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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.

2018 - (Pre-conference)The Meditating Brain, a Challenge to the Digital Revolution
(Conference)Why is it so difficult to achieve the State of Meditation? A view from Neuroscience

The Meditating Brain, a Challenge to the Digital Revolution.
In a few years the Digital Revolution will change our world completely. It will change our society and also the human brain. Big Data & Algorithms working together will make it possible for mankind to have useful information, faster, with increased accuracy in all different fields of the human life.
Is our brain prepared to receive this huge revolution?
The results of potential abuse are now showing in the younger generation manifesting in attention deficit, poor development of the working memory, less empathy in human relationships. This increasing stress is affecting their health. We could call this process of human deterioration as Digital Dementia.
Psychiatrists and psychologists are alerted to the increase of anxiety, frustration, depression, and suicides in young people. Scans of the brain are showing less activity in areas of the prefrontal lobes, insula, hippocampus, and increasing activity in the amygdala.
How we can counteract this situation? We can practice Meditation - this will improve our attention, memory and overall health. Meditation is known to reverse the signs of stress.
This seminar approaches all of these subjects from the view of the neuroscience and includes meditation practices.  

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