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AACL 2016 Speaker
José FogliaDr José Foglia MD

Dr Foglia grew up and was educated in Punta del Este and in Montevideo where he attended the Deutsche Schule.
He graduated in 1979 as a doctor from the Medical School of Montevideo and specialized in General Surgery and Hemotherapy. He also became interested in acupuncture and other health-related therapies. For 5 years he taught Biology and Pathophysiology at The School of Nursing.
He joined the Theosophical Society in 1978 and became interested in the teaching of Jiddu Krishnamurti who he met on his trips to India. Following these visits he decided to travel to various countries to learn about other cultures and ancient civilizations.
In 1983 he moved to Montpellier in France for 3 years to study General Surgery and related techniques in Hemotherapy. In 1987 he moved to Rome Italy to continue his medical studies at the Catholic University Medical Faculty and subsequently stayed in Europe until 1996.
On returning to Montevideo he dedicated his time to studying the link between the psyche and the body. While at the Faculty of Medicine of Punta del Este he continued his studies graduating in psychoneuroendocrineimmunology in 2012. He published his monograh on 'The Neurophysiology of Meditation'.
From 2002 to 2010 he researched and published a book, 'Homo Lux'. Currently Dr Foglia is working to investigate the human potential and developing a new approach to medicine.

2016 - Self-Awareness versus Meditation

Self-awareness, or the sense of self, is the product of evolutionary and cultural pressures, of our physical environment, and of the other individuals with whom we communicate. The human beings' sense of self has co-evolved with our language- related abilities to engage in abstract, symbolic thinking. A new set of brain structures evolved in the course of hominization in order to transform the outputs of the primary sensory areas into what he calls "metarepresentations". In other words, instead of producing simple sensory representations, the brain began to create "representations of representations" that ultimately made symbolic thought possible, and this enhanced form made sensory information easier to manipulate, in particular for purposes of language. The right hemisphere, because of its involvement in overall body image, is very important for generating this feeling of selfhood. But the left hemisphere, which is the one that specializes in language in the vast majority of people, seems to be just as essential, in its own way, for what we call self-awareness. Can states of consciousness be mapped in the brain? During the meditation state the brain the electrical activity of the brain shift from the left hemisphere to the right hemisphere. The type of EEG waves change; several areas are activated, and an "other brain" starts to create a totally new reality. During this state, many significant biological processes occur, affecting the immune system, endocrine system, and neurological system.

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