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LATEST DIALOGUES Does Our Cerebrospinal Fluid Give Us Being? Mauro Zappaterra

Harvard-trained physician Mauro Zappaterra describes the embryonic origins and the extent and function of our cerebrospinal fluid, and shows the remarkable parallels between its anatomy and the descriptions realized by yogis down the ages. He introduces us to the composition of the CSF, which include melatonin and DMT, and asks whether this is the physical feature that allows us to be conscious of our beingness.

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