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Recovering from Religion by Sarah Rocksdale https://youtu.be/z-dTWFnR1MM
Get God's Self-Appointed Messengers Out of Your Head - by Valerie Tarico, Psychologist "God's Self-Appointed Messengers" were not gods and they are not you. So how can you get them out of your head or at least reduce them to muffled background noise? https://youtu.be/ElfyYA420F0
Why We Believe - Ever wonder how religious beliefs take hold? Science is discovering how religion & other supernatural beliefs hijack our brain’s natural processes to get us to believe impossible things.
Why We Believe In Gods https://youtu.be/1iMmvu9eMrg
The Science of Religious Belief https://youtu.be/uMmzQ7fi-9w
What Actually Is a Belief? And Why Is It So Hard to Change? https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/
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