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  • Bhikkhu Samahita
    Friends: The Non-Local Stilled Meditating Mind is Omniscient: The Meditating Mind is like a turned on computer where the keyboard is untouched & there is no
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      Friends:

      The Non-Local Stilled Meditating Mind is Omniscient:

      The Meditating Mind is like a turned on computer where the keyboard is untouched
      & there is no reading of inputs neither from CD, Floppy drive, network, or any other source.
      No background tasks are running. Such computer update its state with according to the speed
      of its processor e.g. ~ 1 GHz. So it is very ready! even though no job is active. Same with the
      meditating mind it is ultra aware though ideally empty of objects & processes. Equanimity <http://what-buddha-said.net/drops/III/Equanimity_Upekkha.htm> may
      be likened to a computer, where whatever button is pressed on the keyboard, whatever CD or
      floppy is inserted in their drives, whatever information is downloaded from the net, local or
      global there will be absolute no reaction on the screen! It is though not a ‘frozen’ but open state!
      Still the stream of discrete subconscious states (Bhavanga=mind moments) are running on, yet
      void of any object. This very basic stream of underlying naked consciousness may be likened to
      the electrical current in the computer. The current is 'inside' the computer and makes it work,
      but is not a product of the computer. Consciousness is 'inside' the brain and makes it work, but
      is not a product of the brain as assumed !!!! Electricity is 'global' as it is the same current that
      are all-over the same town. This current is shifting phase continuously (50 Hz). Consciousness is
      also 'global' as it can be trained to perceive all events in a universe whether present, past or future.
      That phenomenon is called 'Omniscience'. However the mind is much faster than any computer as it
      change & update states 17 times more quickly than any state of matter a computer possibly ever
      can be made of. Basically this may very well be the bottom cause, why mind stands over & dominates
      matter & not the other way around as assumed in our present times of naive materialistic beliefs.
      The intentionally choosing & determining mind directly creates, produces and manifests the world
      that will appear among many closely related potential or probable paired mental & material states…
      So far does also contemporary orthodox quantum-mechanics agree…
      Mind creates materiality by intending!



      The Blessed Buddha once said:

      ORIGIN
      Intention always comes first
      Intention is of all states the primer
      By intention are all things initiated
      By thought of mind are all phenomena formed
      Dhammapada <http://what-buddha-said.net/Canon/Sutta/KN/Dhammapada.htm> 1
      http://What-Buddha-Said.net/Canon/Sutta/KN/Dhammapada.htm



      For contemporary orthodox quantum-mechanics and mind:
      Mindful Universe: Quantum Mechanics and the Participating Observer by Henry <http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/search-handle-url/002-8690434-3852866?%5Fencoding=UTF8&search-type=ss&index=books&field-author=Henry%20P.%20Stapp> P. Stapp
      http://www.amazon.com/Mindful-Universe-Mechanics-Participating-Collection/dp/3540724133/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8 <http://www.amazon.com/Mindful-Universe-Mechanics-Participating-Collection/dp/3540724133/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1199188748&sr=8-1> &s=books&qid=1199188748&sr=8-1

      More on Imperturbable Equanimity (Upekkhā):
      http://What-Buddha-Said.net/drops/III/Equanimity_Upekkha.htm

      May U have a Happy New Year with much mental Progress!



      -ooOoo-



      Sincerely yours, : - ]


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