The mind is a terrible thing to make up.
What does “making up one’s mind” mean, anyway? It could mean, making a decision. However, if one has enough information available, and one’s goals are clear, it should be easy. 325 more words
Moksha being obsolete in the One
or in Nothingness, still we emanated 2 mãyã (our universe).
From Nothingness we bursted-out 2 Somethingness (our universe).
From purusha (the One, Brahman, tao or dao, Allah, Yahweh, the holy… 42 more words
in the One or the Absolute in Nothingness,
in complete actionlessness, total awareness & perfected mindfulness,
we changed 2 self-assuredness & experienced evolutionary changes changing us into self-centeredness & egomania, in complete ignorance… 64 more words
You might find useful, according to your own lights, the following excerpt from a book called Science and Nonbelief by Taner Edis. It’s from chapter 2. 205 more words
I’m in a discussion with “The Thinker” concerning the mental, the physical, and causality (among other things). Though a self-described naturalist, The Thinker appears open to the possibility that there is an immaterial mind (he failed to provide an account of how matter can exhibit inherent intentionality). 784 more words