The Mind And The Way

Author: Sumedho
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0861710819
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What would life be like if each one of us chose compassion over anger, loving-kindness over hatred, awareness over ignorance? The Mind and the Way demonstrates a radically simple approach to life, one in which we are able to awaken to our true loving nature and delight in the mystery and wonder of the world. With warmth and a wonderful sense of humor, Ajahn Sumedho draws on the experiences of ordinary life to convey Buddhist insights that for 2,500 years have continued to remain vital and pertinent to our lives.

The Mind And The Brain

Author: J.H. Ornstein
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401028435
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2 no predictions or experimental findings based on the Identity Theory differ from those based on mind-brain Parallelism or Epiphenomenal ism, i.e., Dualism in general. The Identity Theory, therefore, must stand or fall on its reputed conceptual advantages over Dualism. Then the conceptual issues at stake in the mind-brain problem are discussed. The kernel of truth present in the Identity Theory is shown to be obscured by all the talk about reducing sensations to neural processes. An attempt is made to characterize pain adequately as a pattern or complex of bodily processes. This view is then reconciled with the asymmetry in the way one is aware of one's own pains and the way in which others are. This asymmetry constitutes an epistemological dualism which no philosophical theory or scientific experiment could alter. The sense in which experiences are both mental and physical is thus elucidated. A Multi-Aspect Theory of the mind is presented and defended. Five aspects of pain are discussed in some detail: experiential, neural, bodily, behavioral and verbal. Having a mind characteristically involves having all of these features except the bodily (i.e., a physical irregularity). Thus having a mind characteristically entails having experiences and a healthy, functioning brain. It also involves being able to act and speak reasonably intelligently.

The Brain The Mind And The Self

Author: Arnold Goldberg
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317657969
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Psychoanalysis enjoyed an enormous popularity at one time, but has recently fallen out of favor as new psychiatric medications have dominated the treatment of mental illness and a new interest in the brain and neuroscience begins to dominate the theory as to the cause and cure of mental illness. How do we distinguish between the brain, the mind and the self? In his new book, Arnold Goldberg approaches this question from a psychoanalytic perspective, and examines how recent research findings can shed light on it. He repositions psychoanalysis as an interpretive science that is a different activity to most other sciences that are considered empirical. Giving clear coverage of the various psychoanalytic models of the mind and the self, Goldberg examines how these theories fare against neuroscientific evidence, and what implications these have for psychoanalytic clinical practice. The Brain, the Mind and the Self: A psychoanalytic road map sets up evidence-based, robust psychoanalytic theory and practice that will give psychoanalysts, social workers and practicing psychologists a valuable insight into the future of psychoanalysis. Arnold Goldberg, M.D. was born and raised in Chicago and trained at the University of Illinois, Michael Reese Hospital and the Institute for Psychoanalysis in Chicago. He is recently retired from the Cynthia Oudejans Harris MD chair, and Professor of Psychiatry at Rush Medical Center.

The Mind And Self Reflection A New Way To Read With Your Mind

Author: Ron W. Rathbun
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ISBN: 9780984160815
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Have you ever done something and wonder why you did it? Are you able to stop the relentless chatter in your head? Do you learn from information that is already available, or see things from your own understanding? You have heard that being in mind is good, but has anyone been able to show you the way? If you want to start feeling your life, instead of just walking through it, you must learn to access your mind. If you want to stop the chatter in your brain, and live from your heart, you must learn to move into mind. If you want to discover your life, you must understand it from your mind. This book offers a way to teach yourself to move from your brain to mind. As you read the quotes in this book you will find yourself transitioning from the thinking of brain to the mental feeling of mind. Once you understand this difference, you will be able to move into mind on your own. If you practice this new way of understanding your mind, it will change the way you learn about your life and how you feel about yourself in a profoundly beautiful way.

The Mind And Its World

Author: Gregory McCulloch
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134827865
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First published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

10 Ways To Enhance Your Mind And Become More Efficient

Author: Michael Robinson
Editor: Booktango
ISBN: 1468936964
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This book will teach you 10 effective methods to tap into your subconscious and bask in its limitless possibilities. The aim of this ebook is to push the boundaries of conventional methods of cognitive function and allow the reader to be at one with their mind and have access to all of their memories not just the immediate ones.

The Mind And Its Depths

Author: Richard Wollheim
Editor: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674576124
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This book brings together Wollheim's broad and abiding concerns to illuminate human thought at its furthest reaches of introspection and expression. Interweaving philosophy, psychoanalysis, and aesthetics, these essays reveal the critical connections between ideas and disciplines too often regarded as separate and distinct.

Yoga For Beginners Simple Yoga Poses To Calm Your Mind And Strengthen Your Body

Author: Cory Martin
Editor: Callisto Media Inc.
ISBN: 1623156475
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Stalkers Of The Mind

Author: David C. Rodway
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1493147145
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The concepts developed in Stalker of the Mind came out of a series of talks given in Canada. Conversations, not counselling are the hallmarks of these encounters. Instead of the church leader being god which should never be the case anyway, the spirit of these conversations enabled these moments to be life changing by translating them into very personal answers. So many of us have problems in the mind and emotions yes, we do not want these less than good attitudes and life warping reflexes, but for change to start we must admit the frustrations, failures and unfulfilled expectations in our life changing. Why this battle in the thought life? Why is it so negative, and even ugly? How are good thoughts perpetuated? How do we rein in wrong thinking? Is it possible to control our mind? And so this series reveals the enemy, and advances answers from the Bible. Solutions for completely healthy, non-medicated mental well-being!

Soul Sword The Way And Mind Of A Zen Warrior

Author: Vernon Kitabu Turner
Editor: Duncan Baird Publishers
ISBN: 1780281943
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This book is about conquering fear. Roshi Kitabu (writing as Vernon Kitabu Turner) knows from personal experience how to overcome fear. As a child, he cowered before neighbourhood bullies until finally he was driven to find his courage because he had to defend his brother. From that point he resolved to help anyone in need, and began to study martial arts. As a result of an extraordinary act of synchronicity, he met a Japanese Zen master, and shortly afterwards experienced an epiphany (satori), by which he understood that it is the soul that controls the body: 'in a blaze of light, I immediately understood the secret of self-defense from the inside out.' With virtually no training in the martial arts, he became a master - and after a sensational 'trial by combat' he was made a 'black belt'. Roshi Kitabu shares his secret - and explains that this power exists in everyone. He shows the steps that must be taken to cultivate the Warrior Mind - involving a direct flow from the Soul (your inherent spiritual power) into action. 'Before you can begin to control a possible assailant, you must take control of your thoughts. A warrior must believe in his ability to win.' This has become a truism for all serious practitioners of martial arts - but its message applies equally to all the obstacles that one encounters in life: truly the soul houses the sword. Through diligent practice, we can sharpen ourselves to a razor's edge and learn to cut though any obstacle as it arises.