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Thursday, August 15, 2013

An Interview with the Woman Who Drilled a Hole in Her Head to Open Up Her Mind

An Interview with the Woman Who Drilled a Hole in Her Head to Open Up Her Mind | Ghantagiri.com
Trepanation, a procedure where a small hole is drilled into the skull and left to heal naturally, can reportedly produce a prolonged positive effect on the trepanned individual's mood and overall state of well-being.

Amanda Feilding is the director of the Beckley Foundation, an organization that for over a decade has been carrying out research into consciousness. In the early 1970s, Amanda trepanned herself when she couldn't find a doctor to do it for her, and has since become somewhat of an authority on the practice.

Source: An Interview with the Woman Who Drilled a Hole in Her Head to Open Up Her Mind | VICE United States



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