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The experiments revealed that the bottom role and the top role in BDSM are each associated with a distinct altered state of consciousness, both of which have previously been tied to creativity.
The patient's low blood pressure and altered state of consciousness should have been an indication that she had severe blood loss.
As stated earlier, meditation is an induction process but also an altered state of consciousness.
Our state of consciousness gets blurred by the incredible pace of life as we hurry through days with packed schedules and pressures of our own or others' expectations.
They further say that the discovery of a specific cluster of neurons that control the brain's state of consciousness can be expected to lead to the beginnings of an understanding of the actual wiring diagram that permits a biological machine, the brain, to be conscious.
Across all manner of spiritual tradition, the ability to move from an ordinary into an altered state of consciousness is one of the most valuable skills in magic and religion.
New literature by US-Latino writers reveals that sense of a more complex state of consciousness.
A state of consciousness is typically defined as "[the set] of mental episodes (e.
Fina uses his instrument to induce a modified state of consciousness as he concentrates on listening to the 'third sound' while plucking the metal strips.
Josh Wink's Higher State Of Consciousness is back with some remixes that have freshened up the acid-squelching monster.
Rather, the meditative capacity is a natural and vital part of being human that enables a higher state of consciousness or increased attention, which facilitates the development of what is often called the "meditative mind.