Consciousness and Yogic Science



 "The only way to deal with consciousness is through consciousness." - Aldous Huxley

Consciousness, "Chetna," describes the awareness and perception of both internal and exterior experiences. It includes all our irrational experiences, ideas, feelings, and self-awareness.

    The anatomy of consciousness is a complicated and diverse phenomenon that involves several different brain functions and structures. Even though our knowledge of consciousness is still developing, several brain areas and networks are thought to be essential to awareness - 

1. Prefrontal Cortex: The front of the brain's prefrontal cortex is involved in higher cognitive processes like decision-making, self-awareness, and introspection. It significantly contributes to our capacity to observe and regulate our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.

2. Thalamus: The thalamus relays sensory information to various parts of the brain, serving as a relay station. Since it assists in filtering and integrating sensory inputs before they are brought to our conscious awareness, it is frequently referred to as a doorway to consciousness.

3. Parietal Cortex: Processing sensory data, spatial awareness, and physical representation occur in the parietal cortex. It strengthens our sense of who we are about the outside world.

4. Temporal Lobes: The temporal lobes are involved in language processing, memory consolidation, and sensory information integration. They have a role in how well we can recognize and make sense of complicated stimuli and experiences.

5. Default Mode Network: During wakeful rest and mind wandering, a network of brain areas known as the default mode network is active. It is thought to have a role in self-referential reasoning, self-examination, and the development of our concept of self.

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"Consciousness is the key to unlocking the mysteries of the universe and understanding our place in it." - Michio Kaku

जब बात चेतना के शरीर विज्ञान से संबंधित तत्वों की होती है, तो यह एक जटिल और बहुपहलू घटना होती है जो विभिन्न ब्रेन प्रक्रियाओं और संरचनाओं को शामिल करती है। हालांकि हमारी चेतना की समझ अभी भी विकसित हो रही है, कुछ ब्रेन क्षेत्रों और नेटवर्कों को विशेष महत्व दिया जाता है.

Tanmay Bhati

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