More brain matter

In a Zen master the alpha blocking produced by the first noise lasts only two seconds. If the noise is repeated at 15 second intervals, we find that in the normal subject there is virtually no alpha blocking remaining by the fifth successive noise.

By | 2010-02-19T08:22:52+00:00 February 18th, 2010|Zen|0 Comments


In Seeking: How the brain hard-wires us to love Google, Twitter, and texting. And why that's dangerous. Yoffe talks about how the brain is hard-wired to seek. A little while ago, maybe in a some somewhat esoteric post, I addressed non-Seeking. But what's interesting in this article is that the author suggests that we need to give the brain a rest from seeking. Again I think science has found a reflection of spiritual reality in the material form.

By | 2010-02-16T21:12:24+00:00 February 16th, 2010|Zen|0 Comments