How You Can Change Anything About Life with Your Mind with Dr. Mario Beauregard
Unlike the brain, the mind—our thoughts, beliefs, emotions—has no mass, no volume, no shape and cannot be measured in space and time. As a result, Beauregard mandates a move beyond materialist science and points instead to a new model through which to study the mind. Reality encompasses much more than the physical world, he says, and so we must acknowledge all empirical evidence related to mind and consciousness, not only those compatible to materialist theories. As such, he offers reader remarkable and engaging stories of “unexplained” phenomena like mystical experiences and near-death experiences.
The work of Beauregard and other researchers has shown that neurofeedback can control seizures, and thoughts and emotions can affect how our bodies can turn certain genes on or off. If immaterial minds affect what happens in our brains, our bodies, and beyond our bodies, the implications for our health and well-being are life-changing.
Mario Beauregard, Ph.D., is an associate researcher at the University of Montreal in the departments of psychology and radiology, as well as at the Neuroscience Research center. Dr. Beauregard earned two postdoctoral fellowships in experimental neuropsychology, the first at the University of Texas in Houston, and the second at the Montreal Neurological Institute at the McConnell Brain Imaging Centre at McGill University. The author of over one hundred publications in neuroscience, psychology, and psychiatry, Beauregard has been selected by World media Net to be among the “One Hundred Pioneers of the 21st Century” due to his considerable research into the neuroscience of consciousness.
He is the author of Brain Wars: The Scientific Battle Over the Existence of the Mind and the Proof That Will Change the Way We Live Our Live www.mariobeauregard.com