It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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When i was a young child i had a very bad reaction to some kind of gas i was given at the dentist (ether or halothane). Despite being unconscious i had a very painful experience of being squeezed out of my body. I then floated around the ceiling looking down on the dentist and another person over someone seated in a large chair (ie me but the view was obstructed). I think i will never ever forget that kind of strange pain.
On the nature of consciousness: science just seems very restricted on what it can say.
What is responsible for the placebo effect and hypnosis?
When people with personality disorders gain power.
Why do some religious people fail to live up to religious teachings?
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