A Science experiment scanning Believers brain found their brains bigger, thicker than atheist brain. The repeated positive reinforcement of thoughts by faith, trust and confidence in God calms the brain. Hope in Higher Supernatural God in the midst of adversity reassures Believers of eternal future and redemption. Believing in God helps block anxiety and minimize stress, according to the new University of Toronto research that shows distinct brain differences between believers and non-believers. In the two studies led by Assistant Psychology Professor Michael Inzlicht, participants performed a Stroop task well-known test cognitive control while hooked up to electrodes measuring their brain activity to compare both.brainCompared to non-believers, religious participants showed significantly less activity in the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC), a portion of the brain that helps modify behavior by signaling when the attention and control are needed, usually as a result of an anxiety-producing event like making a mistake. The stronger their religious zeal and the more they believed in God, the less their ACC fired in response to their own errors, and the fewer errors they made.“You could think of this part of the brain like a cortical alarm bell that rings when an individual has just made a mistake or experiences uncertainty,” says lead author Inzlicht, who teaches and conducts research at the University of Toronto Scarborough. “We found religious people or people who simply believe in the existence of God show significantly less brain activity in relation to their own errors. They are much less anxious and feel less stressed when they have made an error.”speakingintongues.jpgThese correlations remained strong even after controlling for personality and cognitive ability, says Inzlicht, who also found that religious participants made fewer errors on the Stroop task than their non-believing counterparts. Their findings show religious belief has the calming effect on devotees, which makes them less likely to feel anxious about making errors or facing the unknown. But Inzlicht cautions that anxiety is a “double-edged sword” which is at times necessary and helpful. “Obviously, an anxiety can be negative because if you have too much, you’re paralyzed with fear,” he says. “However, it serves a very useful function to alert us when we are making mistakes. Therefore those who experience anxiety when making error impetus do have to change or improve behaviour so not to make same mistakes again and again by meditation prayer”slide23.jpgThe paper appears online in Psychological Science, co-authored by Dr. Ian McGregor at York University, and Jacob Hirsh and Kyle Nash, doctoral candidates at the University of Toronto and also the York University, respectively. This findings are in agreement with similar revelation by other Scientists who conducted exact experiments. Their logical reasoning of insight into God inspiration impacts the love responses of happiness and a sound mind. A person full of joy in LORD God Almighty naturally overcomes cowardly fear spirit because God Says fear is spirit. God gives the believers power and sound mind because Spirit of Christ Dwells in Christians. In Christ believer lives moves and have their being in tune with God as His Source with heavenly host support.Brain-god-by-Tom-Blackwell-702x336New research involving a psychologist from the University of York has revealed for the first time that both belief in God and prejudice towards immigrants can be reduced by directing magnetic energy into brain. Dr Keise Izuma collaborated with team from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), are to carry out the innovative experiment by using a brain transcranial magnetic stimulation, a safe way of temporarily shutting down brain required specific regions. In other words peace of mind and confidence in God as the ultimate provider drives away fear of hatred and suspicion of felliwy human beings. Children raised from childhood trained to believe in God in the healthy positive way are sure of Father God as loving all HIS creation. Those children with inbuilt love foundation from sound foundation build upon love as believing adults. Those fed hatred from childhood perceive the world in negative light so project hatred on others. Peace of God Within their own hearts causes them to love just as hatred seed planted grows to fester and self destruct. God is requiring from people to think carefully about the brain thought processes peace of mind.Lateral-view-of-the-brainIn contrast, an unbeliever by definition is in conflict with God Source of power, love and a confidence in God that gives a sound mind. Toxic logical reasoning and anti- God, anti- Christ arguments cause stress and anxiety without peace in God. Many destroy themselves by lack of any knowledge of God while searching for own man-made solutions that cannot replace God. The book provides up-to-date information on various topics of general interest including unlearning is not the same as forgetting. It requires fundamental change to mental processes and relentless willingness to pursue new ways. It is far more difficult for those set in their ways to become flexible learning new values as this challenges old values and beliefs. But it opens up new realities and possibilities by unleashing creative energy to experience others, ourselves in absolutely different ways with regard to God values.  Life led entirely by physical logical reasoning is a lost cause because that life has Spirit of God inside them. If God removes HIS SPIRIT from them they are just piece of clay play dough without life. Mankind needs God more than they realise or give HIM DUE CREDIT. The Good News is God loves believers and the unbelievers so wants them to accept HIS LOVE for all through Jesus Christ Name. 


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