Tag Archives: Philosophy of Mind

Pondering: What about superficiality? Attitude and personal example.

It is no longer needed to write a post about the fact that, in the last few years, superficiality is climbing, diffused in the social tissue; superficial contents, often driven by ignorance, circulating with increasing frequency everywhere: yes, in the … Continue reading

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Self-Observation and Compassion

The practice of Self-Observation such as all the other related activities in a Spiritual Path, should be always considered as means, not goals. Self -Observation is not the goal but the mean through which to obtain the answer to the … Continue reading

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Identification: “Instructions for Use” (The Buffers)

Here’s another thorn in the flesh for every “seeker of truth”, and also for every human being. It’s a limit to our weak consciousness: the buffers, psychological dumpers. Many texts have copious pages on this topic, but… what are these … Continue reading

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An in-depth about the need to be relaxed #2: the foundation

The foundation of an efficient inner work is the capacity of producing a balance in our psychophysical structure. Efforts, intended as intentional actions which constantly increase cannot be sustained without a balance in ourselves; indeed, how could we increase or … Continue reading

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Training Self- Observation During a Conversation

In order to train ourselves for self-observation while we are in someone’s company, a good starting point would be to exercise ourselves when we watch television. We have to follow the speech of some program, and at the same time, … Continue reading

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Failed Awakening: What have we Missed?

Many times in more topics on Facebook and in some here, on this Blog page, I marked the statement that, for those whose aim is to “awaken” to a higher level of consciousness and a different level of being, wish … Continue reading

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Perceptional Experiences: Time Expansion

I suppose that it’s a common experience to have grabbed an object while falling before it touched the ground. A reflex, a very interesting dynamic to observe even if generally it can be observed “a posteriori” (in retrospect), namely trough … Continue reading

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The Morning Awakening

Morning Awakening shouldn’t be just a habit. Waking is a symbolic event, and it represents the awakening of consciousness, so we should waking up with an unique thought in our mind: “I Wish to be”. This is a possibility who … Continue reading

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Discerning the False Personality from our True Self

Subhuti was Buddha’s disciple.  He was able to understand the potency of emptiness, the viewpoint that nothing exists except in its relationship of subjectivity and objectivity. One day, Subhuti, in a mood of sublime emptiness, was sitting under a tree.  … Continue reading

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NOSCE TE IPSUM (Some G.I. Gurdjieff Quotes)

“From my point of view, he can be called a remarkable man who stands out from those around him by the resourcefulness of his mind, and who knows how to be restrained in the manifestations which proceed from his nature, … Continue reading

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