Pure consciousness: distinct phenomenological and physiological correlates of "consciousness itself".

@article{Travis2000PureCD,
  title={Pure consciousness: distinct phenomenological and physiological correlates of "consciousness itself".},
  author={Fred Travis and Chris M. Pearson},
  journal={The International journal of neuroscience},
  year={2000},
  volume={100 1-4},
  pages={77-89}
}
This paper explores subjective reports and physiological correlates of the experience of "consciousness itself"--self awareness isolated from the processes and objects of experience during Transcendental Meditation practice. Subjectively, this state is characterized by the absence of the very framework (time, space, and body sense) and content (qualities of inner and outer perception) that define waking experiences. Physiologically, this state is distinguished by the presence of apneustic… CONTINUE READING

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