|Authors||Mohammad Ali Taheri, Fatemeh Modarresi-Asem, Noushin Nabavi, Parisa Maftoun, Farid Semsarha|
|Publication date||Apr 16, 2022|
|Journal||Journal of Cosmointel|
|Volume||Vol. 1 No. 2|
|Pages||34 to 45|
The study of the brain networks using analysis of electroencephalography (EEG) data based on statistical dependencies (functional connectivity) and mathematical graph theory concepts are common in neuroscience and cog-nitive sciences for examinations of patients and healthy individuals. Taheri Consciousness Fields and their applications in the optimization of the sys-tems under study have been investigated in various studies. In this study, we examined the results of applying the Faradarmani Consciousness Field (CF) in the Faradarmangars’ brain (a certified and trained individual who has been entrusted with the TCFs). According to Taheri, the effects of Faradarmani CF are initiated through Faradarmangars’ minds. For this purpose, the function-al and effective connectivity, and the corresponding brain graphs of EEG from the brains of a group of Faradarmangar are compared with that of non-Fara-darmangar groups during Faradarmani CF Connection. According to the results, the brain of the Faradarmangars showed a significantly decreased activity in delta (BA8), beta2 (BA4/6/8/9/10/11/32/44/47), and beta3 (in 34 of 52 BA) frequency bands, mainly in the frontal lobe and after that in parietal and temporal lobes in comparison with the non-Faradarmangars. Moreover, the frontal network’s functional and effective connectivity analysis showed dominant multiple decreased connectivity, mainly in the case of the beta3 frequency band in all parts of the frontal network. On the other hand, the graph theory analysis of the Faradarmangar brain indicated an increase in the activity of the O2-T5-F4-F3-FP2-F8 areas and a significant decrease in the characteristic path length and increases in global efficiency, clustering coefficient and transitivity. In conclusion, the unique higher graph function efficiency and the reduction in the brain activity and connectivity during the Faradarmani CF mind mediation showed the human brain’s passive and de-tector-like function in this task.
Keywords: Mohammad Ali Taheri, Fatemeh Modarresi-Asem, Noushin Nabavi, Parisa Maftoun, Farid Semsarha
Citation: Taheri, M. A., Modarresi-Asem, F., Nabavi, N., Maftoun, P., & Semsarha, F. (2022). Neural Correlation of Faradarmani Consciousness Field Mind Mediation: A Comparative Functional Connectivity and Graph analysis. Journal of Cosmointel, 1(2), 34–45. Retrieved from https://journalofcosmointel.com/index.php/journalofcosmointel/article/view/20