All of us embody within and outside of us certain – covert, or overt – unresolved emotions.
We all go through life like waves over matter, or a slow, measured groundswell — a form of precise, or inventive, transformation. This is a part of our time and space continuum, no less.
Everything that we comprehend is qualified by our consciousness — a sublime process that belongs to our knowing, understanding, or feelings.
It is rightly said that wisdom is not merely dependent upon information but also knowledge, although it is limited in one’s perimeter of thought.
Most people who are familiar with the sublime practice of transcendental meditation (TM) technique – which is akin to the inner relaxation of the mind, or silent wakefulness – know its import, not
Thinking,” as philo-sopher Plato said, “is the talking of the soul with itself.” He fervently endorsed the idea that our lives go awry, for the most part, primarily because we virtually never give
Plato was the first philosopher to resolve, or settle, a dualistic premise – the body-soul construct in ancient thought.
Whatever we do, or think, is experienced by our conscious awareness – through its own ‘bespoke’ breadth of knowing, as also reality.
The self, in its essence, personifies the human dialect, idiom, or constituent. It makes us what we are.
The philosopher Herodotus exemplified a timeless maxim in the best manner possible, “We are not disturbed by things, but by our opinion of things.” Well, the most commonplace, also predictable, fac