Do YOU Read Minds?

October 24, 2009 by  
Filed under Life Mastery, Quantum Library

super mind powerEmpathy allows us to feel the emotions of others – to identify and understand their feelings and motives, and see things from their  perspective — in effect, to read their mind.

Some scientists now believe they may have finally discovered the source of empathy. We all read minds, they say. The idea has been slow to gain acceptance, but the evidence is mounting daily. It all has to do with what are now being called mirror neurons. And yes  you DO have them in YOUR mind, and you DO use them to read minds.

Your Mysterious Mirror Neurons
Back in 1996, three neuroscientists were probing the brain of a macaque monkey when they stumbled across a curious cluster of cells in the premotor cortex  an area of the brain that helps us plan our movements.

They found that the interesting cluster of cells fired not only when the monkey performed an action  but also when the monkey saw the same action performed by someone else. The cells basically responded the same way whether the monkey reached out to grasp a peanut, or merely watched as another monkey or a human grabbed a peanut. Because the cells reflected the actions that the monkey observed in others, the neuroscientists named them “mirror neurons.”

Later experiments confirmed the existence of mirror neurons in humans  and revealed yet another surprise: In addition to mirroring actions,  the cells also mirrored sensations and emotions. With mirror neurons we are practically in another persons mind, says Marco Iacoboni, neuroscientist at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Medicine.

Scientists are saying  that when we interact with someone, we do more than just observe the other persons behavior — we create internal representations of their actions, sensations and emotions within ourselves, as if we are the ones that are moving, sensing and feeling.

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The Meditation-Brainwave Connection

October 18, 2009 by  
Filed under Build Mind Power

Years of research shows that some very interesting changes in brainwave frequencies occur as people move toward higher states of mental awareness.

brain-mazeAnd because such awareness shifts often occur to meditators, it is useful to review the brainwave states experienced by meditators.

Beta Brainwaves
Beta brainwaves range from 12 to about 30 on-off cycles per second (cps), and are associated with active thinking, speaking, and analyzing. As such, the meditator must quiet their Beta brainwaves to successfully enter into a meditative state.

Alpha Brainwaves
When brainwave activity is focused primarily within the 8 to 11.9 cps range, Alpha brainwaves are produced if you are relaxed and your eyes are closed. When your brain is generating strong Alpha brainwaves, you tend to experience a pleasant, and mildly relaxed, yet wakeful, state of awareness.

The deeper the Alpha state, the more likely a meditator will experience visual imagery behind their closed eyes. Such a deeper Alpha state is often associated with increased activity in the lower Alpha brainwave range.

When an EEG is used to measure Alpha brainwaves, it is seen that they occur both in bursts (trains of waves) and pulses (single waves.) More advanced meditators tend to produce continuous trains of Alpha waves. Research has revealed that persons such as artists who tend to use the visual and spatial abilities characteristic of the right-brain tend to produce Alpha more easily than more analytical, left-brain thinkers.

It is often possible to determine whether or not a person meditates, and also how long they have been practicing, by simply looking at their Alpha brainwaves. Beginning meditators usually produce faster 10 to 12 cps Alpha brainwaves. But the dominant Alpha frequency deepens with longer meditation practice, and meditators with ten years of experience produce lower Alpha in the 8 to 9 cps frequency range that borders their deeper Theta brainwaves.

Theta Brainwaves
Theta brainwaves occur in the 4 to 7.9 cps frequency range. To the non-meditator, Theta is primarily experienced as the mental state just prior to dropping off to sleep, and also REM (rapid eye movement) sleep.

But to the experienced meditator with a well-established Alpha state, Theta is often characterized by a peaceful sense of bliss and well-being marked by spontaneous creativity and deeply meaningful personal or transcendental imagery.

Delta Brainwaves
Delta brainwaves are the slowest brainwaves, and range from 0 to about 3.9 cps. The Delta state is normally primarily associated with deep sleep, although many interesting mental states occur in Delta to those tuned into these lower brainwaves on a conscious level.

Generally only the most advanced meditators can remain awake while producing Delta brainwaves.

But some non-meditators also produce strong Delta states. Persons with natural ESP abilities, for example, are often able to focus consciously in the 3.8 to 3.9 cps range. And those with psychic abilities or deep intuition also tend to have more active Delta brainwaves.

Gamma Brainwaves
Gamma brainwaves are the fastest brainwave frequencies that have been commonly studied. Gamma brainwaves range from about 28 to 80+ cycles-per-second cps. Each cycle consists of an on peak, and an off valley.

Until recently, Gamma brainwaves were believed to be primarily present during highly focused mental activities or stress. But studies of expert meditators such as Tibetan Buddhist monks has shown that Gamma brainwaves in the 40 cps range are indicative of what experienced meditators describe as higher states mental clarity and insights.

For most people however, these potentially valuable high frequency Gamma brainwaves have little or nothing to do with higher states, and are more often only present during extreme stress.

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