Tag Archives: mind

Experts.

As an example: The Pope makes a pronouncement or states something important and so-called experts state, “I think he means . . .” or “He means . . . “ without having access to him or his mind. The opinion … Continue reading

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Robotic intelligence.

This simply means the transference of information possessed by humans to a computer in, or controlling, a robot. However, human intelligence includes levels – sub conscious and superconscious – out of reach of the mind. Hence, the  information transferred to … Continue reading

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A royal baby.

What is the difference between a baby born to royalty and any other baby? Nothing except people – those caught in an emotional vortex. ☺

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Fear and reason.

Fear dispels reason and, used properly, reason dispels fear. ☺

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Mind readers.

After some incident or series of incidents it is surprising how many people, including “experts”, seem to know exactly what went on in the minds of those involved in the incident or series of incidents. ☺

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Mind and memory.

One’s memory is a picture bank exclusively and when we recall something we recall a picture of that something or one containing it. If there is an emotion connected to that picture we may feel that emotion but without the … Continue reading

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What is the mind?

What is the mind is a question I have asked, over the years, of many people including a professor of English, a bookshop owner, doctors of medicine as well as other scientifically qualified people and have received no answer, not … Continue reading

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