Cognitive science backs up the ancient Indian philosophy that we’re conscious even in deep sleep — Quartz

Deep, dreamless sleep is often described as unconsciousness: We don’t see distinct objects or have linear and memorable trains of thought, as we do in daily life or while dreaming. But in a meta-analysis published last month in Trends in Cognitive Sciences, cognitive science experts argue that there is no clear line of consciousness between…

via Cognitive science backs up the ancient Indian philosophy that we’re conscious even in deep sleep — Quartz

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