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Jung Typology, Myers Briggs Type Indicator, Personality Profile, MBTI
did test Sat 7/27/2019:

Introvert(50%) iNtuitive(16%) Thinking(31%) Judging(81%)

You have moderate preference of Introversion over Extraversion (50%)
You have slight preference of Intuition over Sensing (16%)
You have moderate preference of Thinking over Feeling (31%)
You have strong preference of Judging over Perceiving (81%)
Jung  tests  psychology  self 
11 weeks ago by pierredv
People who meditate are more aware of their unconscious brain | New Scientist Jul 2016
"This suggests the meditators were recognising their unconscious brain activity earlier than most people, says Lush, supporting the belief that meditation helps you to become more aware of your internal bodily processes. It could also be that people who are more in tune with their unconscious meditate."

“The results indicate that hypnotisability and mindfulness might be at opposite ends of a spectrum of self-awareness,” says Stephen Fleming of the Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging in London. Other research has suggested that people who meditate are less easy to hypnotise and people who can be hypnotised are less “mindful” – less aware of their internal bodily processes.
NewScientist  self  awareness  consciousness  unconscious  meditation  hypnotism 
january 2017 by pierredv
Out-of-body experience: Master of illusion : Nature Dec 2011
"Henrik Ehrsson, a neuroscientist at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, who uses [body] illusions to probe, stretch and displace people's sense of self" Research: "quest to understand how people come to experience a sense of self, located within their own bodies", "surprising malleability suggests that the brain continuously constructs its feeling of body ownership using information from the senses" "typically, the illusions work for around four out of five people"
psychology  perception  illusions  self  sense-of-self  **  NatureJournal 
december 2011 by pierredv

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