Magnetic fields targeting the moral center of the brain could scramble our sense of right and wrong.
- By Eric Bland | Mon Mar 29, 2010 03:01 PM ET
Magnets were able to temporarily distort the participants’ perception of morality.
Liane Young, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Strong magnetic fields could affect moral judgment.
- Targeted magnetic fields can make people more inclined to judge outcomes, not intentions.
“Now this center/Muladhara chakra/ has a power to give us wisdom. Now wisdom is such a, such a word that cannot be explained. Wisdom is the balance between your understanding of what is good and what is bad. Where you really understand what is good for you, for your spirit, is wisdom; and when this center is alive and is not destroyed then you really know what is wisdom is.
For example the person who has got this center very well developed can tell you whether it is the north or the south, because the magnetism that is in the Mother Earth, this center is made by the element of Mother Earth. So the magnetism that is in the Mother Earth is there present in this center.
When the birds fly all the way from Siberia to Australia they do it with the help of this center because they know whether they are moving northward or southward. They have an innate wisdom to know which way to move and that’s why one should know that this center is also within us but we have lost our sense of judgment because we have lost that magnetism within us.” – ® Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, speaking at a Sahaja Yoga public program in Sydney, 24 March 1981