Re: My two initial questions about meditation/bobby G
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> Hello bobby G ~
> > > I believe physically that thoughts appear because of the
> > > presence of beta brainwaves and are not volitional.
> > You assert that thought is not volitional. What do you see as
> > being volitional?
> The idea of volition is common enough. Saying thoughts are not
> volitional does not imply I think anything IS volitional, does
> No, it doesn't. I was inquiring, snooping.
> My investigations have led to a similar conclusion: thought is not
> I wonder if anything is? Or perhaps things...just happen!
snooping is fine with me.
Will is much spoken about.
I believe illusions are the fly in the ointment.
an illusion can be a factor and is, in many of life's events.
So, the illusion of "I" is a factor in how I act. What thought
chains occur are in large part due to the character of this
That illusion of me can change in any direction at any time. It
changes because of an automatic function, but those changes are
influenced by the illusory self image. When the self image does not
contain contradictory beliefs, and ceases to make errors of
discrimination the changes are beneficial and vice versa.
So can we influence our thoughts, do we have a say in what we think?
We cannot not influence our thoughts. But each thought is unbidden in
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