06 September 2016

{M}anifesto: enigmas of {M}


I have copied this {M}anifesto to a new blog: {M} em-art-project.


  1. assuming an external world exists outside of mind. we can say it exists "in a certain way".

    the mind has created the experience of having inadequate sensory inputs etc. i.e. can we assume the envelope is finite?

    conscious, unconscious, same or different":)

    only the decisions and actions which are performed or created that way, there may be other ways

    periphery of consciousness is seen as a map, the map is the landscape of perception which may be limited. maps are limited by the bodies they represent, or perhaps the bodies are constrained by the maps, it may depend on which system is employed

    we can abandon the distinction between consciousnesses if we should so desire

    knowing and/or not knowing true nature or external anything is also mind, is true nature also mind?
    just wondering....

    1. Hi, tipota. Thank you very much for your comment. I apologize for being so late to reply, but I have an excellent excuse: I was in Tibet during all of September & only yesterday started dealing with this blog. I don't understand everything you have written, but am stimulated to read these ideas. I believe that we have to accept that some parts of mind must remain forever unconscious. This is another way of saying that we must accept a certain amount of mystery in our lives. There are things that the mind has to do very quickly-- visual scene analysis, parsing of heard speech, reflexive muscular reactions-- & conscious awareness is just too slow. But I know from personal experience that one can expand one's awareness to encompass what was formerly conscious.