Have you experienced a situation where you caught yourself lost in your mind? You are so busy with that random thoughts popping inside your head you don’t pay attention to what’s going on around. “being lost in mind” situation makes you partially, or even absent in the company of your loved ones, that causes uncomfortable situations to rise.
Does it sounds like you, or someone you care about? If yes, folks, I have news for you! This episode is about our consciousness, awareness, and being present, where we’ll talk about these situations. You’ll also learn on how meditation can help you train your mind to keep your thoughts under control. And for sure, make you enjoy your present moment.
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In 2001 neuroscientist from Washington University Marcus Raichle published a paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, describing a brain network called default mode network that forms a critical and centrally located hub of brain activity that links parts of the celebral cortex to deeper structures involved in memory and emotion. The discovery was kind of a scientific accident that happened during a brain research experiments. During this experiment, while observing patient’s brain under the FMRI, Raichle has noticed that several areas in the brain exhibited heightened activity precisely when the subjects were doing nothing mentally. This state of brain was called “Default Mode” – the network of brain structures that light up with activity when there are no demands on our attention.
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