The Brown Daily Herald has recently highlighted a new study by Prof. Willoughby Britton, Psychiatry and Human Behavior, Brown University and Prof. Jared Lindahl, Professor of Religion at Warren Wilson College in North Carolina. The study is a neurobilogical examination of reports by Buddhist practioners of seeing lights and globes during meditation over the ages. The study was published on Jan. 3 by the journal Frontiers in Psychology. To see the full article in The Brown Daily Herald, please click here.
Meditation Study Links History to Science - a Brown Daily Herald article
February 3, 2014