Mantra meditation as a case of habituation: Implications for a new theory of consciousness

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Michael Pirot
Cite this article:  Pirot, M. (1981). Mantra meditation as a case of habituation: Implications for a new theory of consciousness. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 1(1), 13-16.


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I proposed that the study of mental exercises, such as meditation, may lead to a radically different theory of consciousness than has been previously held in Western thought. The use of a mantra as a concentrative device that may undergo habituation is discussed as a possible vehicle for gaining a new understanding of mind.

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