Neurotheology studies the relationship between the brain and religious or spiritual experiences. Investigate how neural processes and brain activity are involved in religious or mystical encounters, beliefs and practices. Neurotheologians use a variety of scientific techniques, such as brain imaging and neurophysiology, to study the neural correlates of religious experience, prayer, meditation, and religious belief systems. This subject aims to understand the neurological underpinnings of spirituality and to explore possible relationships between brain functions and religious or transcendental phenomena. However, neurotheology does not aim to confirm or invalidate religious beliefs, but rather to provide insight into the neural processes that may underlie spiritual experiences.