This is precisely why meditation and “thinking about thinking” are powerful habits. I have started to wonder if the “third eye” is a metaphor for seeing your own mind in the third person; It is a profoundly useful skill to just take a step back, realize your emotional context, and ask yourself why you are doing/saying/thinking/feeling things. Meditation strengthens this skill and allows me to quickly get perspective when I choose to.
Research has found religious belief is associated with certain regions of the human brain, but there is still much to learn about how these areas influence religious belief. A new study in the journal Neuropsychologia found that lesions in a particular brain region tend to increase religious fundamentalism.
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