Does God exist? Do we have a soul? Is it possible to make contact with a spiritual realm? How should we respond to the divine? Will life continue beyond death?Most people, whether deeply religious or outright doubters of any spiritual power, have probably pondered these questions for themselves. In fact, the religious impulse is so powerfully pervasive that neuroscience has posed a provocative question: Are our brains wired to worship?
Discover why God is good for your brain!Tap the power of the God-brain connection!Recent studies at the cutting edge of neuroscience have proven a startling connection between spirituality and cognitive function. In short: Under certain circumstances, spiritual practice can make your brain dramatically more powerful.
Is it our biological destiny to seek the divine? Is faith in a higher power a survival trait? In God and the Brain, Dr. Andrew Newberg presents intriguing evidence that the human brain is a "believing machine" - and that our capacity for self-transcendence and spirituality helps drive our evolution as a species.