Post title: Self as a Function of the Senses
(Jun 23 2013 at 01:55 PM)
Today I found an interesting article by Olaf Blanke and Christine Mohr about OBE (out-of-body), heautoscopic (seeing one's own body at a distance), and autoscopic (sees one's own body as though from outside of one's body phenomena. Here are some excerpts:
"The self is experienced as distinct from other human conspecifics and may be desc
Post title: "Non-Thinking" (comment on Nyoho Zen)
(Jun 13 2013 at 10:14 AM)
My article "Letting Go in Action", which I recommended to Koun above, I think resolves the language paradox. I'll summarize: 1) the practice in the Pali Canon Suttas concerns the relinquishment of volitive activity; 2) the singularity of mind mentioned in the induction of the states of meditation or the state of concentration (which states or state are mentioned throughout the Canon) is simultaneous with the induction of a state between waking and sleeping in which volition ceases in action of t
Post title: The State of Mind Where Here is Moving (Reply on Brad's Blog)
(Jun 12 2013 at 05:31 PM)
Yes, you are right, I'm talking about a physical experience of the location of awareness. Right in front of your nose, no wait it's in your hand, back in your chest, where is it. Close your eyes, where is here- can you keep breathing without here shifting? Where was here when you came out of the trance of your thought- maybe in your head, maybe not.
Ok, I'm talking about the juxtaposition of the sense of equalibrium with the sense of proprioception and the sense of gravity. As in, here.
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