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  • Seat Of Action For The Subconscious Mind
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    This book report will be a little unorthodox for me - not because of the book, but because I am not taking the time to write as I usually would if I have more time and resources at my disposal. I am hopeful that it will not be too low below my normal standards. The exercise of thinking and growing rich is not a process f making enough money to pay your bills or buy a nice car. It's a process of becoming wildly rich where money flows in abundance. The story of Edwin Barnes' quest to go into busin...
  • Your Once Red And Green Thoughts
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    Thoughts of trouble turn to rubble. Eyes closed. Mind free. Confusion is embraced by our dreams. Eyes closed. Mind free. When the mouth is silenced you can see much more. Eyes closed. Mind free. Life is not just a roll of the dice or a conscience decision. Eyes closed. Mind free. The spontaneous thoughts of the unconsence personality result in one's unique world. Eyes closed. Mind free. Every thought begins with a idea; think of an idea and many thoughts will follow. Eyes closed. Mind free. The ...
  • E S P Symbols
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    ESP E. 's. p. or Extrasensory perception sometimes called the sixth sense it is acquiring information without use of the five senses. Other names of e. 's. p. in the 19th century were crypt esthesia then rel esthesia and then clairvoyance or " seeing the distance". It can provide someone with information on the past, present, or future. Although no clear evidence exists e. 's. p. has still attracted a lot of attention over the centuries. E. 's. p. was though to have gone back to biblical times h...
  • Mind Body Dualism Problem
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    Philosophers Ever since Descartes said, "I think therefor I am" philosophers have been plagued by the problem of what it means to think and what or who is this 'I'. The problem is how does the mind work, is the mind something tangible or intangible. Or, as a great philosopher put it "What is mind, doesn't matter. What is matter, never mind". This problem of where thought takes place and what the mind is. This is called mind-body dualism, which states: that mental states and brain states are one ...
  • First Time Slush
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    The First Time Slush, Slush, Slush, 'A !' 'Well, there goes another graceful one,' Looked admirably down the slope, 'How do they do that?' 'With lots of practice? !' Veronica replied sarcastically. 'No kidding!' I gave her a look. Then with a unsure voice I said, 'I'm going to try it myself, wish me luck. ' 'Break a leg? !' 'Ha, Ha, very funny. ' Slowly, I crabbed walked up the slope. Shaking all over, I was afraid to look down. Yet, I still had the courage to stagger myself to the top. Feeling ...
  • Concepts Of Language And Thought
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    Language came after Thought In order to be able to prove the statement 'Language came after thought', the words 'language' and 'thought' first will have to be defined. Language could be described as a system for formulating and communicating information, thoughts and feelings. There is, however, not one adequate definition of thinking, since most definitions do not cover all aspects of thought. It could be defined as a mental activity, but also as the way one's mind perceives one's senses. Havin...
  • Hobbes Thoughts About The Mind And Body
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    The question I chose to answer was number 3. Contrast Descartes thoughts of the mind against Hobbes thoughts. The paper will consist of the strengths and weaknesses of Cartesian Dualism. Cartesian Dualism claims the independent existence of a non-physical realm and a physical realm. Descartes believed in a nonphysical soul inhabiting and using expression in a mechanically operated body. He knew that the reality of the body needed no proof, but the reality of the soul did. He believed that there ...
  • Ones Thoughts
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    Delve into a world constructed from images and thoughts streaming along at the speed of light. Watch them flow as they for buildings, people, animals and objects. Streaming along at the speed of light, one can only catch glimpses of what is truly concealed within by the river. As it travels through the mind, it touches everything. Forming, altering, defining, nothing is truly what it seems or what we interpret it to be. Hidden within the stream lies powers that are truly incomprehensible to the ...
  • Free Your Mind Free Your Life
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    Free Your Mind - Free Your Life. Escape entrapment by developing: thought emotion, and communication. Clear out your mental garbage and Develop new ways of thinking. Avoid being overwhelmed - by your emotions or by another's. Be in control of your feelings and be in control your life. Renew your mind and renew your existence. We are trapped within our minds within our universes. Like the maker of the computer who becomes controlled by his creation, we as spiritual beings have become entrapped wi...
  • Bipolar Disorder
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    Dear Diary, My moods have been so unpredictable over the past days. One moment I have been HIGH and the next LOW and sometimes experiencing HIGHS and LOWS at the same time. There seems to be no end to this endless cycle of emotion. I can't seem to do anything productive, only survive for this moment. I have so much to do, so many things to achieve, so many GREAT ideas that I want to put into action, but my thoughts flash through my mind so fast I can't grasp a thought without the next crashing t...
  • Thoughts Of Many Other Objects
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    DISCOURSE ON THE METHOD OF RIGHTLY CONDUCTING THE REASON, AND SEEKING TRUTH IN THE SCIENCES PREFATORY NOTE BY THE AUTHOR If this Discourse appear too long to be read at once, it may be divided into six Parts: and, in the first, will be found various considerations touching the Sciences; in the second, the principal rules of the Method which the Author has discovered, in the third, certain of the rules of Morals which he has deduced from this Method; in the fourth, the reasonings by which he esta...
  • Impressions Within The Mind
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    David Hume attempted to study human nature by using the laws of physical science. He also set out to find an absolute truth by using scientific reasoning. In his search for an absolute truth he discovered an immense difference among opposing opinions on nearly every subject confronted by man. Each of these opinions has an equal truth-value and there is really no way of justifying any one over the other because the truth is different for each individual. The sequence of events that each person ha...
  • High State Of Mind
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    Ayn Rand view of selfishness and her philosophy of Objectivism with the Buddhist ethics of altruism do not mix well. Rand thoughts that altruism was harmful to people as a society because the desires to help yourself is evil. on the other hand for the Buddhist philosophy argued by Gunapala Dharma sari preaches the idea of karma and Ah isma which says not to harm anything even the smallest creatures. Rand's ideas and the Buddhist ideas on altruism conflict with each other and parts are argued whi...
  • Their Earthly Intent Evil
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    "The Male God of I Am" I have a mind, energy, senses, and think; so therefore I am Just one of the two earthly genders, as a male; human man. The gift of a mind to learn, understand and a right to chose To believe, accept and more important; the sole right. to refuse. Our mind is conditioned by the environment, time and its habitat A lifetime of questions, thought and answers finally to give back. The mind is affected by corruption conflict and also confusion Years of denial, suppression and una...
  • Fictional Play
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    I was sitting at my desk in my candle-lit room, a gentle breeze made the candle flicker and a chill ran down my spine. I remember having a strange feeling, as if there was another spirit present, it is hard to explain, but it was nothing like I had ever felt before. The breeze was making me shiver and it was getting colder as time passed, I picked up my lantern and walked across to the window and pulled it to, but still left it slightly ajar, I liked the feel of the air, but today it did not fee...
  • Perceptive Abilities Versus The Bodies Senses
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    The significance of Descartes use of the hat & coat example (pp. 465 para. 2) was he need to show that perceptual judgments aren't made by the senses, but in fact, they " re made by the mind, or intellect. He wanted to disprove bodies' dependence on the senses, and present a new argument for the intellect's ability in making judgments based on senses. So, perception, according to Descartes, is an intellectual action and it entails the mind making certain decisions that go beyond what is perceive...

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