This paper was presented at
Psychology: The Indian Contribution
National Conference on
Indian Psychology, Yoga and Consciousness
organised by the Indian Council of Philosophical Research
at the Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education
Pondicherry, India, 10-13 December 2004
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Spirituality in neuropsychological perspective
Braj Bhushan Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati.
This paper attempts to project some of the significant
researches on yogic practices and focuses on how the whole orientation
over a couple
of decades throughout the world, especially in the area of cognitive neuropsychology.
It deals with Vedic and spiritual recommendations, and the scientific testing
and empirical proof of these practices in view of brain imaging techniques.
It further goes to the practical applications of their outcomes, and
hypotheses and limitations faced by researchers in this area. The paper also
looks at the contribution from the Indian side.
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