Neurology Inspirational Quotes

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Two married partners do not just live with each other, they live in each other, neurologically speaking.
Abhijit Naskar (Wise Mating: A Treatise on Monogamy (Humanism Series))
Mother Nature created God as a neurological anti-depressant sentiment, but Man tore that God apart into pieces and made citadels of differentiation out of them.
Abhijit Naskar (The Krishna Cancer)
Suffering is so real & I walk amongst so many who have no idea how much my soul is aching to be healed.
Nikki Rowe
​Everything that makes you, you, is a biologically existential expression of your entire brain.
Abhijit Naskar (What is Mind?)
All our sentiments - religious, romantic or any other - are born in the neurons.
Abhijit Naskar (Neurons of Jesus: Mind of A Teacher, Spouse & Thinker)
Christ was an ordinary man who upon the attainment of absolute divinity or Nirvana or Samadhi became a better version of himself. Such an experience of divine ecstasy neurologically transformed him into a great teacher for humanity filled with love, kindness and divinity.
Abhijit Naskar (Neurons of Jesus: Mind of A Teacher, Spouse & Thinker)
Neurons can create time – they can destroy time – those neurons can create future, they can destroy future – those neurons can create a beautiful world, they can also create a horrible planet to live on – those neurons are both the pedestrians and the path of truth and liberty.
Abhijit Naskar (Time to Save Medicine)
Dr. Sacks treats each of his subjects—the amnesic fifty-year-old man who believes himself to be a young sailor in the Navy, the “disembodied” woman whose limbs have become alien to her, and of course the famous man who mistook his wife for a hat—with a deep respect for the unique individual living beneath the disorder. These tales inspire awe and empathy, allowing the reader to enter the uncanny worlds of those with autism, Alzheimer's, Tourette's syndrome, and other unfathomable neurological conditions. “One of the great clinical writers of the 20th century” (The New York Times), Dr. Sacks brings to vivid life some of the most fundamental questions about identity and the human mind.
Oliver Sacks (The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat: And Other Clinical Tales)
When you feel overwhelmed or unfocused, what do you do? In my photos on my phone, I made an album called “calm.” I have photos and videos of my animals, funny pictures, memes, inspiring quotes, articles about neurology, gratitude lists, all sorts of things that make me smile and reconnect to my source. It’s like my own personal digital Zen museum.
Timothy Ferriss (Tribe of Mentors: Short Life Advice from the Best in the World)
Faith means making a virtue out of not thinking. It's nothing to brag about. And those who preach faith and enable and elevate it are intellectual slave holders keeping mankind in a bondage to fantasy and nonsense that has spawned and justified so much lunacy and destruction. Religion is dangerous because it allows human beings who don't have all the answers to think that they do. Most people would think it's wonderful if you said, "I"m willing Lord. I'll do whatever you want me to do," Except that since there are no gods that are actually talking to us that void is filled in by people with their own corruptions and limitations and agendas. And anyone who tells you they know...they just KNOW what happens when you die, I can promise you that you don't. How can I be so sure? Because I don't know and you do not possess mental powers that I do not. The only appropriate attitude for man to have about the big questions is not the arrogant certitude which is the hallmark of religion, but doubt. Doubt is humble. And that's what man needs to be considering that human history is just littered with humans getting shit dead wrong. This is why rational people, anti-religionists must end their timidity and come out of the closet and assert themselves. And those that consider themselves only moderately religious need to look in the mirror and realize that the solice and comfort that religion can bring you actually comes at a terrrible price. If you belonged to a political party or a social club that was tied to as much bigotry, mysogeny, homophobia, violence and sheer ignorance as relgion is, you'd resign in protest. To do otherwise is to be an enabler, a mafia wife, for the true devils of extremism that draw their billions from their fellow travelers. If the world does come to an end here or ever or if it limps into the future descimated by the effects of the religion inspired nuclear terrorism, let's remember what the real problem was. That we learned how to precipitate mass death before we got past the neurological disorder of wishing for it. That's it. Grow up or die.
Bill Maher
What you today perceive as beautiful and special, over time, becomes not so special. That’s how the human brain works.
Abhijit Naskar (The Bengal Tigress: A Treatise on Gender Equality (Humanism Series))
A myriad of reasons contribute to writer’s block including anxiety, neurological impediments associated with the fight or flight concept, life changes of the writer, fear of rejection, fatigue, illness, sleep deprivation, mood disorders, drug or alcohol abuse, lack of inspiration, distraction by pressing events, and other diversionary interests.
Kilroy J. Oldster (Dead Toad Scrolls)
Read this mental healing and strengthening book to your beloved grandpa/grandma and strengthen your family bonding in Christ. Help them to find their way in this life. Help them from being lost in the mind and ways through dementia. If your grandparents can still read, bless them with this salvation from Alzheimers healing book as a gift from you. Tell grandma she is your best friend and anounce to grumpy grandpa that he is your good and inspiring friend whom you love so dearly. This Holy Spirit breathed book allows you to feel strongly that parenting does not stop at all. When you have old grandparents, you are a parent at any age through your love for them.
Stellah Mupanduki (Grandma/Grandpa Be Healed from Alzheimer's Disease: Salvation from Neurological Disseases)
Each day I wake up with a naive perspective of life and universe, and walk towards understanding a little more about the true nature of human perception with all its vivacious nuances and behavioral expressions.
Abhijit Naskar
Biologically speaking, you are the child of Mother Nature, and neurologically speaking, you are the heirs of immortal bliss.
Abhijit Naskar
Through the sacred verses filled with violence and self-righteousness, the minds of the angry individuals find a way to get rid of all their misery. At that unstable state of consciousness, they are drawn to the description of the Holy War. They visualize a glimmer of hope. They feel absolutely immersed in it. Finally when they emerge as holy warriors, they are no longer humans, from the emotional perspective. They emerge as wild beasts, neurologically almost unable to feel human emotions, like empathy, love, kindness and compassion. Consequently the whole world faces the wrath of the most primitive of all human elements in the name of God’s judgment.
Abhijit Naskar (In Search of Divinity: Journey to The Kingdom of Conscience (Neurotheology Series))
​God is hardwired within the neural circuitry.
Abhijit Naskar (The God Parasite: Revelation of Neuroscience)
​The universe perceives itself through us, or to be more specific, through our neurons.
Abhijit Naskar (What is Mind?)
Pathology can indeed evoke experiences of Absolute Godliness, but not all God experiences are caused by pathology. They can also occur due to disturbance in the geomagnetic field of our planet, consumption of psychedelics, excruciatingly extreme level of stress during a near- death situation, or ultimately through a natural and healthy procedure of meditation or/and prayer.
Abhijit Naskar (Love, God & Neurons: Memoir of a scientist who found himself by getting lost)
We have the neurological potential to be truly a wise species, unlike any other species on earth, yet we act like the dumbest species on earth. We are a stupid species with smart phones.
Abhijit Naskar
In the book John Barleycorn, he describes, with quite some clarity, his drinking in his youth—he died of complications related to being an alcoholic. He talks about this point where he’s so drunk he drinks himself sober, and it’s this psychedelic ‘white light’ experience of reality because his neurology is so rearranged that it’s similar to being on LSD. I found that inspirational—not the drinking! The state of mind.
Nick Soulsby (Swans: Sacrifice And Transcendence: The Oral History)