By Mario Beauregard
The mind will be weighed, measured, scanned, dissected, and studied. The brain that we conceive to be generated by way of the mind, despite the fact that, continues to be a secret. It has no mass, no quantity, and no form, and it can't be measured in area 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 realization an easy made of electric impulses? the concept subject is all that exists has ruled technology because the past due 19th century and ended in the long-standing clinical and well known figuring out of the mind as easily a set of neurons and neural task. 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 event each day.
In Brain Wars, Dr. Beauregard gives you a paradigm-shifting exam of the position of the mind and brain. full of enticing, superb, and state-of-the-art medical debts, this eye-opening booklet makes the more and more undeniable case that our immaterial minds effect what occurs in our brains, bodies, or even past bodies. interpreting the challenging technological know-how in the back of "unexplained" phenomena akin to the placebo impact, self-healing, mind keep an eye on, meditation, hypnosis, and near-death and mystical reports, Dr. Beauregard finds the mind's features and explores new solutions to age-old mind-body questions.
noticeably transferring our comprehension of the function of attention within the universe, Brain Wars forces us to think about the sizeable untapped strength of the brain and discover the profound social, ethical, and non secular implications that this new realizing holds for our destiny.