We have need for research study participants in our current Vedic Ritual Technology Study. Participants must be in the Chennai, India area in 2019 for a minimum of 2 days. Should you wish to participate, please email us at email@example.com for more information
"EEG Observations on Neuroanatomical parts of the Brain during Vedic Homas and Vedic Sounds".
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:
To study the brain activity pattern (Brain Mapping) of Archetypes using Homas and Vedic sounds. This protocol aims to develop paradigms to identify the neural networks that underlie while invoking Archetypes.
|Study Center:||East West Research Institute|
|Duration Of Study:||12 months|
|Ages Eligible for Study:||19 Years to 45 Years|
|Genders Eligible for Study:||Both|
|Accepts Healthy Volunteers:||Yes|
To be eligible for this research study participants must:
- Be between the ages of 19 and 45 years of age
- Be free of any neurological condition that might affect performance of the tasks in these experiments.
- Psychological test based on a test designed by Adam Bruke.
- Basic Liver, Kidneys, Heart and Lungs should be normal.
- Haemogram, SD3, SB12, LFT, RFT, TSH, HbA1c, Cortisol will be collected from each subject
Participants will be excluded from this research study if they:
- Are taking medications that include antidepressants, anxiolytics, anticonvulsants, antipsychotics, antiparkinson, hypnotics, stimulants, and/or antihistamines.
- Have a diagnosed neurologic or psychiatric condition.
- Have a history of seizure disorder.
- Are currently pregnant.
- Have known hearing loss.
- Have an alcohol or substance abuse problem as determined by the screening we will do.
Volunteers will be asked to perform tasks such as:
- Be at rest and listen to the Vedic sounds
- Focus on the flame
Data Collection and Method:
We will be collecting Blood and Saliva Samples before and after the Homas. And EEG brain monitoring during the Homa. An electroencephalogram (EEG) is a test that measures and records the electrical activity of the brain. Special sensors (electrodes) attached to the electrodes on the head are connected to a computer. The computer records brain's electrical activity on the screen or on paper as wavy lines.