Task-fMRI Group and Functional Connectivity Analysis of the Brain During Faradarmani Consciousness Field Connection

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Mohammad Ali Taheri
Sara Torabi
Noushin Nabavi
Fatemeh Modarresi-Asem
Majid Abbasi Sisara
Parisa Maftoun
Farid Semsarha

Keywords

Faradarmani Consciousness Field; Taheri Consciousness Fields; functional connectivity; task fMRI

Abstract

Taheri Consciousness (T-Consciousness) was introduced and defined by Mohammad Ali Taheri as one of the constituent components of the Cosmos in addition to matter and energy, from which Taheri Consciousness Fields (TCFs) are derived. TCFs are not matter or energy, but they can be proven by scientific experiments. The effect of Faradarmani CF, as one TCFs, was examined in this study. Faradarmangar is a certified and trained individual who has been entrusted with the TCFs. Task fMRI has played a critical role in recognizing the specific functions of the different regions of the human brain during various cognitive activities. This study aimed to investigate the group analysis and functional connectivity in the Faradarmangars’ brains during Faradarmani CF (FCF) connection. Using task functional MRI (task-fMRI), we attempted the identification of different activated and deactivated brain regions during the TCFs connection. Clusters that showed significant differences in peak intensity between the task and rest groups were selected as seeds for seed-voxel analysis. Connectivity of group differences in functional connectivity analysis was determined following each activation and deactivation network. In this study, we report the fMRI-based representation of the FCF connection at the human brain level. The group analysis of the FCF connection task revealed activation of the frontal lobe (BA6/BA10/BA11). Moreover, seed-based functional connectivity analysis showed decreased connectivity within activated clusters and posterior Cingulate Gyrus (BA31). Moreover, we observed increased connectivity within deactivated clusters and the frontal lobe (BA11/BA47) during the FCF connection. Activation clusters, as well as the increased and decreased connectivity between different regions of the brain during the FCF connection, firstly, validates the significant effect of FCF and, secondly, indicates a distinctive pattern of connection with this non material and non-energetic field in the brain.

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