It seems to me that different states of consciousness associated with various aspects of religious and spiritual experiences might have neurological co-relates in the structure and function of the brain.
It also brings me to the idea that maybe a skeptical or atheistic frame of mind might also have correlation to other types of neural states and brain functions.
I don’t know if there is a spectrum between neurology of spirituality and skepticism/atheism, or if they are different things.
Anyway, as an armchair enthusiast of science, I find this stuff to be interesting.
Here is a link to the relevant Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neuroscience_of_religion
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