“I predict myself, therefore I am.” — Anil Seth
Centuries ago, when Descartes and La Mettrie were forming their views about the relations between life and the mind, it was not the hard to problem [of consciousness] that was
In the same way that “redness“ is the subjective aspect of brain-based predictions about how some surfaces reflect light, emotions and moods or the subjective aspects of predictions about the
Buddha is not-thinking mind: pure consciousness. But when Shakyamuni Buddha — and myriad buddhas and bodhisattvas — open their mouths to describe reality, if they beamed themself to a 21st-century
I can learn this. I can learn this. That’s all you need to rewire and re-fire.
So true. The tweet today of the prominent Silicon Valley entrepreneur and investor Naval Ravikant. Something he says elsewhere that I have also frequently urged on practitioners: I have done
In fact, parents have far less control over their child’s outcome than they think. This is the consensus of some of the latest research into genetics and its influence on
This is the simple mechanism for why we practice every day. Our humble Zen community here in Regensburg supports that consistency with our free daily live stream of meditation practice