My son heard me practice my talk and asked me yesterday how my understanding of healing has changed since I was his age. I thought about it and responded that I wasn't thinking about "healing" at age 6. I was simply having fun. It was only later, around the end of elementary school and into middle school, that I started thinking about healing.
There is no stopping the breakneck speed at which AI and technology are advancing. The big question is How can we harness it best? The answer is a new mandate: We must evolve along with AI and technology.
What is meditation? What are the benefits of meditations? What are the 3 stages of meditation? This post answers these three questions, and goes on to tell you what few other people talk about.
We seem to inhabit a split world, where reality is brain-based and mind-based at the same time. This intimate, bidirectional relationship between mind and brain hints at a deeper possibility: The duality of mind and brain may be mere appearance.
In many fields, such as medicine, psychology, and neuroscience, there’s a serious problem with the difference between subjective and objective reality. Until this problem is solved, the two realities will never really mesh.
"You're not who you think you are," the detective said. His warm eyes and lush eyebrows made him seem more friend than stranger.
Maggie rolled her eyes. "I do know who I am. I'm Maggie." She paused for a moment. "Are you saying I was kidnapped? That there's some period of my life I can't remember?"
"I wouldn't put it quite that way, but you're not that far off," came the reply.