The subtle body: an interoceptive map of central nervous system function and meditative mind-brain-body integration.

@article{Loizzo2016TheSB,
  title={The subtle body: an interoceptive map of central nervous system function and meditative mind-brain-body integration.},
  author={Joseph J. Loizzo},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={1373 1},
  pages={78-95}
}
Meditation research has begun to clarify the brain effects and mechanisms of contemplative practices while generating a range of typologies and explanatory models to guide further study. This comparative review explores a neglected area relevant to current research: the validity of a traditional central nervous system (CNS) model that coevolved with the practices most studied today and that provides the first comprehensive neural-based typology and mechanistic framework of contemplative… CONTINUE READING
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