Muslim Voices explores The Neuroscience of Prayer

Muslim Voices explores the Neuroscience of Prayer. The website notes many scientists do not feel there enough information to come to any conclusions about the spiritual nature of prayer, but what they have observed thus far is clear: The brain behaves differently during times of meditation than other times. This is particularly true among seasoned prayer veterans. Muslim Voices is a part of the Voices and Visions: Islam and Muslims from a Global Perspective, a project of Indiana University, comprised of various initiatives and activities that are all dedicated to promoting understanding and dialogue between Muslims and non-Muslims.

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