Very curious about how to set mind on eliciting loving bliss neurophysiology per Stanford's Alia Crum's STEM research on "Mindset"?
Loving bliss can be amazingly great neurophysiology brain-wise, but in terms of context or milieu or socially, I have in mind hippie, caring and pacifist kinds of loving bliss neurophysiology (in part - but what are loving bliss qualities of brain chemistry?).
To think of the world through the lens of individuals' neurophysiologies (especially since we don't have a read on this yet, scientifically, in terms of neuroscience) is fascinating and mind-expanding (especially when one goes beyond the 7 billion humans on the planet today to the 3 species of primates closest genetically to us, for example).
Bliss, for example, which hippies experienced at a Grateful Dead concert in the 1960s or 1970s....
I'd like to set my mind on this and realize it, and help others do the same if they're interested.
Related wiki subjects at WUaS:
( to complement ... Neurobiology ... http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Neurobiology ... )
Sandhill crane: Great talk this morning by Dr. Alia Crum at Stanford Medicine's Grand Rounds - What will an inter-lingual research approach to Mindset show?, "Change your mindset, change the game," To /Psychology & /Research at WUaS, Interlingually?http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2016/11/sandhill-crane-great-talk-this-morning.html
Koala bear: I found Stanford Professor Alia Crum's talk at Ground Rounds yesterday once again inspiring, Mindsets matter relative to body biological processes and she's proving how scientifically - so, placebo effects have measurable benefits, I hope to build on her work and re eliciting loving bliss neurophysiology as well experimentally and re the placebo effect, (Build on her thoracic surgery / morphine and ghrelin approaches, communicating with half of a sample that they'll feel profoundly lovingly blissful, ecstatic and happy, and not communicating with the other half anything, while giving them MDMA; add another group in the Harbin warm pool, and with brain wave headsets, like Tan Le's - seek to measure oxytocins, dopamine, seratonin, endorphins, the neurochemistry of romantic love~heightened levels of four neurotrophins, - i.e. NGF, BDNF, NT-3, and NT-4 http://scottmacleod.com/daltonletter.htm), "Shawn Achor: The happy secret to better work"http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2016/11/koala-bear-i-found-stanford-professor.html