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A Scientific Study of Spirituality as the Foundation of Consciousness & the Core Component of Mental Health & a Meaningful Life

Spencer M. Robinson


Using Judaism as an explanatory model, this study demonstrates how consciousness is a construction of spirituality, spirituality forming the very foundation of our evolutionarily defined core behavior. This core behavior is integral to mental health while simultaneously susceptible to suppression and even distortion by socioenvironmental pressure. In this study, a neuropsychologist introduces the neuroscience-informed modality of Cognitive Neuroeducation (CNE) for the prevention of and recovery from mental disorder through the renewal of core human behavior, exploring the spiritual qualities embodied within mental health and well-being, tightly coupling spirituality and science toward understanding how we define and achieve a whole, self-actualized, meaningful life.


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ISSN: 2153-8212