has become widely accepted in the last few decades – people who hear colors, smell or sound is a condition in which – compared to the Synesthesia.Magajavalu tree

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  1. chandravadan

    The researchers did a fMRI before and after asking her to enter her out-of-body state to find out what that looked like in the brain. They compared these to when she was imagining, but not actually entering, the state.
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    Brain regions activated by the out-of-body experience include the supplementary motor area, the cerebellum, the supramarginal gyrus, the inferior temporal gyrus, the middle and superior orbitofrontal gyri.
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    Brain regions inhibited by the out-of-body experience include the visual cortex.
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    This Post is interesting !
    There is “some” MRI Mapping of the Brain.
    This reveals the areas which are “active” and the area in inhibition.
    This suggest the areas that “control the Memory” are activated & that involved with the “vision” inhibited, make me think it is the “over release of the energy”which makes the Person see or experience an “out of body “event.
    This will make the argument about the Soul ( not a material ) as NOT there for the Scientists.
    Yet.. I say even if MORE is known by more RESEARCH, there will be still still “so much unknown remaining”.
    The COSMIC ENERGY forces will be there still !
    Dr. Chandravadan Mistry
    http://www.chandrapukar.wordpress.com
    Avjo @ Chandrapukar !

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