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    Title: F-VEP and Alpha-suppressed EEG Physiological Evidence of Inner-Light Perception during Zen Meditation
    Authors: Kang-Ming Chang;Pei-Chen Lo
    Keywords: electroencephalograph (EEG);flash visual evoked potential (F-VEP);Zen meditation;alpha-suppressed EEG;inner light;wavelet analysis
    Date: 2006-02
    Issue Date: 2010-05-12 09:12:14 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: This paper firstly reports the visual response to the inner light (a form of qi) and the outside
    stimulus during Zen meditation. It has been reported literally that inner light perception is the
    common experience for prayers or Zen-meditation practitioners. In this paper, we propose a method
    to quantify the EEG (electroencephalograph) and F-VEP (flash visual evoked potential) that
    characterize this experience.
    Based on wavelet analysis, we derived a set of parameters that effectively signify the alphasuppressed
    EEG pattern. Furthermore, this paper presents our new results of analyzing the F-VEP
    data, mainly the peak amplitude. The observation of little variation in amplitude during Zen
    meditation reflects a more stable visual perceptive system during Zen meditation that is contrary to
    the visual response of the control subjects under eye-closed relaxation.
    Relation: Journal of Biomedical Engineering-Applications, Basis & Communications 18: 1-7
    Appears in Collections:[光電與通訊學系] 期刊論文

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