Non drug Altered States of Consciousness

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Describe non-drug altered states of consciousness and how people experience them

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As well as hypnosis and meditation, religious experiences can also result in people experiencing altered states of consciousness, for example speaking in tongues, or communing with spirits. One psychological researcher in the area is Andrew Newberg, MD. Have a look at some of the scientific measurement of brain patterns he has done on people during religious experiences.