Enhanced incidence of "the sensed presence" in people who have learned to meditate: support for the right hemispheric intrusion hypothesis.

Abstract

If the "sensed presence" is the transient intrusion of the right hemispheric equivalent of the left hemispheric (and highly linguistic) sense of self, then any process that facilitates interhemispheric electrical coherence should enhance these experiences. As predicted, the "ego-alien intrusion" (sensed presence) factor was specifically and significantly… (More)

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@article{Persinger1992EnhancedIO, title={Enhanced incidence of "the sensed presence" in people who have learned to meditate: support for the right hemispheric intrusion hypothesis.}, author={M. A. Persinger}, journal={Perceptual and motor skills}, year={1992}, volume={75 3 Pt 2}, pages={1308-10} }