>Religious Experiences Shrink Part of the Brain: Scientific American

>Quote: “It is also somewhat problematic that stress itself did not correlate with hippocampal volumes since this was one of the potential hypotheses proposed by the authors and thus, appears to undercut the conclusions.”

I should say it is “somewhat problematic”!! Nevertheless, it is critical to see how whatever we are immersed in, immerses our brains, and therefore changes us. Or perhaps it is the other way around?

You are what you think, but not in a The Secret sort of way. Not even in a “name it and claim it” Osteen way. Perhaps it would be more accurate to say “You are how you think”?


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