Mind & Understanding

Truth is a Pathless Land

My interest in Krishnamurti began in 1986 when I learned of his death. The most quoted paragraph of this Indian […]

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Reality and Fantasy

Years ago a friend, let’s call him Pedro, an amateur magician who really enjoyed his own shows, told me something […]

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Absolutism and Groupthink

The propensity towards corruption of undisputed authority and the tendency to dysfunctional decisions of very cohesive groups are facts recognized […]

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Mindfulness and Hearing Voices

Mindfulness is the permanent and impartial attention to our body, our sensations and our mental states. The habit of mindfulness, […]

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Fanaticism and Equanimity

​Last June the Government of Libya announced that Mokhtar Belmokhtar, founder of the Islamist group Al-Mourabitoun and brain of the […]

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Anxiety, Stress and Suffering

​Redundant is what is in excess; essential is that which is non-discretionary. There is no sharp line between essential and […]

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Reprogramming versus deprogramming

Reprogramming is the restructuring of our daily living (job, belongings, relationships, hobbies…) in search of personal fulfillment. What a great […]

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​​ The Pointer of the Road

Many admirers of the Buddha, because of his understanding of human nature, have compared him to a physician who diagnoses […]

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Can Machines Think?

​​​​​​Alan M. Turing (1912-1952) Alan Turing –mathematician, cryptographer, philosopher, master of logic– is considered the father of artificial intelligence (the […]

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Are we Rational or Intuitive?

Reason is the power of mind to think logically. Intuition is the ability to reach knowledge without going through reasoning. […]

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