Ven: The same is true for our “self” or “I”. Recall a time when you were very angry. how did the “I” appear then? It seemed very solid- as if there was a real me that someone was insulting. That “I” felt real, as if it were independent, somewhere inside our body and mind. We… Continue reading WHERE IS THE SELF?
“The body is always in time, the spirit is always timeless and the psyche is an amphibious creature, compelled by the laws of man’s being associated itself to some extent with its body, but capable, if it so desires, of experiencing and identifying itself with its spirit.” -A. Huxley