Induced OBE's cause memory impairment when recalling experience

#1
I've put a brief article on my blog regarding an interesting new paper from Ehrsson's team in which they claim that a subjects experiences whilst in an induced OBE state, can later be shown as impaired, when the subject is asked to recall the experience in a normal (none OBE) state.

http://thinkingdeeper.wordpress.com...-visual-dislocation-causes-memory-impairment/


IMO this effect seems more to do with an abnormal conflict been sensory states at the time the memory was created, and which when rectified, then leads to problems with recall.

Also this new research, indicating later impairment of episodic recall from induced out-of-body experiences, seems somewhat different from the claims of clarity and detail in recalled experiences by some NDE OBE’rs.

...any other thoughts?
 
#2
It's probably because induced NDE's are not real contact with spirits; it's not a real experience, so the brain treats it like a dream and dissolves the memories.
 
#3
It's probably because induced NDE's are not real contact with spirits; it's not a real experience, so the brain treats it like a dream and dissolves the memories.
At the very most, I think you can only compare this research with the NDE OBE (if it occurs at all), I don't think it has anything to say about the later parts of the NDE.
 
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