An Alternate Awareness
by Gregory H. Wlodarski
Publisher: Smashwords 2014
Number of pages: 110
This book describes the origin of the ego and presents arguments for the existence of an egoless alternate awareness. It introduces the reader to brain structure and function and presents various studies involving brain scans to bolster the case that there is a neurological basis for the two types of awareness, ego-centered and egoless.
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