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Belief in angela
Julie Conaron

Belief in angela

Belief in angela
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Internal Breathing: a Meditative Practice
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Internal Breathing: a Meditative Practice

Eleanor Schnarr shares her research with us regarding Swedenborg's investigation and use of Internal Breathing, as recorded in his spiritual writings. Eleanor’s website can be found at: https://eleanor-schnarr.com/ https://www.spiritualquesters.org/swedenborg-and-the-ancient-artof-internal-breathing-eleanor-schnarr/ WORKS CITED and FURTHER READING Wetterberg, Lennart & P Nemitz, Kurt &, Translator. (2019). Swedenborg's view of the brain. Zelano, C, H Jiang, G Zhou, N Arora, S Schuele, J Rosenow, and JA Gottfried. "Nasal Respiration Entrains Human Limbic Oscillations and Modulates Cognitive Function." The Journal of Neuroscience: the Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience. 36.49 (2016): 12448-12467. Print. Freiberger Marianne. "Uncoiling the spiral: Maths and hallucinations." Plus Magazine. December 1, 2009: Print. Kafaligonul, Hulusi. "Vision: A Systems Neuroscience Perspective." The Journal of Neurobehavioral Sciences. 27 March 2014: Print. A Selen, I Donnelly & J Pearson. "Human brain networks function in connectome-specific harmonic waves." Nature. 21 January 2016: Print. Hameroff, Stuart, and Roger Penrose. "Conscious Events As Orchestrated Space-Time Selections." Neuroquantology. 1.1 (2007). Print. Gordh, Torsten E., et al. "Swedenborg, Linnaeus and Brain Research and the Roles of Gustaf Retzius and Alfred Stroh in the Rediscovery of Swedenborg's Manuscripts." Upsala Journal of Medical Sciences, vol. 112, no. 2, 2007, pp. 143-164., doi:10.3109/2000-1967-189. http://www.humanconnectomeproject.org/ Dean, Jon G, Tiecheng Liu, Sean Huff, Ben Sheler, Steven A. Barker, Rick J. Strassman, Michael M. Wang, and Jimo Borjigin. "Biosynthesis and Extracellular Concentrations of N,n-Dimethyltryptamine (dmt) in Mammalian Brain." Scientific Reports. 9.1 (2019): 1-11. Print. Recorded on Friday 26 April 2024
Psalm 1
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Happy Easter
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