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The Brain and Consciousness

  Understanding certain basic structures and functionality of the human brain is part of the discovery of self. This is to know yourself, self-knowledge. Many of us do not understand what the basic components of the brain are responsible for, how they work and what they give rise to with respect to qualities of our consciousness and ego-personality-identity construct. Understanding […]

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How is the Technological World Affecting Our Brains?

We live in an ever increasing technological world. In the past 50 years things have changed more rapidly for technological development than in the previous 100 years before that. How much has all of this technological development affected our brains and how we live in the modern age? Attention Attention spans are down. That seems to be the case the […]

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Moral Ownership

Do you own your body? Yes. If you said no, you are diseased in “mind” and “heart”. Who owns your body if not you? Do you own other people’s bodies? No. If you said yes, you are diseased in “mind” and “heart”. Who owns one’s body except for the conscious being that operates that animal body for its whole duration […]

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Consciousness and the Cerebral Hemispheres

Our consciousness, as it is manifesting through the faculties of the brain, is the underlying causal factor of what generates our experience by the expressions of our thought, emotion and action. In this sense the external world we contribute to and co-create is truly a reflection of what is going on inside of us as we manifest outwards through our actions. If the physiological component (brain) through which consciousness is able to manifest in this experience is not functioning properly, we don’t engage in much higher order thinking.

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