Friday, July 22, 2005

Featured Exquisite Mind webpage: mind

Mind, in the sense that it is used here, means the totality of our experience of awareness and includes both the intellect (thinking) and the heart (feeling). Becoming familiar with the various aspects of the mind is an important part of developing the Exquisite Mind. This section is organized in six sections, each with a number of pages providing an overview of the different aspects of experience that come into play with practice. Most of what we know as mind is storytelling, and this important facet is discussed in the layers section. There was a funny Matt Groenig cartoon that I saw in graduate school. Bart Simpson asks Homer, "Hey, Dad, what is mind?" Homer replies, "no matter." Bart queries again, "What is matter?" Homer waxes philosophic, "never mind." Read more ...

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