Monthly Archives: April 2009

Gut Feelings

I’m reading a book called ‘Gut Feelings’ at the moment. An enjoyable read by Gerd Gigerenzer. I find it interesting that in my first couple of chapters there is no mention of the body. There is lots of mention of … Continue reading Continue reading

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Senses Portals for the MInd

In the classical summary of the processes which make up a human, the Buddha didn’t include the six senses in the first ‘aggregate’, the body. The later Theravadans made the senses more physical than they were in the early suttas, … Continue reading Continue reading

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