Meditation styles and EEG's

This graph depicts scientific research comparing meditation styles. The stimulus was a simple repetitive sound like that of a clock or a metronome. The control subject was a person given rudimentary meditation instruction. The resulting EEG response levels measured correspond with the philosophy of the respective styles.
Source: Lecture at A.R.E. in 1978

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