Theists? Zero. Atheists? Zero. Adherents of Julian Jaynes? Rack up another for his maverick theory of the bicameral mind as Bridget Alex reveals today. This hypothesis has two legs to stand on, and Bridget notes they’re sturdy ones and well-established in psychiatry which may cause some agita for theists and atheists. Braver souls, on the other hand, take matters into their own hands. And lungs. And brains. How? DMT. There’s a new documentary floating through god’s green internet appropriately titled, 5-MeO-DMT — A Psychedelic Journey and Greg Taylor’s enjoyed the dickens out of it, along with the enlightenment its promulgating on Vimeo and Amazon Prime without new age fluffy-bunnies and crystals. Yet what does this all say about the soul? Is the soul in the brain, or is it awakened by funky tryptamines? Our generation may not know, but Thomas Verny goes into detail with the embodied mind hypothesis and why some folks are Brainess, But Not Mindless. Just like marriage counselors advise, it’s not what you have but how you use it. (CS)– Delivered by Feed43 serviceTHE ANOMALIST

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