We should suspect that this is possible to a limited degree for many functions, yes. There is little or no direct research in this matter however, just anecdotal case material. Further, the actual changes in the brain itself can be questioned. That is, do the holographic images of such functions already exist? - probably. Or, are new neurons created or new brain mappings created? - this is less likely...but I suppose still possible to some degree as long as one can learn. If holographic images that pre-exit are "simply" [on not so simply!] being heightened then we might expect the ability of wide-spread brain functions to be recreate of simulated with sufficient work. The use of hypnosis would indeed be a good tool to increase concentration, absorption, and intent of focus for such work. Perhaps Dr. Zeig would also care to resond with his perspective, too.
Perhaps Dr. Zeig would also care to resond with his perspective, too.
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