The Brain on Slowed-Down Time

The Brain on Slowed-Down Time
(AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

Does how we show up for a situation in our minds (the conscious product of our brains’ firing neurons) affect our physical experience of the world—in particular, our experience of time? Just about anyone with a clinical background would say that unusual and unexplainable experiences are in our heads and they’re not real. But what about instances where the physical evidence controverts that?

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