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Neuroscience backs up the Buddhist belief  that “the self” isn’t constant, but ever-changing

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The Self: Buddhism vs Science

Buddhist teachings state that nothing is constant, including the self. The notion of an ever-changing self, where the body and the brain are constantly in a state of flux, is now being supported by scientific research.

According neuroscience papers, there is scientific evidence to...

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Ancient Indian theories differ from the standard neuroscience view about deep sleep being a blackout state where nothing is left, not even consciousness.

It is stated that a certain subtle awareness is present, even in dreamless sleep, though there is no time measurement tool for the b...

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A 2013 study showed that meditation has some positive effect on electro-physical brain patterns during sleep, enhancing our capacity to process information and also maintain a heightened level of awareness.

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Science has the standard approach of being stubborn in its existing ‘theories’, however unproven, and disregarding ancient science, like the denial of the existence of the self, claiming that it is just an illusion created by the brain.

Once again, ancient Buddhist and Indian science is w...

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